Are you looking for a Childproof Tablet and Phone Cases? Our children love to play with our phones and tablets but all too often they turn into projectiles, or just accidentally go falling to the floor. The cost of phones and tablets can be several hundred dollars and even if you have insurance, a replacement device may cost you over $100 and may be refurbished. It is difficult to find the right kid-tested case that isn’t the size of cinder block and still has a fashionable look. The staff at Cleveland Moms Rock put together the list of cases we like and own.
Durable: OtterBox looks to be the hands down winner for anyone who has small children. The Otterbox case can withstand a fall of over 6 feet. But note that it is not waterproof so you will need to make sure your child keeps the phone out of the pool.
OtterBox Defender Series Hybrid Case & Holster for iPhone 4 & 4S – Retail Packaging – Peony Pink/Gunmetal Grey
SPIGEN SGP SGP10492 Tough Armor Case for iPhone 5/5S – Retail Packaging – SF Smooth Black
i-Blason Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Note III N9000 Prime Series Dual Layer Holster Case with Kickstand and Locking Belt Swivel Clip (Black)
Waterproof: If you are going Kayaking or just have a two year old, the best waterproof case is the Lifeproof iPhone case. However Several of the online reviews give this case average reviews because some of the tradeoffs you have to make it waterproof.
Child-friendly: Because tablets are so fragile, we recommend a large case for when your children are using it. We like the Speck Products iGuy Protective Case and i-Blason ArmorBox Kido Series.
Speck Products iGuy Protective Case for iPad 3/4 – Chili Pepper (SPK-A1438)
i-Blason ArmorBox Kido Series Light Weight Super Protection Convertible Stand Cover Case for Apple iPad 2/3/4 (iPad3ArmorBoxKido-Green)
Training Wheels: For kids that are a little older, we liked the OtterBox tablet case.
OtterBox Defender Series Case with Screen Protector and Stand for the 7-Inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 – Black
Honorable mention goes to:
Griffin GB35108 Survivor Extreme-duty Military case for the new iPad (4th Generation), iPad 3 and iPad 2, Black
With iPads being in excess of $450, getting a $20 to $40 case may be the best parenting idea you have had all year.