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OtterBox Defender Series Hybrid Case for iPod touch 4th Generation (Blue/White)

by OtterBox
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Technical Details

  • Fits iPod touch 4G
  • Slim-fit, 3-layer design provides unmatched protection against bumps, shocks and drops
  • Patented thin membrane covers touchscreen, while still allowing full usability
  • Allows user to sync and charge device through case via convenient silicone plate
  • Not intended for protection against water


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  • Media: Electronics
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Description

Amazon.ca Product Description

Got an iPod Touch 4th Generation We have got a case for that The iPod touch 4th Generation Defender Series is a tough and rugged case, ready to handle all of the drops, scratches and dents that come with having a sweet, slim device. Three layers will keep your touch as shiny and new as the day you opened the box! About our Defender Series: An innovative three layer design protects your iPod touch from bumps, drops, scratches and dust while keeping your device fresh as new.

Product Description

OtterBox Defender Case For iPod Touch 4th Generation - Blue/White

The OtterBox Defender Series case for the 4th Generation iPod Touch provides the ideal solution for those looking for just the right amount of protection. With three layers of protection you can rest assured that your iPod will be safe. All features, keys and ports are accessible through the case, providing you with a unique, interactive safeguard.

Compatible With:

  • Apple iPod Touch Gen 4

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5.0 out of 5 stars Best iPod Touch 4G Case Available Aug. 13 2012
By Ken S.
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This case is the best case money can buy for an iPod Touch 4G. I previously used some Belkin case of some sort and while that was good, this is much much better. Let me tell you why. This case has 3 layers of protection, it has a "Box" of hard plastic that goes over the iPod (without too much effort required to snap it into place and is easily removable, not that you would want to remove it), and some sort of rubber/gel layer that goes over top of the plastic (again, without too much effort required). The rubber layer has holes for the front and back camera, microphone, and another hole that I am not sure what it is. It has flaps over the audio jack and the charging jack which is a neat feature and works well. I have not dropped my iPod Touch yet, and with this case I am much less worried about the consequences if I do happen to drop it because of all the extra protection this case provides from drops, as well as scratches/cracks on the screen because of the built-in screen protector. The touch screen with the built-in protector is just as responsive as ever for vertical and horizontal typing, clicking buttons, and playing games which is nice. The device is a bit more bulky with this, but I am okay with this, and the rubber layer adds a very nice textured yet sturdy feel to the device.

Overall, I would recommend this product to any and every iPod Touch 4G owner. It is a MUST buy. Do yourself a favor and get one if you do not already have one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome! May 1 2012
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The otterbox is great! I just ordered one from my friend after I showed him mine. The defender series is really tough and will withstand alot of punishment (but im not suggesting you should throw it against the wall or on the ground thinking it is completely indestructible). The otterbox defender case is a must for the iTouch 4g!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Perfect case for kids! April 26 2012
By Pam
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This case has proven to be just what we were looking for! Within a day of putting the case on the iPod, it dropped on cement and .... all was well! The screen protector is not even noticable, in both appearance and usability.
I would recommend this case for children especially, but also to anyone who wants to surefire protect their investment.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great! Jan. 10 2012
By Amber
The item was shipped quickly and was just what we were looking for to protect our daughter's Ipod she received for Christmas. Thanks:)
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Amazon.com: 4.5 out of 5 stars  1,461 reviews
274 of 288 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great protection, poor for docks Jan. 12 2011
By Eric M. Upchurch - Published on Amazon.com
Just got this case to replace the Belkin Grip Graphix (a nice silicone case), which I liked but doesn't do much of anything for protection.

I loved the Otterbox I got for my wife's Blackberry, which would have been toast by now without its protection, so I decided to give this a try to protect my new iPod. Purchased directly from Otterbox (used 10% off coupon). Extremely fast delivery (2 days).

The Good:
- AWESOME protection. This thing is made to take a beating more than any other case I've seen
- Nice screen cover. Anti-glare, but doesn't have too much sparkling/diffraction effect. Also easy to wipe down. Can't comment on durability yet, but seems good so far. No problems at all using the interface through the screen.
- Buttons are still easy to use (volume requires some force to press, but nothing bad)
- Very good grip - much easier to hold than the plain iPod without a case (though the Belkin I had was also very good in this regard, as are most silicone cases)
- Looks nice, very clean appearance
- The silicone outside fits nice and tightly over the hard inner shell

The Bad:
- Pretty bulky - turns your nifty thin iPod touch into the size of an iPod classic. Still, not too bad for the level of protection it provides
- Raised edges around the screen make it harder to use the interface, especially for some games and trying to type when in vertical/portrait orientation. I even fail to unlock it with the slide gesture fairly often (but then again, I have large fingers)
- Some uncovered parts, including the Apple logo on the back. This is good and bad - probably good for camera quality, but when you take that case off after a while, I imagine you are going to have a nice scratched up circle around the Apple logo =P

The Ugly:
- It pretty much will make your iPod unusable in any dock. I finally got an iPod to use with my Onkyo dock, and now I can't dock it. But, I knew this by the other reviews before I bought it!
- The flaps covering the dock connector and earphone jack are floppy, as mentioned by other reviews. This really is just ugly. In particular, the one for the earphone jack doesn't seat properly into the jack, and pops out a bit which looks goofy and catches my finger when holding it.

Overall, I like the case, but am bummed about the docking issue, and don't care for the floppy covers over the ports. I would give it 4 - 4.5 stars.
100 of 110 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great case with a few annoyances Jan. 4 2011
By Bumblestiltskin - Published on Amazon.com
I had a 2G/3G Defender case on my previous iPod Touch 3G, which is now my wife's since she got me the 4G for xmas. The new 4G case feels pleasantly thinner than the previous model (which felt a bit too chunky), but I hope it has the same level of protection. I've dropped my previous iPod accidentally from counter height onto tile floor and it's been fine in the 2G/3G Defender case, and the new thinness of this case makes me wonder if it would protect as well (not intending to try).

As others have mentioned, the sync port and headphone dock flaps on the bottom are more difficult to get to stay in, and flop out easier, which is frustrating enough to almost give this 4 stars instead of 5, but that would be unfair to other people looking to compare this great case to other lesser cases. The 2G/3G version of this case completely covered the iPod and stayed covered unless you deliberately opened the port flaps. This case has 4 unprotected holes: for both cameras (front and back), for light sensor, and for the speaker (next to the ports). Not sure how I feel about that. Will probably let more dust/dirt in, and the new hard plastic case is much harder to take off than the previous one for cleaning.

On the plus side, the new protective screen exhibits no oilslicking like the old one did (see talcum powder workarounds for that on the old one), but the new one has already picked up a few light fingernail marks from my relatives playing angry birds on it.

The pad for the power button does make it easier to press, but the volume pads require substantially more force.

I've had it now for a bit under a week, and it's still a wonderful case, like the previous gen version, with the above caveats. 4 stars comparatively, 5 stars compared to other cases.

UPDATE: After using it daily for a couple months now, I've dropped this from 5 to 4 stars, as the silicone wrapper keeps slipping, and buckling up a bit on the hard inner case. This combined with the flaps issue, regular dirt accumulation through the holes, and a bit of tactile (not audible) creaking of the plastic case, compel me to 4 star this instead of 5. Don't get me wrong, if I lost it, I'd replace it with another one, and it still protects very well against drops and bumps, but it seems a few needless things were shortcut when designing this.
78 of 85 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Great case if you don't use a dock. Jan. 22 2011
By Derek - Published on Amazon.com
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All of the good things people have said about this case are true. It is simple to install and will protect your iPod Touch from just about anything that might happen during regular use. I, unfortunately, have returned mine because I cannot use the dock on my new TV Panasonic TC-L22X2 22-Inch 720p LCD HDTV with iPod Dock. At first I thought is was because of the floppy port covers (Yes, they don't stay in very well.) on the bottom, but I later noticed that the hard inner case adds about 1/4-1/2 inch on the bottom of the Touch so the dock cannot be fully inserted. It does work great with the dock that comes with the Touch (the one that attached to your computer via USB) but you might be disappointed if you expect to use a stand-up dock.
38 of 40 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent design, with the exception of the silicone port covers, which are acceptable. Jan. 9 2011
By Two kids mom - Published on Amazon.com
I had never used an Otterbox before, but they came highly recommended, so I ordered them sight unseen. I am pleased with my purchase.

For those of you who have never seen one, the case consists of two layers. The first is a two piece hard shell that snaps around the Ipod. Be sure to get it to snap down on all sides. The top has a built in screen protector, I was worried about how this would affect the feel of the Ipod but it does not seem to be an issue for my kids. It does have just a tiny bit more "drag" (the coefficient of sliding friction is a little higher for my fellow geeks) than the glass surface of the Ipod, but they quickly got used to that difference.

The second part is a silicone skin that fits around the hard shell. If the skin does not appear to be fitting correctly then you do not have the hard shell snapped down fully. The two flaps on the bottom fit into the jack and the charging slot, these are the weakest part of the design as far as I am concerned. It takes a little finesse to get them to stay correctly as the silicone "plug" part that fits in needs to be put in at sort of an angle.

The silicone skin actually makes operating the volume and on/off buttons easier, as they stick up more, although slightly more force is needed to operate them. The case defiantly adds a little bulk to the Ipod, but this is not a bad thing as it is much easier to hold. The extra width though, means that a lot of docking products will not work with the case on. You can, however, plug in the charging cable that comes with the Ipod without removing the case.

From a physics point of view the case design makes sense. The silicone cover will increase the time of impact (even doubling the time in fractions of a second will halve the force) when dropped and the hard shell will provide further protection to the edges of the Ipod by breaking before the Ipod edges are impacted. That said, I am not willing to drop it to test it! I wish that Otterbox would conduct drop tests on their products and publish them though.
26 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Mostly an excellent touch-through Ipod Touch 4G case Dec 31 2010
By Sashasam - Published on Amazon.com
I just received this case today. I ordered it directly from Otterbox, as the Amazon vendor did not have it yet. I used a coupon on the web for 10% off and free shipping, so the price was $35.99. Shipping was quick. I am mostly satisfied with the case. My Ipod looks nicer and it is easier to use the on/off button. My only problems with this case are the sync and headphone plugs. Very hard to keep them in. Small price to pay to get a case with a touch-through screen. I find this a better alternative than using Zagg and other screen protectors that require putting glue on the beautiful Ipod glass. I would have considered the touch-thru model that Ivyskin is supposed to be making. But it was promised back in the fall and then in early December, and it is still not out. As it was I had to wait on the Otterbox in order to get this kind of case. I ordered it two hours after the company sent me an email telling me it was available, and shipping was very fast.
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