Check out a review of the Griffin Survivor case in the video above, which also shows you how to install the case.
The Griffin Survivor case is rugged and quite grippable, which makes it ideal for people who take their phone outside, or people who use their phones while running. If you’re accident prone, this is a case that can take repeated impacts with the ground…so “butterfingers” people will definitely enjoy using this iPhone case.
Pros: Handy beltclip Tons of case color combinations Independently tested to meet conditions outlined in US Department of Defense MIL-STD-810 (Withstands drops from six feet onto a concrete surface) Sealed ports block blown sand and dust (up to 18 m/sec for 1 hour) Integral Display shield deflects wind and rain (Test: up to 200 mm/hr for 1 hour) Cons: Case design is bulky Case may be too rugged for the needs of the average person Design of the case interferes with call quality Some difficulty using ports/camera when case is on the phone Belt clip difficult to use, prone to breaking
Pros: Available in a panoply of color combinations, including multiple camo options Dual-layer case construction is rugged and practical Includes built-in screen protector Also includes belt clip Overwhelmingly positive user reviews Cons: Bulky case that belies the slender profile of the phone Screen protector doesn’t sit flush on screen, may cause issues with responsiveness Aux cables and headphone jack may not work easily with this case Light-colored cases prone to staining from makeup or clothing dyes Edge of screen placement may interfere with controls for some apps or games