Big News from @Gripcase – Buy One, Give One

Durable.  Portable.  Colorful.  Gripcase

Back in May of this year, I first met the team from Gripcase and began using their product.  My original review of their product can be found here.  I recently heard from them again and was excited to share their cool new Buy One, Give One program (BOGO).

The way this works is pretty simple, and is a great way to give to schools in need.  When anybody purchases a Gripcase, they are prompted to select a school of their choice which Gripcase will donate a case to.  This is a great way for Gripcase to achieve their mission of having every iPad in a school be protected so that students can unleash the full power of their tablets.

Gripcase is an excellent product that helps control damage to iPads in classrooms or at home.  Free from worry of damage, kids can create, play, and learn on their iPads without the damage monster hanging over their heads.  What I love most is the unexpected way the case can easily be carried.  Riley just grabs the handle and brings it everywhere.  The case is light weight, comfortable, and keeps the iPad safe – which is KEY for little ones (like Jacob)!  He doesn’t mind the purple case.  :-)

GripCase comes in a variety of FUN colors
red, purple, green, blue, and black
Yes… they have cases for iPad minis, too!  You can click here to see the variety of colors for full and mini sizes.  
Another amazing feature that GripCase has to offer is the portable stand they sell.  This way, the kids can stand their iPad up when working.  It’s an amazing feature!  They’re only $19.99 (click here to see more about these stands).  I was surprised when I opened my GripCase package to see a complimentary stand, too.  What a treat!  I haven’t used it much standing up to have the kids work, but the stand does come in handy when viewing a video or project!  This makes it very nice.  
Want to read another review?  My great buddy, Nick, recently posted about GripCase, too.  His cute son, Leo, uses it at home.  Please click here to see The Nerdy Teacher’s review.  
For me, one of the best forms of advertisement is simply seeing others using the product.  Hands down – GripCase rocks!


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Erin Klein is an award winning educator, national keynote speaker, author, and mother.

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