Wrapsol for the iPad Review
There’s all sorts of different variations on cases, accessories, and everything in between, when it comes to Apple products. It’s a lucrative business, to say the least. So, how’s Wrapsol’s scratch-resistant protection system stack up against the other cases, protection systems, and lovable creations for Apple’s iPad? Follow the break to find out.
While we’re fans of things making our lives easier, we realize that sometimes you have to work hard for the things that are going to help you. In the long run, it’s always better to know that what you just put on your new gadget took almost just as much hard work as actually buying your new gadget. And, hopefully, the result is the same. As for the Wrapsol protective system, we have to say that we were pretty surprised at how well the thin film worked.
The protective film itself is remarkably thin. So thin, in fact, we didn’t actually think that it would do any good when put against a test or two. It’s also transparent, so that it doesn’t actually change the way your iPad looks, save for adding a bit more reflective edges compared to the aluminum backing on the standard, protective system-free iPad. Wrapsol suggests that their film will be able to protect your iPad from the daily wear and tear of a normal usage. Things like keys, sand, and even some slides against floors or walls, all should be kept at bay by the protection system. And, while we can’t say that we necessarily tried too hard to test it, but we did take our keys to the back of our tablet, and we’ve got to admit: it works.
The package itself, while pretty minimal, houses some very interesting aspects: the custom-fit protection system, already cut into the precise measured pieces that you need to put on your iPad; a mister that includes an application solution for easy installation; a soft, reusable microfiber towlette to clean off the tablet’s fingerprints; a non-marking squeegee; and instructions that Wrapsol suggests are the easiest to read and follow in the industry. Besides the protection system itself, the towlette is pretty fantastic, and manages to keep our iPad looking dead sexy, and shiny, all day long.
In the end, we’re happy with the Wrapsol protection system for the iPad. While we know that there are giant screen protectors for that 9.7-inch display all over the place, at least you know that when you drop your hard earned $34.95, you’re getting a system that protects not only your screen, but also the back and sides of your iPad. It’s well worth the money, if you ask us, especially with the fact that there’s no extra bulk added to the tablet.