G-Form iPad Protection: 12lb bowling ball drop on Extreme Sleeve and hard case

G-Form iPad Protection: 12lb bowling ball drop on Extreme Sleeve and hard case


Hey everybody, Thom again from G-Form here.
Known for our extreme protective padding in athletics, here to show you again how our
G-Form technology works in consumer electronics protection. So, today we’re going to mix it
up a little bit. Camera man, come on in. We’re going to take the bowling ball, we need to
calibrate our scale. Alright, so today we’re upping the ante a little bit, 12 pound bowling
ball. We’re going to do a quick side-by-side comparison of a common rigid case that is
used for protecting iPads. Start a movie, put this lid back on, and on this 5 inch concrete
block, we’re going to drop this 12 pound bowling ball from a 3 foot height onto the screen.
Alright, I still here something, lets see how well we did. Alright, well as you can
see, there’s some issues there. Lots of breaking, broken glass, I could even pull these flecks
out if we wanted to. So, I’m going to stop this one and take the G-Form extreme sleeve,
again, the G-Form – soft and floppy. I’m going to start this movie – apologies. This is a
movie, where’s the movies? Thanks, camera man. Play. Thank you. Let’s get that in the
sleeve, 5-inch concrete, 12-pound ball. There we go. Now you notice that when the ball hits
there’s not much bouncing going on. This foam, as soft as it is, powered by PORON XRD, is
designed to stiffen upon impact to absorb the shock. So, here you can see that the screen
is completely intact, no harm done. Soft and floppy G-Form extreme sleeve, extreme protection.