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In-Depth Review

Marware SportGrip for iPod shuffle

Marware's SportGrip is just about the simplest protection you can buy for your iPod shuffle, and it's that simplicity that makes it so appealing.

A thick ribbed silicone grip (about twice the thickness of other silicone sleeves) wraps the edges of the iPod shuffle, providing a durable and secure fit and protection. The face and rear of the iPod shuffle remains open, giving easy and natural access to the controls but leaving the shuffle exposed to the elements, a detriment for some uses.

The SportGrip is flexible enough that readying your iPod shuffle for docking with a computer only requires pulling the cap away from the body as you normally would and threading the iPod shuffle through the SportGrip's opening. The cap remains securely wrapped by the SportGrip, and the shuffle itself can stay partially wrapped so you don't have to worry about losing any pieces.

Individual SportGrips are available in 10 different colors and include a small carabiner. The three-pack, available in black-white-grey and black-red-blue, also includes a silicone lanyard.


Marware SportGrip
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Just The Facts

SportGrip from Marware

MSRP US$9.95 (single

Pros:Durable, well constructed basic protection; handy carabiner; lots of colors

Cons:Face and rear of iPod shuffle remains exposed

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