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Big Grips for iPad!

Hey neighbors!

Here is a a really neat accessory for your iPad.  It is called Big Grips.  I have an iPad 2, but they have them for the different versions including the Mini and for the iPod Touch.  I chose pink for mine, but they also come in a variety of colors.  Since receiving mine, my husband is already wanting one for his iPad Mini.

Now, here are just a few of the reasons I like the Big Grips.  It really gives extra protection to my iPad.  It also makes it easier to hold, especially for smaller hands.  I personally like being able to grab hold of the Big Grips.  It is basically a thick, soft, foam frame that fits around and protects your iPad. The frame stays in place, so it is not easy for a child to remove.  Not only is it easier to grip, it also protects your iPad should it get dropped.   You can also purchase a stand, that is made out of the same material.  You can place your iPad in the stand and still have access.  This will make it convenient for watching videos, playing games, or even just to listen to music.  Great for trips!

The Big Grips Frame by itself is $34.95.  Shipping is free on all internet orders.  If you purchase the stand at the same time it is $49.95.  This is well worth the investment to protect your iPad and to make it safer for your child to hold and carry.

Some more information:

  • Non-toxic
  • BPA, lead and latex-free
  • Phthalate and PVC free
  • Resistant to oils, chemicals, stains, molds and germs
  • Durable and lightweight
  • Easy to clean

How many times have you or your child dropped or fumbled your iPad because it is thin and a little slippery?  I know I have.  You won't have to worry about that with Big Grips.  What a perfect gift this would make.  And the really good news is, one of my neighbors will receive a Big Grips for themselves or a loved one.  Enter soon!

See you later, At the Fence!  Thanks for stopping by.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive product for review purposes. All quotes in red are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Jackie said…
I would choose the Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 in Gray.
Thank you!
Angela Saver said…
I would get the Big Grips Slim for iPad 2/3/4 - Green.

I would choose either the purple Frame for an iPad 4 or the black Tweener for my daughter's mini iPad. thank you for the chance to win!
ShellyH said…
I would choose the iPad slim in Black
andrea v said…
I like the big grip frame in green
lag123 said…
I would choose the Buddy in blue

lag110 at mchsi dot com
Coolestmommy said…
My son loves green. I'm not sure if I'd get the Big Grip or the Slim. I'm thinking Slim because of it taking less space on trips.
Unknown said…
I would want this in blue - The Nitty Gritty - Big Grips Frame for I pad, would be perfect for using while cooking and the like.
Dhjax11 said…
I actually really like the frame and the slim....if I had to chose, I'd probably go with the slim in green just because it would be easier to fit in my bag for on the go use. thanks for the chance to win, this would be great to have to protect my iPad from occasional drops and also to make it easier to hold on to!
Teresa Thompson said…
Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 - Red
Ayatim said…
hi!!! I have an autistic angel who is seven years old. This would be so great for her Ipad which we have had to repair the glass twice already!! Thanks for the chance :)
KR said…
I really like the Slim but I could not find any color choices for it. I like the gray on The Frame.
I'd love to win the Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 in Black
Millerpj said…
Would love any color! Great for little hands.
Unknown said…
I would love the holder for the Big Grip too. Does the holder
come with it?
Unknown said…
I would love the holder for the Big Grip too. Does the holder
come with it?
Unknown said…
Big Grips Frame for iPad 2/3/4 - Orange

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