Griffin's Survivor Extreme-Duty Case is built from the inside out to protect your iPhone from extreme conditions ... dirt, sand, rain, shock, vibration and a host of other environmental factors.
Survivor is built on a shatter-resistant polycarbonate frame clad in rugged, shock-absorbing silicone. A built-in screen protector seals your Multi-Touch display from the outside environment, while hinged plugs seal the dock connector, headphone port, hold switch and volume controls. A detachable heavy-duty clip secures your iPhone to a belt or bag strap.
WHAT DOES “MIL-SPEC” REALLY MEAN?
Many manufacturers use terms like "mil-spec" or "military- grade" in promoting their products. We think it's important to be clear about how we use Military Standard 801G when we talk about Survivor.
Defined by the United States Department of Defense, Military Standard 810G establishes testing parameters on hundreds of environmental stresses that materials and goods may experience throughout every phase of their service life.
We identified the most common conditions a Survivor user is likely to face, and designed Survivor with these conditions in mind. Then we had an independent testing lab design and perform the tests on our cases to meet or exceed those conditions as outlined in Mil-Std 810G. In each instance, the case passed the conditions established by the tests, proving that Survivor cases are among the most durable on the market.
Abstract: Dropped on concrete floor from 6 ft (1.8 m); typical drops a user might make from use height. Parameters: 48 inches / 1.22 drop onto all faces; total of 26 drops.
Abstract: Device is left on the floorboard of a car while traveling. Parameters: Vibration of one inch of travel @ 5 Hz for 45 minutes.
1.41 in. (16.7 mm)
Abstract: A user is caught outside for 30 minutes during a rainstorm.
Parameters: 40 mph wind + 4 inches/hour of rain for 30 minutes, at 50°F / 10°C ± 2°C.
Abstract: Sand blowing across a beach during a windy day for 6 hours. Parameters: 8.9 meters/sec (20 mph), 97–99% silicon dioxide ("sand") @ +23°C – 35°C @ not more than 30% relative humidity, for 6 hours.