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Griffin FlexGrip

Griffin's rubbery silicone case certainly adds both colour and a little extra grip to the iPad, and it's easy to get the tablet in and out. It does pick up dust and grit from your bag. There's no screen protection.

Griffiin FlexGrip

Reg Rating 70%
Price RRP: £25 Online: £15
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Incipio Feather

Not as floppy as your average iPad skin, the feather fits tightly onto your tablet but no so much so that it's hard to remove, either. Semi-translucent and available in five colours, it's as much about brightening up your gadget as protecting it. The Feather also improves the iPad's grip no end, and comes with a separate screen cover sheet.

Incipio Feather

Reg Rating 70%
Price RRP: £40 Online: £20
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