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CleverWraps Peanut Butter-proofs Your iPad

by on April 07, 2011
in Computers and Software, Tablets & eReaders, Guides & Reviews

CleverWrapsWhile technically the iPad in our house is mine, it’s become a communal device that resides in the living room and is used by every member in my house. It’s loaded with interactive books for the 2-1/2-year old and games like chess and Hangman for the 6-year-old, my 9-year-old likes to watch movies off of Netflix and my husband uses it when he’s cooking. It’s not uncommon for me to find the iPad with bits of food crusted on it or lying near the edge of the kitchen sink.

I’m glad my iPad is so well-loved, but wish it didn’t end up with so much crud. That’s where I can see CleverWrap disposable iPad covers ($14.99 for three covers on Amazon.com) coming to the rescue.

Basically, CleverWraps are plastic bags designed to protect your iPad from peanut butter, pool water, sand, in other words: Life. The plastic is much clearer and thinner than a typical zip-closure bag, though, so you barely notice it’s there when you’re using your iPad.

If zipped properly, the bag can hold its seal when submerged — not indefinitely, but certainly long enough to retrieve your iPad from the bottom of the pool. The flap at the top folds down and secures with a resealable tape strip for a snug fit.

In addition to iPad, you can get CleverWraps for the Samsung Galaxy Tab, ebook readers (including the Kindle and Nook) and cellphones.



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clear bags

From Melissa on April 07, 2011 :: 11:23 am

I used to use clear bags like these for direct mail projects. They were $10 for ONE HUNDRED. $14 for 3 is a major rip off. Check out http://www.clearbags.com  They have so many sizes, I’m sure you can find one just as snug for your ipad.

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I must agree with Melissa.

From Billie on April 11, 2011 :: 1:13 am

I must agree with Melissa. $10 for 100 is a better option.  I checked out the site she mentioned and they have bags in whatever size you want.

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