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G-Form iPad Case Still Out to Prove Itself, Protects Tablet from 100,000+ Foot Fall

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G-Form, this is an intervention. You don’t need to do this anymore. First the bowling ball, then the parachute, and now you launch yourself to the edge of space? We need to talk. You don’t need to keep proving your worth. We like you for what you are.

g form extreme edge ipad case edge of space

That’s an iPad – no doubt peeing itself while passed out and dying – wrapped in G-Form’s Extreme Edge case, kidnapped and taken for a balloon ride up to a height of more than 100,000ft. Watch the video below to watch the gimmick unfold:

Of course, there’s really no reason they needed to do drop it from such a great height, since the iPad hits terminal velocity at a much lower altitude, and the impact would have been the same.

Everyone order an Extreme Edge before G-Form launches the poor iPad to the Sun. Wait no hold your purchase. I’d actually like to see that.



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