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Gear4 D3O Orlando Kids Tablet Apple iPad 10.2

39.99

Tablet protection has never been this fun. The Orlando case with integrated D3O® has a friendly character design and comes in a variety of playful colours. Orlando is great for learning at home or on the go. Sturdy, adjustable arms position and hold the case, making it easy for your child to carry and use the tablet in multiple environments. You can even hang it from the back of a car headrest. The 6.5-foot drop protection makes it a favourite of parents as well.

Drop Resistant Up to 6.5ft│ 2m

Orlando has thick, moulded EVA material and an inner border lining of D3O®. D3O® is a pliable, flexible material that hardens on impact, dissipating shock and protecting your device. Orlando provides 6.5 feet of drop protection, so you can feel confident when your kids take their tablets with them on the go.

Kid-friendly Materials and Design

Orlando is made with EVA foam that is formaldehyde-free, PBA-free and PVC-free. It comes in three lively colours, has front-facing ports for better sound, and provides easy access to the Home button and all other ports. REACH and CPSC Compliant

Versatile Arms for Hanging and Carrying

Orlando’s arms can be used as a stand to hold your device at multiple angles. The arms can also rotate 180° to form a carrying handle. They can also fit around the headrest of a car seat so that a child can hang their tablet and watch it in the car, hands-free. No more dropped tablets lost under car seats.

RepelFlex™ Antimicrobial Treatment

Orlando contains RepelFlex™, an antimicrobial coating with properties built in to protect your case coating by inhibiting the growth of odor-causing bacteria and guarding against degradation from microorganisms.

Delivery

Packages are shipped via An Post and delivery generally takes 1-2 working days. Due to Covid-19 restrictions in place, please allow 1-5 working days for delivery.

  • Orders placed before 3 pm are dispatched the same day
  • Orders placed after 3 pm are dispatched the next day