The Drop Proof iPad Case: RUG-ED

June 3, 2020

Do you freak out every time a student carries an iPad across the room??? Do you worry when your students stand up from the table?? I know I do, but not anymore!! My iPads are now protected by the Rud-Ed ProLOCK case. This case is extremely durable, drop proof, yet lightweight and not bulky.

The ProLOCK case comes with bumper corners and a built in handle which makes it so easy for children to carry. The case not only covers the sides, but has a protective covering in the back, plus a tempered glass protector for the screen. There is NO cracking your iPad now!!!

These cases are available in so many fun colors. My iPad cart has a variety of colors, so the students love using different ones every week. Another fun feature of the ProLOCK case is the removable stand. The stand can help the iPad sit up vertically or horizontally. The good thing, it can always be removed! My students found the stand helpful while working.

This case has taken many fears away while I pass out my classroom iPads. I can now focus on instruction instead of monitoring the way my students are holding or carrying the iPad. This case is perfect for home use too!!

To save 10% off your own case, use the code TECHQUEEN10 – click here to shop and view more information.

ProLOCK 10: Available in Matte Black, Classic Blue, OG Green, Yellow, Orange, and Purple. Compatible with iPad 7th Gen 10.2″ (2019), iPad Air 3 10.5″ (2019), iPad Pro 10.5″ (2017)
ProLOCK 9.7: Available in Black and Yellow with Handle, and I believe Blue, Green, and Maroon but in limited quantities. Also Purple and Black Handleless. Compatible with iPad Air / Air 2 / Pro 9.7 / iPad 9.7 (2017) / 5th Gen (2017) / 6th Gen (2018)
ProLOCK Mini: Available in Black only.  iPad Mini 4 and Mini 5

Check out this drop test video here:
P.S. You can try this at home with your Rug-Ed Case!! 🙂

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I am Dena, I am from New Jersey. I am currently an enrichment teacher for grades K-4. For the last three years I taught technology for grades 5 & 6. I also taught fourth grade and special education. I absolutely love teaching! This is my passion and dream career. I incorporate STEM, Technology, Project Based Learning into my lessons.

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