Gumdrop Cases stand up to military testing.

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Here at Gumdrop, we pride ourselves in being industry leaders in the education tech accessories industry. In order to provide the best possible protection for your devices, we put our cases through a series of tests to make sure that they exceed military drop-test standards.

Our testing is done through several independent labs which provide testing certifications such as Milspec. These tests were designed by the US military to test equipment in extreme conditions. Our labs simulate drops from at least four feet to test the durability and shock absorption of Gumdrop cases. We ensure that the faces, edges, and corners of the case and the device inside can survive at least 26 drops at this height. In order to exceed military drop-test standards, the device must remain intact and undamaged after each fall.

Kids are tough on devices, but here at Gumdrop, we make sure that our cases are tougher and can withstand any test your students put them through. Not only do all of our cases exceed military drop-test standards, but they are packed with K-12 friendly features to ensure that your students get the most out of their devices. Gumdrop is also TechShell Authorized! Learn more about our authorization here:

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