Gumdrop Debuts Cases for Marine Industry

Posted by Eric Haun
Friday, January 10, 2014
Photo: Gumdrop

Case manufacturer, Gumdrop, announced the rollout of the Marine and Industry Series. Featuring a weatherproof enclosure, easy access to buttons and plugs and boat mounting options, the Marine is a revolutionary case designed exclusively for the marine lifestyle.

“Marine lifestyle and industry professionals are using iPads with marine applications more and more every day, but finding the right protection for these tablets from harsh weather conditions is still a pending issue,” said Tim Hickman, CEO of Gumdrop Cases. “With the new Gumdrop Marine, we are aiming to solve this issue with a weatherproof rugged enclosure that stands watch at the helm.”

Key Features of the Gumdrop Marine, according to the manufacturer:

  • Weatherproof Enclosure: Double Layer of Rugged Protection; Front and rear hard plastic enclosure with integrated screen protector, weatherproof sealing clamps, quick-release mounting feature and port plugs
  • Easy Access: Access to all buttons and ports via watertight plugs and seals
  • Mounting: Quick-release boat-mounting option designed for the rough seas and on-the-go land excursions
  • Versatility: Rugged built-in adjustable stand


The Gumdrop Marine will be available in March for the iPad 3, iPad 4 and iPad Air for $149.95.

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