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The Griffin Survivor+Catalyst Waterproof Case could very well be the easiest-to-fit iPhone 5 waterproof case ever. And in all probability, it's also the best despite how easy it is to fit on the iPhone.

iPhone 5 waterproof cases aren't all that many in the market. The ones that are available aren't all that good except for a couple of them. We did a take on Otterbox Armor series which had the waterproof feature. However, it's an Armor case that's built to protect from many other things too.

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If you're looking specifically for a made-to-be-waterproof case, the Griffin's one can very well be your answer.

Griffin Survivor Catalyst Waterproof iPhone 5 Case Before we dive into the review (no pun intended), here are the stats:

  • Waterproof up to 3 meters
  • IP68 rating
  • 6-foot drop protection (tested to 6.6 ft)
  • TPE shock absorbers
  • Silicone gasket

All your underwater photography comes alive with this case. Or that's how it feels right now. Griffin Waterproof iPhone 5 CaseExcellent Materials

While the Griffin waterproof iPhone 5 case is easy to fit and looks like a child's play, the interesting cocktail of materials used sheds light on how good the performance is.

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There's polycarbonate frame and rear cover. Then the latches and the control buttons are made of nylon. The Home button comes with a special TPE (thermoplastic elastomer).

Now all of this makes up for a good sealed-shut waterproof iPhone 5 case but is it bulky? No, sir, it ain't. You see because they've made a conscious decision to go with a lot of thermo plastics and PC, the whole thing becomes light-weight.

Now all you need to get started with underwater photography is Griffin Survivor+Catalyst waterproof case. It's easy to fix, easy to use and comes with all the accessibility you'd want. It's almost as if the case weren't there.

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Price: $79.99 ($25.99 on Amazon while writing this.)
Buy it from Amazon.com.

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Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.