Power Support Silicone Jacket for iPod shuffle | iLounge



I got mine in the mail about a week ago (they only hav clear right now). This is by far the best case for the shuffle that I have seen, especially if you want the entire shuffle protected from water or more importantly sweat.

Posted by JaysGottaShuffle on May 7, 2005 at 10:11 AM (PDT)


This is without a doubt the nicest, most well designed, silicone case I've ever seen. The material feels great, and the fit is absolutely perfect. Well worth the premium price. The clip works well and feels sturdy, I only wish it was made of clear frosted plastic instead of white to better match.

If their iPod mini case is this nice, I'm going to get one of those too.

Posted by Christopher Marks on May 17, 2005 at 2:16 PM (PDT)


Where can one buy these things in Australia.
If bought through the website linked above, it says it wil cost around US$83. Which in Australian dollars is around AU$110. That is way to much to pay for a case...
The case itself is US$25, it's the US$60 Shipping that's the HUGE price. It looks like the best case around but if people in this part of the world can't get hold of them for a reasonable price, then shame on this company. I tried buying one through the japanese website, but it doesn't look like they ship outside of Japan.

Posted by minir on June 18, 2005 at 1:36 AM (PDT)


This is the best one on the market... seriously! It covers the ENTIRE ipod & the back switch is genius. I got LIGHT GREEN by calling customer service. ALL COLORS ARE AVAILABLE!

Posted by IpodBoi on July 8, 2005 at 6:34 AM (PDT)


Just received mine and it is quite nice. Well fitting, well conceived, and does exactly what is needed.

Posted by ShoshTrvls on August 10, 2005 at 1:34 PM (PDT)


I had mine for about a month, when it developed case slippage, where the main body casing would slide slowly off the Shuffle's body when I wear it on a lanyard w/o headphones attached. I really wish they could have come up with something that would have a tighter fit. Now if I want it to hold in place, I have to stick scotch tape across the shuffle and the lanyard cap.

I would still recommend it to Shuffle users, but know that this is a real problem that would be unforgivable if it weren't for the fact that the other Shuffle case ideas are, by & large, unappealing. (The iSkin Duo case is probably second-best to the Power Support case, but iSkin loses points for not having a clear case to show off the Shuffle's simple form factor. The glow-in-the-dark gel shields would be appealing if someone would create a matching lanyard cap casing.)

Also, will someone PLEASE create a shuffle casing that points the headphone jack upward instead of down?

Posted by yarudora on October 18, 2005 at 8:50 PM (PDT)


I had this case for about 2 months, at which point the ribbed reinforcement on the back (the part you move to move the shuffle's power switch) developed a tear between the concentric circles. P-USA has promised to replace it, which is nice, but I'm not sure I'll go back to this one anyway--it is NOT waterproof. I've had much better luck protecting the shuffle from water with Apple's shuffle case.

Posted by landolfi on March 2, 2006 at 12:46 PM (PDT)

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