The eVo3 Duo marks the return of iSkin’s breakthrough protector for the iPod. The amazing eVo3 classic is the only silicone protector to feature a scratch-resistant screen and face guard for the iPod classic.
As with all iSkin products, the eVo3 classic is precision molded to provide the ultimate fit with a high-quality finish. It’s designed to provide maximum protection without added bulk and to enhance the look and feel of the iPod. And the eVo3 classic’s thin silicone layer does not inhibit the use of the iPod’s click wheel.
- All-around protection with full access to click wheel
- Resin ViSOR layer to protect the screen and frontal area
- Silicone layer with eVoGrip micro texture for easy holding
- Fully removable rotary belt clip system
- Integrated port cover for dock connector
- Cut-out for hold switch
Did you notice?The dock cover can flip open to give direct access to the dock connector, without removing your iPod from the case.
Apple Recommends ForProtecting your iPod classic with a clear, scratch-resistant shield, with optional belt clip.
What's in the Box?
- iSkin evo3 Duo for iPod classic
- Removable belt clip
- Mfr. Part Number : E3CEC-A
- UPC or EAN No. : 839849005767
- Note : Products sold through this website that do not bear the Apple Brand name are serviced and supported exclusively by their manufacturers in accordance with terms and conditions packaged with the products. Apple's Limited Warranty does not apply to products that are not Apple-branded, even if packaged or sold with Apple products. Please contact the manufacturer directly for technical support and customer service.
- Warranty : 90-day limited (For details, please visit www.iSkin.com/warranty/index.tpl?cart=1229473482306497.)
- iPod not included.
iPod classic 80GB/160GB (2007)
iPod classic 160GB (2009)
Ratings & Reviews
This is an excellent case. I've done my research over the last six months and have tried at least six different cases out for my i Pod 120GB Classic. While most every case has at least several good features, this is the only one that rates perfectly right across the board. Its protective elements are matched only by the Speck Armor Skin (also anti-shock and screen protective) but unlike the Speck, the iSkin Evo3 Duo isn't a bulky, unattractive monster. This case actually enhances the look of the iPod. What's more, with its scratch-proof screen (to date the only case to feature true scratch resistance) it'll stay looking good over time. The design is superb, with the visor edges melding into the silicone side grooves to yield a perfectly flush fit. It has a belt clip which can be removed. An included silicone disk fits into the nodes that normally hold the clip in place in order to prevent dust from entering. Some users may lament the fact that this particular iSkin does not cover the click wheel, but personally I find this ideal, especially since the new Classic's wheel responsiveness was reduced somewhat. The wheel is significantly recessed thanks to the design of the visor face-plate, so the likelihood of scratching the wheel is minimal. All in all, this is a superior case that you're sure to be happy with. …
- Written by Jim D
275 of 293 people found this useful
Just got my case in the mail today and have to say that I really REALLY like it. I was kinda worried about the whole silicone laye r that supposedly covers the click wheel and causes sensitivity trouble that I've seen comments about, but thankfully nothing covers the click wheel at all, not even the clear plastic shield, so navigation is no problem whatsoever. I'll never have to take this out of the case EVER because all ports are accessible. The case's clear shield is really scratch proof, I just tested it, and there's no problems of dust getting inside even after you take the belt clip off because there's a little silicone disk inside that covers up the two holes. I thought I would have at least one complaint about it as I usually do with everything else, but I can't find any. Well, one little minor thing is that the hold switch is a teensy bit more difficult to click over than if it were out of the case, but I almost never use the hold feature so it's absolutely no big deal. I was also worried about it being bulky like alot of other cases, but this thing is not bulky at all. Not even a tad. Simply put, awesome case and it might be a bit pricey for a case in my opinion, but it is SO worth the price now that I have it. No longer am I worried about dropping and breaking my iPod or scratching the screen and body up with my car keys in my pocket or something. …
- Written by Chris F from Detroit
177 of 195 people found this useful
This is the best of both worlds! It totally protects the ipod and allows it to be used. The response of the scroll is a bit sluggi sh compared to a "naked" ipod, but the wheel is sealed off from nearly all foreign objects! One small nuisance is that my FM Transmitter barely fits through the skin, but it does! …
- Written by Michael H from bay village
111 of 135 people found this useful
The So Called Scratch Resistant Screen Cover Is Awful!!!!!
I got the case and I installed it carefully, but with in a matter or hours due to cleaning with a cleaning cloth because of finger prints.....The screen has become horribly scratched and this is the first day of use. For as much as this case costs, the screen cover should be much more scratch resistant as proclaimed. I am considering returning it.....However, the overall iPod protection is good, my iPod is safe and sound inside of it …
- Written by Dawayne B from Syracuse
4 of 5 people found this useful
I bought this back in December 2005 for my 32GB classic iPod. After 7 years, my iPod and the case were still going strong. The cli p broke off somewhere along the way, but I never really used it anyway. Though my dear iPod was eventually lost/stolen (it will forever remain a mystery) a few months ago, I knew that it probably would have lasted several more years simply because of the protection that it got from this case. I bought a new 120GB classic (seriously, Apple? You can't make a smaller classic?) today, and immediately ordered this case for it. Barring any instances of loss or theft, I know that my new iPod will last for another decade! …
- Written by Caitlin C from Seattle
6 of 6 people found this useful
iSkin evo3 Duo for iPod classic (Eclipse Black)
This is one of the poorest designs I've encountered. The previous case I bought was great -- the iPod loaded from the top and had a secure belt clip -- I used it until it wore out. I replaced it with this: you have to load the iPod through an opening where the screen is and then put a piece of rigid plastic into the opening afterwards and fit the material around it. It's a pain if you want to take the iPod out after walking to load it onto a docking station. That's bad enough, but the third time I used it I took it off my belt to change the playlist as I was walking and when I went to replace it on my belt, the clip was gone. Apparently, the clip somehow rotated out of the plastic disc on the back and fell out. I backtracked, but could not find the clear plastic clip. I called Apple and they have no replacement clip. So, now I have a $40.+ case that I cannot use, nor can I return it. I am so disgusted with this design, especially since the original one I bought was excellent. …
- Written by Sandra M from Santa Cruz
7 of 13 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
how does the iPod classic (80 GB) get into the case? Is there an opening at the top with a flap that has a velcro closure like the old ones?
- Asked by Sandra M from Santa Cruz
- Jan 7, 2013
The plastic cover and silicone part are separated. You slip the iPod through the screen opening, the n place the plastic cover over the top. It's difficult to get the iPod in and out, but it's super sealed against the elements this way! …
- Answered by Caitlin C from Seattle
- Feb 25, 2013
- Asked by James F from Amherstburg
- Jan 30, 2012
I've never had a problem with my iPod overheating, but if yours tends to overheat, then you might ha ve a problem with this case. Silicone is an insulator and will definitely hold heat in. …
- Answered by Caitlin C from Seattle
- Feb 25, 2013
- Answered by John D from Christiansburg
- Feb 4, 2010
- Asked by Michael L from Saint Paul
- Jan 6, 2010
No, it will not. I just got my case today and tried attaching it to my SoundDock, and it does not f it. Very disappointed. …
- Answered by Rebeca P from Miami
- Jan 24, 2011
Does this case accommodate the iGo car charger plug? I presently have the Otterbox Defender, and it will not allow let the charger tip plug in.
- Asked by Christine K from Delafield
- Oct 31, 2009
- Asked by Alexander D from Tampa
- Jun 5, 2012
- Answered by Fa'rard W from Macon
- Jun 13, 2012