How often have you dropped your phone on your driveway? Has your Kindle somehow found its way falling down several flights of stairs? If you're hard on electronics, you may want to check out these videos and be thankful. In what look like iPad suicide missions -- iPad dropped in a skydiving free fall and iPad thrown from a more than 100 mph speeding car -- a G-Form protective case helped the device survive both.
Watch the iPad go skydiving. Thumbs up when you see it's still working after the 1,300 fall:
Getting thrown from a 113 mph Porche with a double summersault on the pavement would do in most electronics but not with G-Form:
According to G-Form's website, the cases use Reactive Protection Technology, which absorbs 90 percent of the impact. The company sells not only cases for electronic products, but also protective athletic gear and medical grade gels that reduce pressure.
Learn more about G-Form's impact resistance technology in this video -- and see a 12 pound bowling ball bounce on an iPad and leave it unscathed: