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Picture of BIG GRIPS FRAME The Big Grips Frame is a tablet computer protector designed for use by individuals with grasping, upper extremity and fine motor disabilities who use an Apple iPad or iPad2. The soft case fits around the outside of the iPad, and it does not cover the iPad's ports and controls, Wi-Fi antenna, ambient light sensor or cameras. The Big Grips Frame is very soft for easy gripping. Its lightweight material is non-toxic; lead- and latex-free; phthalate- and PVC-free; resistant to oils, chemicals, stains, molds and germs; and easy to clean. OPTIONS: A Big Grips Stand is sold separately. DIMENSIONS (LxWxD) 11.57 x 9.47 x 1.5 inches. WEIGHT: 7.125 ounces. COLOR: Blue, pink, green and gray. WARRANTY: 1-year limited warranty.

Notes: Big Grips is a registered trademark of KEM Ventures Inc. ** iPad and iPad 2 are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

Price: 34.95.

This product record was updated on February 3, 2011.

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KEM Ventures, Inc.

Box 191961
Sacramento, California 95819-1961
United States
Telephone: 888-456-7047.

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P.O. Box 81226
Seattle, Washington 98108-1226
United States

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