As you may know, people buy cases for iPod Touches in particular to stop scratching the metal back and sides.

Unfortuanetly, I found today that the Griffin Nu Form does not do this.

Because of its tight fit, the back of my iPod slides tightly against the back of the Nu Form, causing a light rub to form which is clearly seen because it’s metal…

Also, the sides of the Griffin are so sharp and pressing so hard against my iPod, that the front metal bezel gets a sandpaper feel and is all chipped and scratched.

As for the EasyDock part, that also causes the rub on the back.

The screen protector isn’t cut to fit, and as soon as I put it on, I ripped it back off, threw it on the floor and ordered one off eBay (which still doesn’t fit around the Home Button… but it’s better than what Griffin sent.)

My conclusion to this case – Buy it if you want a good looking case – Don’t buy it if you don’t want to scratch your iPod to shit.

3 Comments on “Griffin Nu Form: An update.”

  1. Draven says:

    go with Agent18 cases

  2. Abcmsaj says:

    I’ve actually got a RebelTouch coming soon… I hope. When PayPal clears the e-cheque

    I just needed temporary shielding from the outside world… and now my iPod’s back in its box where it’s safer.

  3. dan says:

    how many times have you taken it out of the case? just took mine out and it looks fine. It does collect some crumbs in there though, despite being a tight fit.