Military Approved.
School Ready.

UZBL makes iPad cases for some of the top school districts in the country by providing rugged protection at a price point that makes sense for most school budgets. We at UZBL are also working with schools like yours to make sure that you get iPad protection that's tailored to your needs.

Proven protection.

Our protective cases are currently protecting iPads in hundreds of schools within top school districts from San Diego to Hartford. While iPad breakage with inferior cases and covers have approached 10% in some schools, UZBL cases average only 1-2% reported breakages of iPads under their protection.

Personalized Service.

At UZBL we specialize in cushiony iPad cases and helpful attachments for the iPad. It's really all that we do, so we'd like to hear your feedback, integrate your ideas, and provide solutions that benefit your students and save your school money.

Something Special.

The protection provided by the earliest UZBL cases have been handy for kids with special needs. We've also listened to the requests of several educators and integrated several unique ways to attach, prop or mount the iPad. This has lead to the design and development of some of the most "usable" iPad cases in K-12 education.

“The ShockWave for the Air 2 … is perfect! An excellent product, fingerprint reader works like a charm and the built-in stand is awesome! Love it!”

Steven Harmon

Oak Grove School District / IT Dept

“I ordered some Ekto mini cases from you about two years ago, and am really happy to say that we haven't had a SINGLE iPad mini damaged as a result.”

Michael Dreyfus-Pai

Technology Coordinator
Christ the King School

“We definitely want to go with the Airwave for our PK-5 as we did before. They worked out great. In two years I only had one broken iPad”

Michelle Kleisley

All Saints Catholic School

“With UZBL cases we have gone from 70-90 damaged iPads at this time last year to only 7 [out of 1350] (and those are suspected of removing cases). So I can tell you I am more than satisfied with your product.”

Sean Jackson

Mason County Schools