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Juggernaut Defense – GALAXY S4 Juggernaut Case And Armor Mount

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Juggernaut Defense has just made available their Juggernaut Case and Armor Mount for the Samsung GALAXY S4, along with the Galaxy S-III.

The Juggernaut Case is a military grade rugged wearable case and mount for mobile devices designed to allow users to bring their smartphones to the field to enhance communication capabilities. The case itself is waterproof, dustproof, and shock and drop proof. It features hardened anti-glare glass screen protection, and offers quick device insertion and removal. Available mounts for the Juggernaut Case includes sternum-strap and MOLLE/PALS chest straps, a forearm mount, and a back pack mount that attaches to any backpack shoulder strap in a vertical position.

www.juggernautcase.com

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11 Responses to “Juggernaut Defense – GALAXY S4 Juggernaut Case And Armor Mount”

  1. Brackett says:

    I have been interested in these cases for some time, but can anybody point me in the right direction for iOS/Android software specifically designed for this platform?

  2. Aaron says:

    Considering NettWarrior uses a different Samsung product, making a case for the S4 was a stupid idea.

    • 2 cents says:

      Not keeping up with the latest technology would be a stupid idea. Forward thinking my friend. What makes you think NettWarrior just has one solution?

    • Juggernaut Defense already developed and sells the Samsung GALAXY Note-II Case, which Nett Warrior has been testing and evaluating with several SF and Ranger units. The Galaxy S4 is being used by many SF units as a smaller form-factor case than the Note-II.

  3. Ian P. says:

    What plate carrier is that?

  4. JP says:

    I’ll share some feedback on this product while I await my return shipping label.

    The Good:

    Waterproof! I really liked how there is a membrane to transfer sound through the mic and speaker. Access doors over the top and bottom have rubber gaskets. I’d have no worries dropping this in a pool.

    Looks bad-ass.

    The flip-down armor mount is a great idea, and a big reason why I bought it. But…

    The Bad

    …you see how the picture shows the mount going through the PALS webbing top and bottom? No one in our unit could figure out how this is possible without un-stitching the webbing and sewing it back on over the tabs. They are flexible, plastic that will snap long before you ever got them at an angle to get through the webbing.

    The case itself is rugged, but hard plastic all over – no rubber shock absorption like, for example, an Otter Defender. There is a pad of some sort that presumable absorbs shock and makes for a secure fit within the case, but because the fit is so snug against the hard plastic case, shock has nowhere to go but from the case to the phone itself.

    The case I’m using now has been dropped from waist-height in the chow hall and on asphalt, and the rubberized coating took it all, and was clean with one wipe. Even got tossed 5-6 feet across a desk and against a wall, to the floor, because I can’t catch worth a shit. I would never have tried that with the Juggernaut case.

    “[O]ffers quick device insertion and removal.” I respectfully disagree. The pad inside the case makes it such a tight fit that you need a rod or stick of sorts to push the device out from the bottom – s l o w l y – or else you risk damaging the USB port. It is unbelievable tight.

    My case screen had streaks of something inside, but because the case cannot be taken apart, there’s no way to really clean it well. Didn’t effect functionality, but annoying anyway.

    The soft keys at the bottom are not accessible the way the screen is cut. It needs to be longer. Touching the general area of the soft keys got no response. Had to push the tip of my finger hard enough into the edge of the window where it meets the case to get a response.

    I really, really, wanted to love this case. Fix the window, the lack of shock protection, and armor mount, and I’d love to try one again. I use my phone for navigation because BFT f-ing blows in every way. Just downloaded P.E.S. to play with that, and so far I love it. But I need a mounting solution that puts it just outside my FOV, and close to me.

    And customer service needs to keep customers better informed, but we already discussed that.

    Hope this helps potential buyers, and J.D. to improve their product.

  5. jp says:

    I know this is to page 3 already, but in fairness I was sent a picture of the tabs being bent in half without snapping, so it looks like they won’t snap. The above pdf would be a good idea to include with the purchase in the future.

    Everything else stands.

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