Although now glued to the cover, (without information sheet that tells about the adhesive on the inside) the adhered iPod is stuckthe case cover, but with the case cover folded back , it will still fit in a wall charger that has a connector pivoting option .
I have had this case for over a year now- and it has protected my ipod very well. At this point, it has been dropped multiple times, and has scratches on it everywhere - but my ipod underneath is still is clean and scratch free as the day I put the case on. So it has done it's job well. I will have to replace it soon because it is getting hard to read the screen through all the scratches, so if the screen part could be made a little more scratch resistant that would be better. But... I am very hard on electronics (so I've been told) so it's probably user fault and not project fault. I would recommend that anyone getting any product like an ipad, ipod, phone, etc, buy some kind of case to keep it from breaking and getting scratched and dinged up through daily use. My ipod goes with me everywhere because I have too much on it (podcasts, music, books on tape, etc) for my phone to hold all that info - so I use the ipod DAILY at work, in the car, everywhere. It gets thrown on the car floor sometimes if I stop short, it gets tossed around in my purse or stuffed in a pocket, and the case has held up and keep the unit safe. As it was designed to do. This case is actually the only kind I've ever bought for both my ipods, and it's the best kind for wear and tear.
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