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PSP Face Armor/Disk Jackets
Pelican's flip-top hard shell cover protects faceplate and screen from damage. Guard acts as glare protector for outside gaming. Available in matching black glassine finish. Also includes four matching glossy UMD disk Jackets. Ships with system polish cloth. ...
PELICANPSP Face Armor/Disk Jackets
PSP Face Armor/Disk Jackets
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PELICAN

PSP Face Armor/Disk Jackets

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Pelican's flip-top hard shell cover protects faceplate and screen from damage. Guard acts as glare protector for outside gaming. Available in matching black glassine finish. Also includes four matching glossy UMD disk Jackets. Ships with system polish cloth.

  • Pelican's flip-top hard shell cover protects faceplate and screen from damage
  • Guard also acts as glare protector for outside gaming
  • Includes four matching glossy UMD disk jackets
  • Ships with system polish cloth
  • Pelican's flip-top hard shell cover protects faceplate and screen from damage
  • Guard also acts as glare protector for outside gaming
  • Includes four matching glossy UMD disk jackets
  • Ships with system polish cloth
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Good Cover To Use, To A Degree
by Valued Customer on July 30, 2012
 
 
 
 
 
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Purchased this cover years ago and still continuously use it, though in a slightly different way than intended. I have the excellent ""Logic3 PSP Sound Grip"", which adds nice grips to the sides of the system and a quite good stereo speaker at the bottom. The PSP fits snugly into the device's cradle, with a clear plastic gripper that goes over the top of the PSP, with holes for the power switch and USB area. Unfortunately, due to the short length of the Face Armor's attachment screws, you can't connect the cover to the PSP while using the ""Sound Grip"". But, there is a slight work-around. By drilling two holes through the Sound Grip's top gripper plate over the area where the screw holes are located in the PSP, you can use the Face Armor as a slip on and off cover. It looks good and works great, but only if you are using the ""Logic3 Sound Grip"".

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Good cover but.
by Valued Customer on March 13, 2010
 
 
 
 
 
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This is a good cover overall but it only fits the PSP 1000 series, It will not fit the slim.

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Sleek and slim
by Valued Customer on September 09, 2009
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

This jacket is sleek and much less bulky than the total enclosure types. It fits neatly onto the top of the unit and protects the screen but does not interfere with play buttons. With this added the unit will still fit inside the neoprene case (available seperatley) and adds no additional weight.

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Should Have Been Part of the PSP
by Valued Customer on May 11, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

Before I purchased the Face Armor, I was debating between it and Logitech's PlayGear Pocket. I finally settled on the Face Armor because I wanted something that would protect my PSP's screen without adding too much bulk (the PSP is large enough as it is and adding more bulk would almost make it un-pocketable). The PlayGear Pocket simply added too much bulk.I was a little wary of the Face Armor because of the reviewers who noted that the Face Armor blocked the PSP's USB port. In the end, I decided that, for me, the benefit of the slim design outweighed that possible negative.Upon receiving my Face Armor, I was plased to see that there must have been a redesign of the unit as the USB port was NOT blocked whatsoever. The unit installs with two simple thumb screws and is easy to remove if you so need.The included disk jackets were not something I particularly cared about when purchasing the Face Armor, but they have come in handy when travelling and not wanting to fill my portable game bag with UMD/PSP cases.All in all, I highly recommend the Face Armor. This is something that the PSP should have just had built-in from the start to protect that gorgeous screen.

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Not badAwesome customer support
by Valued Customer on February 11, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

After reading all the reviews I'm wondering if we are talking about the same product. I had mine for about 18 months and took it with me on a deployment to Katrina in NO(that was interesting) Anyway the cover held up good. Slammed it shut and had it in my BDU cargo packet a lot of the time. The hinge did break after a while but I emailed Pelicanthey sent one back with several UMD holders no questions asked and paid the postage as well. I really like it because I can access everything while it protects the screen and front. Guess the logitech case is good but I like to switch memory sticks frequently etc so I will still use the pelican. Wish they made the thing in indestructible stainless steelnow that would be awesome.

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Good, but the hinges smash easily
by Valued Customer on February 27, 2006
 
 
 
 
 
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i liked the size and form-factor of this cover. i travel a lot and being able to snap it open and closed on a plane was good. a couple of downsides: the lid does not open beyond 180 degrees so it can't be used as a stand while watching movies, and the hinges break easily - i went through two lids in three months. my advice: pay $20 and get the logitech hard case.

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Good Cover To Use, To A Degree
by Valued Customer on July 30, 2012
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

Purchased this cover years ago and still continuously use it, though in a slightly different way than intended. I have the excellent ""Logic3 PSP Sound Grip"", which adds nice grips to the sides of the system and a quite good stereo speaker at the bottom. The PSP fits snugly into the device's cradle, with a clear plastic gripper that goes over the top of the PSP, with holes for the power switch and USB area. Unfortunately, due to the short length of the Face Armor's attachment screws, you can't connect the cover to the PSP while using the ""Sound Grip"". But, there is a slight work-around. By drilling two holes through the Sound Grip's top gripper plate over the area where the screw holes are located in the PSP, you can use the Face Armor as a slip on and off cover. It looks good and works great, but only if you are using the ""Logic3 Sound Grip"".

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Good cover but.
by Valued Customer on March 13, 2010
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

This is a good cover overall but it only fits the PSP 1000 series, It will not fit the slim.

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Sleek and slim
by Valued Customer on September 09, 2009
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

This jacket is sleek and much less bulky than the total enclosure types. It fits neatly onto the top of the unit and protects the screen but does not interfere with play buttons. With this added the unit will still fit inside the neoprene case (available seperatley) and adds no additional weight.

Was this review helpful to you? yes no
Should Have Been Part of the PSP
by Valued Customer on May 11, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

Before I purchased the Face Armor, I was debating between it and Logitech's PlayGear Pocket. I finally settled on the Face Armor because I wanted something that would protect my PSP's screen without adding too much bulk (the PSP is large enough as it is and adding more bulk would almost make it un-pocketable). The PlayGear Pocket simply added too much bulk.I was a little wary of the Face Armor because of the reviewers who noted that the Face Armor blocked the PSP's USB port. In the end, I decided that, for me, the benefit of the slim design outweighed that possible negative.Upon receiving my Face Armor, I was plased to see that there must have been a redesign of the unit as the USB port was NOT blocked whatsoever. The unit installs with two simple thumb screws and is easy to remove if you so need.The included disk jackets were not something I particularly cared about when purchasing the Face Armor, but they have come in handy when travelling and not wanting to fill my portable game bag with UMD/PSP cases.All in all, I highly recommend the Face Armor. This is something that the PSP should have just had built-in from the start to protect that gorgeous screen.

Was this review helpful to you? yes no
Not badAwesome customer support
by Valued Customer on February 11, 2007
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

After reading all the reviews I'm wondering if we are talking about the same product. I had mine for about 18 months and took it with me on a deployment to Katrina in NO(that was interesting) Anyway the cover held up good. Slammed it shut and had it in my BDU cargo packet a lot of the time. The hinge did break after a while but I emailed Pelicanthey sent one back with several UMD holders no questions asked and paid the postage as well. I really like it because I can access everything while it protects the screen and front. Guess the logitech case is good but I like to switch memory sticks frequently etc so I will still use the pelican. Wish they made the thing in indestructible stainless steelnow that would be awesome.

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Good, but the hinges smash easily
by Valued Customer on February 27, 2006
 
 
 
 
 
Verified Purchase

i liked the size and form-factor of this cover. i travel a lot and being able to snap it open and closed on a plane was good. a couple of downsides: the lid does not open beyond 180 degrees so it can't be used as a stand while watching movies, and the hinges break easily - i went through two lids in three months. my advice: pay $20 and get the logitech hard case.

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