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Old 12-11-2008, 10:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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INNOCASE SURFACE



Our unique Innocase Surface is only 1mm thick and provides a strong layer of protection and excellent grip for your Storm.

- Sleek snap together from front to back design, makes your storm even more stylish
- 1mm thin case provides scratch protection without adding much bulk
- Designed from a hard, yet flexible material
- Unique soft-touch "rubberized" texture provides a great feel and better grip

- Slip it into your pocket or pair it with one of our Innocase holsters or leather cases
- Add our Ultimate Screen Guard for total device protection

INNOCASE II SURFACE



Our unique Innocase II Surface is only 1mm thick and provides a strong layer of protection and excellent grip for your Storm.

- Innocase II Slide-in design offers different styling than our original Innocase
- 1mm thin case provides scratch protection without adding much bulk
- Designed from a hard, yet flexible material
- Unique soft-touch "rubberized" texture provides a great feel and better grip

- Soft felt lining offers interior protection

- Slip it into your pocket or pair it with one of our Innocase holsters or leather cases
- Add our Ultimate Screen Guard for total device protection
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Old 12-11-2008, 09:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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When are these going to be available to purchase for the Storm?
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Old 12-11-2008, 10:54 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I am using the docking station can I remove the case easily and put it back on....
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Old 12-11-2008, 07:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Seidio makes EXCELLENT cases I have used a few different ones and they are by far the BEST!!!
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Old 12-12-2008, 05:07 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I am using the docking station can I remove the case easily and put it back on....
ishore,

The Innocase II will be the easier of the two to remove, so it may be your choice if you need to take it off very often.

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Old 12-12-2008, 09:19 PM   #6 (permalink)
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So it looks like the Innocase is the standard two-piece front/back case while the Innocase II is like a slip on similar to the silicone sleeves?
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So it looks like the Innocase is the standard two-piece front/back case while the Innocase II is like a slip on similar to the silicone sleeves?
Looks that way, the II model is open at the top with no protection there, so the phone slips in that way. I bet you just gently bend the sides outward at the top and slip it out. I'm sure it's the same type plastic their other "rubberized" thin cases are made of. My Pearl unit wasn't very tacky like silicone is. No lint or problems getting in/out of pocket at all. As most of you know the 2 piece design's Achilles heel are the clips that hold it together. They wanna break if you take it on and off very much. They do look and fit great.
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Great! I plan on getting the Innocase and the Innocase holster when they are available. I am also glad the Innocase will be available in other colors besides black. I am leaning towards the pink.
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I definitely will look into them as I absolutely LOVED this case for my Curve. The biggest drawback that I see is what happened with my Curve, with this type of case no matter how you look at it your phone is exposed to lint, dust in your pockets, etc. Because this style case does not cover the face of the phone. This is why I have always leaned towards just the basic leather sleeve that puts the phone to sleep, no belt clip needed, and gets the job done.
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I definitely will look into them as I absolutely LOVED this case for my Curve. The biggest drawback that I see is what happened with my Curve, with this type of case no matter how you look at it your phone is exposed to lint, dust in your pockets, etc. Because this style case does not cover the face of the phone. This is why I have always leaned towards just the basic leather sleeve that puts the phone to sleep, no belt clip needed, and gets the job done.
I hear you. I love those pouches too. But many don't like taking it out every time you use it. Nothing protects the whole phone better though, and you don't need a screen protector either. No need for the sleep button, and your battery lasts longer for sure.
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Looks that way, the II model is open at the top with no protection there, so the phone slips in that way. I bet you just gently bend the sides outward at the top and slip it out. I'm sure it's the same type plastic their other "rubberized" thin cases are made of. My Pearl unit wasn't very tacky like silicone is. No lint or problems getting in/out of pocket at all. As most of you know the 2 piece design's Achilles heel are the clips that hold it together. They wanna break if you take it on and off very much. They do look and fit great.
I'm kinda torn. I like how the Innocase I covers the top since the shiny plastic on top gets smudged so easily. But I also see your point about the fit of the two piece cases and the need to remove it in order to do a battery pull.
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Trying to decide between the Innocase I and the Innocase II. Can anyone offer some help? Thanks in advance.
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Trying to decide between the Innocase I and the Innocase II. Can anyone offer some help? Thanks in advance.
Get the II case if you take the phone out very often (to do a battery pull, take the Sd card out for instance). Taking the phone out of the 2 part case with clips can be a hassle and the clips can break. But this case obviously protects the top of the phone better. You choose.
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Get the II case if you take the phone out very often (to do a battery pull, take the Sd card out for instance). Taking the phone out of the 2 part case with clips can be a hassle and the clips can break. But this case obviously protects the top of the phone better. You choose.
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