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Old 07-30-2005, 05:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got a 7290 and it doesn't seem to fit right in the RIM case it came with. It slides in fine with a little effort, but its a pain in the ass to remove. What is the trick to it?

Or is it the wrong case? I noticed on the official blackberry website that the hard case doesn't show my model number as compatible with it.
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Truth there is nothing intuitive about the stock OEM holster that ship with the 72xx devices, its a pain to get the device out, they pop out and further they scar the units pretty bad as well. I would grab one of the RIM OEM leather swivel cases, much better solution. http://www.shopblackberry.com/_black...43E5TT8ZHNSCRD
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I just got a 7290 and it doesn't seem to fit right in the RIM case it came with. It slides in fine with a little effort, but its a pain in the ass to remove. What is the trick to it?

Or is it the wrong case? I noticed on the official blackberry website that the hard case doesn't show my model number as compatible with it.
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Old 07-30-2005, 06:19 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I just got this leather case for my 7100t and like it.
http://www.gizmoskin.com/blackberry.htm
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Truth there is nothing intuitive about the stock OEM holster that ship with the 72xx devices, its a pain to get the device out, they pop out and further they scar the units pretty bad as well. I would grab one of the RIM OEM leather swivel cases, much better solution. http://www.shopblackberry.com/_black...43E5TT8ZHNSCRD
Unfortunately thats what I thought! I would really like to keep it in the factory holder because its designed for the "holster" mode. I think I am going to try to soften it up in some boiling water.
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the leather ones have a holster magent to put it to sleep and work with the holster mode I threw the oem plastic away the day I bought it been using the leather one ever since
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