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Old 03-14-2007, 08:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Blackberry 8800 Rubberized swivel lock plastic holster from Seidio

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Seidio plans to release the rubberized swivel lock plastic holster for BB8800 next week. If you are interested in this item and would like to be notified when it is released, please send an email to [email address].

It will be like this one for BB8100.

Right after the relase of plastic holster, we will relase the skin case and rubberized hard case for BB8800.


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Old 03-14-2007, 10:02 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Looking forward to it!
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Old 03-14-2007, 10:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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The rubberized hard case + holster should be fantastic. I got my wife the hybrid rubberized hard case with clear front for her treo680 and was very impressed. Nice and thin, adds very little thickness to the device. Clear front allows you to show off your device instead of having it hidden under the casing. Gives a much more secure grip, and considering how "slippery" the 8800 feels, this is a welcome accessory.
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Seidio Can you post a picture?
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Yes, we will try to get the picture up tomorrow or Friday.

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Old 03-14-2007, 12:21 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Should be hot!

This is a must have!
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Old 03-15-2007, 04:39 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Come on seido, get your act together bro! I am considering selling the damn phone as I am so irritated by the leather purse!
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Come on seido, get your act together bro! I am considering selling the damn phone as I am so irritated by the leather purse!
Wow, the 8800 just came out a few weeks ago. Why hate on Seidio because they're working hard to put together a customized case and holster for the 8800?? It's rare to find a lot of case options so early in the release of a new phone. I applaud the company for listening to the customers and keeping us updated on the release of their products.

I don't like the leather OEM case either, but is that really a reason to return your berry? I hope your post was filled with sarcasm.
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If the new case is anything like the one they sell for the treo 750, I'd jump on it. love the rubberish feel and gives a better grip overall. Not too crazy about the silver sides on my BB, reminds me of an ipod.
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If the new case is anything like the one they sell for the treo 750, I'd jump on it. love the rubberish feel and gives a better grip overall. Not too crazy about the silver sides on my BB, reminds me of an ipod.
I had one for my treo 750 and it was the best case/clip i have every used. I am really looking forward to this for my 8800
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If the new case is anything like the one they sell for the treo 750, I'd jump on it. love the rubberish feel and gives a better grip overall. Not too crazy about the silver sides on my BB, reminds me of an ipod.
I actually like the look of the silver sides. Like you said, very iPod-ish. But from a functional standpoint I think it was a big mistake. Rubberized sides or even indented sides like on the 8700 would allow for a much better grip.

The rubberized casing Seidio offers for the Treo line is really good. Just grippy enough, but not too much that you can't slip it into a pocket easily. And unlike a silicone skin, the casing is "low profile" and doesn't add considerable thickness to the device.
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Exactly right. I kinda prefer the plastic side like the 8700, felt more durable than the silver sides which I think it might be more prone to scratches. But once the case comes out, it won't matter as it'll be covered, and its grippy but not sticky like the silicone ones. Too bad its not coming out right now.
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We will post the plastic holster picture today

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Old 03-16-2007, 02:22 PM   #14 (permalink)
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the posted the holster
RUBBERIZED SPRING CLIP SWIVEL HOLSTER FOR UN-SKINNED BLACKBERRY 8800
looks good!!! when do you start shipping David?
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Looks good, although I dont generally like holsters that have a top clip. I like the launcher style holsters that leave the top free. Much smoother motion to take it out and put it back in without a top clip.
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Looks good, although I dont generally like holsters that have a top clip. I like the launcher style holsters that leave the top free. Much smoother motion to take it out and put it back in without a top clip.
I thought I was the only one that liked the OEM plastic holster (i.e.: "the launcher")! Something about removing the berry from the holster in one quick motion, and hearing that click when you put it back .... sigh, I do miss that.

With the shape and smoothness of the 8800, I'm not sure a plastic holster without a top clip is possible.
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