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Old 11-28-2007, 03:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I just got the Hard Rubberized Case for the 8320. I love it. I give it 5 stars. I did not get the holster because I didn't think I wanted one.

Now that I want a little more protection and something to hold it on me when I am walking, I looked and found 2 holsters , the matching one from Seidio, AND......THE ONE THAT MUST BE INCREDIBLE because it is sold out everywhere...The Speck Pro Holster.

And then there is the direction that I am still leaning -- horizontal case. I am torn between the Seidio which is online, but not at their site, but that the ad says will be ok with a small skin on, OR the Covertec which looks sweet, or the Fortte, primarily because I know their products are superior, along with the sweet customer service from Salo and employees. I am pretty certain with the case being only 1.2mm extra on each end that it will be able to fit in any case, it does in the one in the ad, and it does in one in the mall

I suppose I should have done a poll, but can you do me a favor and just give me ur pick, and a short reason if u want to

1. Seidio Skinned Holster
2. Speck Pro Holster (Have to wait til like Dec 4th at least I believe, but what do you think)
3. Seidio Horizontal Case. (this is the way I am leaning, cheapest, the company that says will hold a skinned curve, etc..)
4. Fortte Horizontal Case

Thanks Very Much
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