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Old 03-06-2010, 05:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Casemate, Seidio, Incipio Cases---Tried them all

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Keeping the Seidio Innocase Snap. The most minimalist, offers primarily protection and grip for the back. Weighs around 3oz. Best part is, and you have to jiggle it a bit, but it can be left on while charging with the dock!

Casemate Barely There is good also. But slightly thicker and thus bulkier. Weighs roughly 4oz.

Incipio Feather is right in the middle. Slightly thinner than the Casemate and has wrap around protection. Weighs also 3oz.
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Old 03-07-2010, 11:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I like the Seidio snap too but it doesn't protect the bezel on the sides.
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Old 03-11-2010, 10:17 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Default Need a Bold 9000 case that...

I've been using the Seidio Innocase for a few months. Pet Peeve is that it does not seal around the mini-usb and phone jack. I just unpacked a new Incipio case and it leaves the entire key and screen exposed to the elements.

Any cases out there that:
  • covers the entire front of the phone and seals out debris?
Oh and this case does NOT take well to repeated openings, the mini-tabs break off so I suspect soon, so very soon I will need to place an order. In fact I need to place an order now so as not to leave the phone open to the elements and unprotected. The present case has little life left.

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I have the InVisiSheild on my 8900 and I use the CaseMate Fuel for a holster. I really like that it will gas up my Curve if and when needed. Only con so far is that it is a "Screen Out" holster. It has good weight to it and all buttons are easily accessible. A little on the expensive side as well...about 75 bucks or so.
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