Motorola Droid Case Reviews

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  1. OB1J3D1

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    I don't have either, but I have read the Seido scratches the "chin" when sliding the keyboard in and out. But it's thinner.

    The Otter is thicker and covers all the ports.

    I vote for the otter unless thickness is of utmost concern.



     
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    Otteebox all the way. Protects the phone much better, feels better, no other color but black, but it looks better than any sedo case imo. Also, if it breaks, you get a replacement for free, no shipping cost & you don't have to send the broken one back.
     
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    The otterbox looks pretty sleek. It looks like they don't have one for D2 yet tho. Is it thicker than the Body Case? If there are plugs for each opening do you have to remove one every time you use that function or can you work them with the plugs in place? I'm not sure how critical the plugs are since it isn't waterproof.
     
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    On the Otterbox case, you do need to pop the plug out for the micro-usb port, but the other plugs, you just push down on them to access the function (power, camera, volume) the same way as if the plug wasn't there. It's no problem at all to use.

    -Mike
     
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    As I don't own an Otterbox, I can't speak for it. From what others have described, it has more coverage. However, the thing I absolutely love about the Innocase, is that it comes in multiple colors, and if you want a multimedia or car dock, their docks are compatible with their cases, something no one thought of over at Verizon, Body Glove or elsewhere. The other thing I like about the Seidio is that the holster is face in, which protects the screen from drops when holstered. The thing I don't like = to get all the stuff you want from Seidio can get expensive. Especially for two Droids.
     
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    solar powered charging case

    Has anyone heard any talk of a solar powered battery charging case? I hear they have them for the iphone... would REALLY love one for my droid 2.
     
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    droid covers & cases review

    If you go into a corporate Verizon store in the back behind the support desks or around that area are sale items, if not you have to ask for them. They change stock & discount items that are not selling @ their store. I got my pink silicone cover for 5 bucks and magnet flip top leather case for 10 that way.

    Like the cover, love the case, but. Cover is difficult to get off and is a very tight squeeze for the case, so I took off the cover in favor of the case, don't like it bcuz I tend to drop things!

    Thinking to stretch the leather somehow to use the cover too. Generic screen shields are ok but my problem is too dry of finger pads, even with reg screen, have to switch fingers all the time, anyone have suggestions?
     
  9. daniel4ever

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    please help with case decision

    Hello everyone. I am new here, and have been reading several of the forums - my son is getting a Droid X soon (when I order it...) and it is the first Smartphone in the family. So, I am trying to do my research - into extended batteries, cases, covers, screen protection.

    One thing that has me confused - is how some of these cases work with the slide out part - that exposes the keyboard? does the case need to be removed?

    My concerns are dropping the phone and scratching the screen. I had pretty much settled on a brand of screen protection, but now that I read more about cases, it has just confused me - probably the too many options syndrome. I am also waffling about the extended battery and how that affects which cases fit.

    Please help me! Thanks!
     
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    The Droid X doesn't have a physical keyboard. Are you talking about the Droid 2?

    -Mike
     
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    And if so, the case is basically going to have a rubber bumper style part of the case that covers the face of the screen, right around the edge, allowing you to still slide it out. Not sure how close the Droid 2 is to the Droid, as that's what I have. Then the back of the case encloses the back side. I know they have an extended battery for mine (seidioonline.com), but not sure about others.
     
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    Oh dear. Guess my research has not been as good as I thought. We saw the Droid 2 in the store, and when researching online, I found the reviews said the Droid X was better, and did not realize it does not have a keyboard. I need to check with my son to find out his preference.

    Thanks Mike, for pointing this out!

    Xaneth, thanks for helping me understand how the cases work!
     
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