Otterbox?

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  1. sublimewade

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    Ok dont have the rezound yet but is it possible to put the extended battery in without the back and cover with the otterbox only?

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    nope, tried it already, battery is freakin' huge.
     
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    Shoot

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    yeah, its a bummer, huge battery, but hardly no cases for it.
     
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    I too was looking at getting the extended battery, but havent yet because of this. I really need the otterbox protection in my field of work. Just throwing this out there, but would it be feasible to use a dremmel tool and cut the back out of where the stock cover is, and also on the plastic case of the otterbox. Esentially everything would still be protected, jus where the battery sits, would only have the rubber case part over it. If any of that makes sense to ya...lol I dont have the extended battery to compare, but in theory, I am thinking that it wouldnt protrude out any further than the case already is, and would still be protected from bumps, dings and dirt. What are your thoughts? Does anyone have the extended battery to where thicknesses could be guaged?
     
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    Uploadin some pics to my photobucket, will post link in a min, long story short, I don't think that will work lol, battery is just, huge lol.
     
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    Give the Rezound a chance with the regular battery. You may be surprised that it will get you through the day and just needs to be charged overnight.