Seidio case for Motorola Droid 1

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  1. Fletchi18

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    I have had my case for my about 7 months and it is starting to fall off constantly. I have only pulled the back piece off about 3-4 times and it seems that every time I do, it does not stay on as well as it used to.

    I had a case for my BB Pearl that I used to beat the daylights out of and it is still working today (about 3 years old!) and my wife's case for her Eris is snug as the day she bought it.

    Has anyone else seen this with the Innocase?
     
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    Yup my seidio case is laying on my dresser not being used. It wont stay on at all anymore. I'm very disappointed in the design.

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    i dont use the case
     
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    I've had no problems with looseness on the part of Seidio cases on either my Droid 1 or on the Droid Incredible. My Droid 1 Innocase is not currently in use, but that's because it's designed to use with the Seidio extended battery and I don't have that battery currently installed.

    Have you contacted Seidio and asked them for a replacement case?

    -Mike
     
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    Yeah, I contacted them and they denied my request. I guess I wont make the mistake of purchasing their junk any more. I just put my cheapie Verizon case back on my phone and it fits perfectly. Maybe Seidio should learn something from them.
    I used to rave about them. I recommended them to many of my friends and a ton of coworkers. Looks likewise wont be doing that any more!!
    Anyone have any recommendations for something better than Seidio junk?
     
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    If you want a good quality case, check out Otterbox. Do it through Amazon.Com, because they're usually less expensive.

    -Mike
     
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    I've had mine since I got my Droid 1 last April and it's been working great since the day I bought it, never comes off unless I take it off. Otterbox is great...for other phones. I read the reviews for their case for the Droid 1 on their website and it seems the front plate seems to snap and break and it just doesn't stay on. Sorry to hear your Innocase isn't working out for you. :/
     
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    I admit I've had it on since only June, but I have the Seidio case for the extended battery. It's been fine so far.
     
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    Follow-Up: I decided it was time to play around with the Seidio extended battery and case once again, so I hauled it out an installed the battery, the extended back part and the extended case. So far, everything fits snugly. In fact, I wonder if you really need to have both the extended battery cover AND the extended case. It's a very snug fit, but I suppose that's a good thing.

    I'll let you guys know if I run into any issues with the Seidio case, this time around.

    -Mike
     
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    Had my seido case since last December, still running as good as the day I got it. It gets taken off and put back on every other day.
     
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    I have the same set-up extended battery/innocase and holster - two of the clips on the bottom side of the Innocase have broken leaving the case loose but the extended battery still holds it (somewhat) intact - the downfall is, if I remove the Innocase the Device no longer fits in the holster - Catch 20/20
     
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    That's the way mine is except all of the clips are broken except one. my front one would still stay on fine, but the rear one is what does most of the protecting
     
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