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Old October 31st, 2013, 08:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Found Seidio Holster fit for the Maxx

Hoping the mods will keep this here. I know there's a case thread but I thought that this was deserving its own post.

Found a compatible Seidio holster. The Dilex (previosly known as the Active) Holster for the S4 Active is a good fit for the Maxx with the Verizon Griffin Reveal Case.

With this thin case there is a small amount of play in each direction, somewhere between 1-2mm. I filled some of that up with the fuzzy side of some self adhesive Velcro. I'm guessing with a slightly larger generic silicone case it may fit perfect without the velcro. I have a Diztronic case coming on Monday and I can update the results if anyone is interested.

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Old November 7th, 2013, 10:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have tested the Seidio holster made for the S4 Active. It fits well with the Maxx in Verizon Reveal, Cruzerlite, and Ditzteonic. The Cruzerlite is near perfect fit, the Reveal and Ditzteonic need a very small piece of thin material placed at the bottom of the case to take up some extra space.
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I will vouch to that, after seeing your post I ordered one myself and just got it tonight. I have the OEM case from the Verizon combo on it and it's a perfect fit for the holster, tried it also with my bumper case but it's about a millimeter to big! Thanks for your help...
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How much stuffing would I have to glue onto the edges to make this work with a bare (caseless) Maxx?
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Not a whole lot cause its not that much play maybe a millimeter or two. To be honest I'm not gonna try to alter mine to work with my phone naked, I'm pretty happy using a thin case with the holster..
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I've actually become so *completely* adjusted to not having a Seidio holster for my phone I anticipate I will never purchase another item from them again!
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