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  1. bdjaddy

    bdjaddy Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Are there any, in this fine crowd, that can suggest a good (not cheap) rubber case for my new Titanium GS2

    Thank you.
     

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  2. systemofadown

    systemofadown Well-Known Member

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    I use the Body Glove "Drop Suit" ... I found this to be the perfect case. Not too bulky like an otterbox, not cheaply made like some you just regret buying after 5 min's use.
     
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    bdjaddy Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks SoaD. I'll look it up

    Serj rules!
     
  4. systemofadown

    systemofadown Well-Known Member

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    No problem Sir, I happened across it at Walmart of all places... its labled as the Sprint modle be sure that's the model your looking for to avoid a headache :) ....Edit.... sadly I can't find this case online with the few searches I did.. I have seen them still offered at Walmart on the shelves..
     
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    FLAWLESSVW Well-Known Member

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    I was at my local WalMart today and they had this case (Body Glove Drop Suit - Sprint SGS2).

    I agree that you can't find this thing searching online but wanted to let anyone interested know that there may be a few stragglers out there in your local WM.
     
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    primo7808 Active Member

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    I second the otterbox. Definitely the way to go
     
  9. Codegerm

    Codegerm Well-Known Member

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    I feel torn on getting a case. I have liked the Otterbox for past phones. However, I do like that this phone slips in one's pocket so nicely.


    Codegerm
     
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  10. systemofadown

    systemofadown Well-Known Member

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    otterbox kills the slim size, that's for sure - so does my suggestion... its funny, they make these tiny, slim, fragile device's just so we can be overprotective parents & Up Armor them to the Maxx turning them into bulky tanks that can survive falls we couldn't lol
     
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    Codegerm Well-Known Member

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    Yeah unlike the old Nextel I used to have for work. that little DOD compliant phone just didn't even care if it was dropped. I could throw it across the room into a wall (and have on occasion), and it still worked fine LOL
     
  12. FLAWLESSVW

    FLAWLESSVW Well-Known Member

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    I'm with CG and system...
    I keep a full skin on it (Best Skins Ever, just like Zagg/Invisible Sheild) to protect from scratches. I bought the Body Glove case from WalMart. It is sweet but I still rock it 99% of the time naked (aside from the skin).

    I work in an office. Worst case scenario, it falls 1.5 feet onto carpet. If we're doing some outdoor stuff I slip the Body Glove case on but it's just so nice in its birthday suit. Just don't see a need to make the phone 2 inches bigger in every direction!
     
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    I agree! I have the Body Glove Drop suit as well... It IS big... but... Worth it! :D

     

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    The otterbox commuter is a lot slimmer than the defender and still provides plenty of protection. It also allows it to fit nicely in your pocket without being a pain to take out.
     
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    systemofadown Well-Known Member

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    [​IMG][/IMG] I'll try & upload the DropSuit, its a bit smaller than the one shown (I think there are a couple models).[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    Otter box... for sure. I think mine is the commuter.
     
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    I bought this one (link) and have been nothing but happy with it. Less than 4 bucks total.
     
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    damn. 4 bucks? My otter box costed me like 35
     
  20. Codegerm

    Codegerm Well-Known Member

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    Well I would say the Otter Box is worth it though. I had one on the Blackberry I used to have. The case took a beating falling off of ladder heights onto the concrete etc, and the phone still looked like new when I gave it to my friend.
     
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    Can you fit a normal headphone jack into this? I've had a case before where I couldn't use a normal 3.5mm headphone with the case on...sucked..
     
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    Codegerm Well-Known Member

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    Bluetooth!!!!! :)
     
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    shezzy Well-Known Member

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    still wanna know if it works with normal headphone jack..not looking to kill battery anymore w bluetooth and dont own bt headphones anyway
     
  24. dthomas510

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    I have one on mine and have no problem with the headphone jack. The piece that covers it is plenty big, probably about 1/2 wide
     
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  25. greg schmeg

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    The otterbox allows for headphone jack. Theres also a rubber piece that covers the recepticle when not in use.
     

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