Got the Seidio Rugged ComboAccessories


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  1. Smudgie

    Smudgie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    All I have to say is.....AWESOME! I am so glad that I decided not to wait for the Otterbox (that may never come anyways). It does not add a lot of bulk to the phone and really does a good job at keeping it protected. This case I highly recommend!!!
     

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  2. Zomb!e

    Zomb!e Well-Known Member

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    I'm still on the fence between the active and the rugged. I wouldn't mind the extra bulk the rugged causes. I'm also tired of waiting for Otterbox to release something.
     
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    Smudgie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah, the extra bulk of the Rugged gives a nice feel of the phone. It gives it a more solid feel.
     
  4. Lyons1747

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    I got one of the Rugged add-on kits for the innocase II, and I have to say I am impressed. I was a big otterbox fan after having one on my blackberry, but since otterbox put the incredible on the back burner and have showed no interest ever getting a case made I have had to forget about them. I wear the phone while at work at the fire station and I am happy to have the locking feature on the holster. It does add a little more bulk to the phone but with a seidio 1750 battery it still cant be any bigger that an the extended battery with larger back covers. My only complaint is the little cover for the camera lens. I think it works great for protecting the lens, but damn if have the hardest time getting this thing open. If you are a guy with big fingers and you have short fingernails, you are up s**t creek trying to get that thing open. I might have to cut it off, well see. But for another 20 bucks its a great addition to the innocase II system.
     
  5. Bearly

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    Pictures, anyone?
     
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    Colchicine Well-Known Member

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    I agree with the others. I tried just using the Innocase this week and now prefer to use the Rugged full time. Even if I'm not out in the field, it still provides the best protect if I were to drop it in the office, where all of the floors are either concrete or tile.

    My lens cover has been removed, and since the lens is so far recessed into the case, I don't have to worry about putting my fingers on it. I keep my fingers real short, so I couldn't ever get the cover open anyway.
     
  7. justbrae1

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    Oh my.. you cut your fingers? :eek:
     
  8. calaski8123

    calaski8123 Active Member

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    I really want to get the rugged case but I also want to get one of the extended batteries. Does anyone know if that will work with some modifications? I was wondering if I left the cover off of the extended battery if the rugged case would fit?

    Lyons1747 - I see you have the 1750 battery... does it make any difference over the stock one? I can't get past 6 PM with the stock one... it blows big time. Even with having it plugged it when I can in the office (via USB) it still is completely dead before bedtime.

    I need both the battery and the rugged case and I'm not sure what to do.

    Jim
     

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