Iphone Bumber Fits DIncAccessories


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  1. k408

    k408 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I borrowed my friend's bumber from the Iphone and put it on the DInc.....it fitted perfectly....the only draw back was the volumn buttons didn't work since they were too fat apart on the DInc....it worked on volumn increase higher but not lower.....a few modifications and it should work real well with the DInc....just a head upif anyone wants to try :D
     

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  2. Bearly

    Bearly Well-Known Member

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    Cool, but $30 for a strip of (cheap) rubber?

    No thanks!

    Funny that it fits, though.
     
  3. UHF3

    UHF3 Well-Known Member

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    Luckily, I don't need one to make a phone call on my Dinc.


    It isn't that the volumn buttons too far apart on the DInc. The buttons on the *phone are too narrow.
     
  4. drPheta

    drPheta Well-Known Member

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    That means those Livestrong (and similar) bracelets will fit the DInc.
     
  5. yojoe600

    yojoe600 Well-Known Member

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    why would anyone want to put it on their phone? we can make phone calls fine...
     
  6. Taylored

    Taylored Well-Known Member

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    Could be useful as a bumper. Every time I drop my phone it lands on a corner. But I think a $.02 rubber band would do the same trick.
     
  7. Terabethia

    Terabethia Well-Known Member

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    kyler13 Well-Known Member

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    Ah. Thanks for that. And here I was trying to figure out what a "bumber" was.
     

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