Is this sufficient protection for my Droid?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by androidnewb, Jan 3, 2010.

  1. androidnewb

    androidnewb Member
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    Just switched to the Droid from the Eris and it's goin well so far.

    I'm usually pretty careful with my phone, keep it in a pocket all by itself and don't usually put it in any sort of danger. I also have VZW insurance.

    I bought the VZW clear plastic hard case (I'm assuming hard and soft both protect a similar amount) and the VZW screen protector. This should be sufficient to protect my phone from maybe a drop or two from waist height and accidental scratches?
     

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  2. barry99705

    barry99705 Well-Known Member
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    Scratches, most likely, except for the soft buttons on the screen, the cover doesn't cover them. Drops, probably not. There's no cushion, it's just a hard plastic cover. The shock will be transmitted to the phone. Probably be okay if it lands on a flat surface of the phone, though the odds are pretty much the same as winning the lottery.....
     
  3. androidnewb

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    Hmm so would a soft rubbery cover be better for the Droid? Would the Seidio Innocase be better? Don't want a wallet style case.
     
  4. androidnewb

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  5. meekrab

    meekrab Well-Known Member
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    Probably.
     
  6. Optimus

    Optimus Well-Known Member
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    If you're paying insurance i'd go naked.
     
  7. VeryApe

    VeryApe Well-Known Member
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    Agreed. It's like gambling, gets the blood pumping!
     
  8. GorillaTheHutt

    GorillaTheHutt Well-Known Member
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    personally, i encased my droid in a solid block of concrete. anything else is just too risky.
     

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