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Accessories List of all HTC Evo Cases.

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jynx, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. jynx

    jynx Well-Known Member
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    Im looking to get a case for my evo. What have you guys had the best experience with?

    I am looking for something on the more durable side.

    Here are a list of the popular ones I have found.

    Otterbox Impact Series Case MSRP: $19.95

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    Otterbox Commuter Series Case MSRP: $34.95

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    Otterbox Defender Series Case MSRP: $49.95

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    Casemate Tough Case MSRP: $29.99

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    Casemate Barely There Case MSRP: $19.99

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    Casemate Gelli Case MSRP: $14.99

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    Body Glove Snap On Case MSRP: $29.99

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    Body Glove Snap On Case MSRP: 24.99

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    Trident Cyclops MSRP: $34.95

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    Innocase Rugged Holster Combo MSRP: $49.95

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    Innocase Active MSRP: $29.95

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    Innocase II MSRP: $29.95

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  2. overclock

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    The Body Glove snap case is worthless. It will break. Mine did. Matter of fact, Sprint knows this and if you take a broken one back they will credit you towards another case.

    The Otterbox Commuter is no better than a TPU. I had one on my Evo. I took it off when the phone got hot while using it for navigation. Just not for me.

    I have a Otterbox Defender on the way. Problem is that I love streaking. A naked phone just feels so good. Light and sleek. I doubt I'll even put the Defender on.
     
  3. chrischoi

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    Seidio Innocase Active - Limited Edition - Amazon.com exclusive.
     
  4. nelonez

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    I highly recommend the Trident Cyclops.... Thats what I am currently using and it provides the best protection all around..:D
     
  5. Willing to sell your Otterbox, then?
     
  6. tony starks

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    any one of these would work with a 3500 mah extended battery
     
  7. Mr. Ed

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    ^ no

    From the reviews here only two of those would be worth considering....the trident and the rugged. The biggest complaint on the rugged being the added bulk.

    For a nearly full list of all cases search evo case on amazon
    Remember the most expensive isn't always best.

    I gave up on cases when I got the extended battery
     
  8. SoSickSilvia

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    if i could go no case i would. but for peace of mind, i got the casemate barely there case. love it. i had the one that you can buy at sprint with the two colors that connect together. hated itt because it made the phone way to bulky
     
  9. Minnis

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    Seidio Rugged comes with the Innocase II. It's definitely worth it.
     
  10. drexappeal

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  11. I like the Seidio Innocase Rugged holster combo. I can just use the very slim profile Innocase (with holster) when I don't need so much protection, but when I do need it I can just put the Rugged additional layers on it and use that holster with it. It might be a little pricey compared to the others, but you're basically getting two cases and two holsters (and my came with screen protectors, too).
     
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