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Accessories rubber plugs for hdmi. micro usb

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by waterdroid, Jul 27, 2010.

  1. waterdroid

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    Here is a new request i work im the water utility feild and love using this phone no matter. How carefull i am i wory about getting water from my hands. Into these ports. I m looking. For molded rubber caps that would be low profilethat will keep dust water and if dirt if you make money making these i just want my set free ok
    love the x awsome phone
     

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    Have you looked at Otterbox Defender or Seidio Rugged? I think either would provide some of the protection that you're looking for. Neither case has been released yet, but Seidio should be close.
     
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    +1 for Otterbox Defender...thing will make the X practically indestructible, not to mention a brick in your pocket (damn things can add some bulk).

    Unfortunately neither offerings from Otterbox or Sedeio are currently available, but are coming soon.
     
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    FWIW, the Seidio Rugged won't actually put a plug into the opening (not the same as the otterbox at least), rather it is just a rubber flap that covers it.
     
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    It's not out yet, right?
     
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    Are you asking me??

    If so, the wife has a Seidio Rugged for her Evo.
     
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    I think Steven was referring to the Droid X, and no, it is not.
     
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    Got it! :) I was wondering why he would be asking me... I don't even own an X!

    It's been a LONG day
     
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    +1 for Otterbox. I had one on my Blackberry and it felt undistructable once it was on. All of the controls/buttons were easly usable and the ports were all covered, even the headphone jack.

    I do agree with other posts that it does add some bulk, but not too much and if the case will be anything like the Blackberry case I had then it will come with a holster you can attach to your belt which helps a lot.

    I would definitely wait for the Otterbox and keep it in mind for a very viable option.
     
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    Check out modDIY.com

    Covers available for all connector types, around US$0.5/pc only
     
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    Sucks that these guys want $20 to ship a few ounces of covers I want.
     

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