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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sleemie, Apr 10, 2012.

  1. sleemie

    sleemie Member
    Thread Starter

    I tried doing a search of the forum for Seidio to avoid a duplicate post, but didn't really find any good information. I had a Seidio case for my original droid and loved it, but I really like the feel of my nekkid rezound and really don't want to mess with it too much, but I don't feel completely comfortable unprotected. Although I liked the Seidio for the droid, I would not like that same hard feel for the rezound, I would prefer something that is more form fitting and softer and not as rigid and hard feeling like the one for the droid.

    So, the question is have they changed it for the droid and made it more form fitting and softer or is it still as hard as the old one?

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  2. Legobricke

    Legobricke Well-Known Member

    I'm currently using the Seidio Active for my Rezound...

    It's a combo of hard and soft...

    Coming from the Dinc and a hard case for that, I'm pretty happy with the Active case.


  3. sleemie

    sleemie Member
    Thread Starter

    When I first looked at them on their site a few days ago I was leaning more towards the other model because it seems less bulky, but after reading about the active it seems that one may be better so I just ordered one, the blue one. Hope I like it.
  4. Mayfield88

    Mayfield88 Lurker

    I was looking at the Black Seidio Active myself, but decided to go with the Otterbox Commuter instead. I liked the look of it more than anything and I needed a change. I used Seidio 'Surface" cases on both my Dinc and Dinc 2 and they were great cases.

    Especially with the clip. I dropped and my Dinc 2 all the way down the steps with the case and clip on and it was like nothing happened to the phone at all it was so protected. I will miss the clip, since my version of the Otterbox doesnt offer a clip.

    I'm getting used to the OBox, buy I may still pick a Seidio in case I need a clip.
  5. Brent372

    Brent372 Well-Known Member

    I have a Seidio Active on my Atrix 4G (blue because it is AT&T) and my Rezound (red because it is Verizon). Had one on my DInc as well. Wouldn't use anything else.
  6. Mayfield88

    Mayfield88 Lurker

    I didn't like how they went to the bright red for the rezound case. They had a darker red for the Dinc.
  7. Legobricke

    Legobricke Well-Known Member

    The colors are darker than what they show...

    I'm using the blue active case on my Resound it it's more of a sapphire or midnight blue.

    Same color as the blue that was on my Dinc.

  8. OilburnerdDE

    OilburnerdDE Newbie

    I to had/have a Siedio case holster combo on my OG droid and BlackBerry before that.
    Have the Surface case/holster for my Rezound. I stuck with what I like. If I had the chance to actually get my hands on the Active pre-purchanse to get a feel for its size, I might have went that route.
  9. Brent372

    Brent372 Well-Known Member

    I had the "red" on my DINC and now have it on my Rez.
    It is indeed a brighter red on the Rez. Not a really bright red, just not as dark as the one on the DINC.
  10. sleemie

    sleemie Member
    Thread Starter

    I'm loving my case! I didn't think I would like the rubbery feel, but whatever they do with their surfaces to make them feel so soft and smooth sure makes it feel nice and not so rubbery. After getting used to this I probably wouldn't like the feel of it nekkid like I used to think I HAD to have.
  11. Mayfield88

    Mayfield88 Lurker

    Glad you like your new case. I'm definetly a Seidio fan. Did you get the Active or the Surface?
  12. Mayfield88

    Mayfield88 Lurker

    Glad you like your new case. I'm definetly a Seidio fan. Did you get the Active or the Surface?
  13. Aveamantium

    Aveamantium Newbie

    I got the black Seidio Active case and it is great. Doesn't add much bulk at all (Compared to the Otterbox Defender I had for my DInk). Also, it greatly improves access to the volume and power buttons as I think these are hard to press on the Rezound.

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