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seidio innocase or otterbox for moto droid?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Joewoowoo, Aug 8, 2010.


which case is better the innocase from seidio or the commuter case from otterbox ?

  1. Seidio innocase is superior

  2. Otterbox commuter case is superior

  3. both cases are equal

  4. Seidio case

  5. niether one of the cases is good , I use.........

  1. Joewoowoo

    Joewoowoo Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Which case do you believe is a better case for the motorola droid ? the innocase from seidio or the otterbox commuter series case ?

  2. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    Otterbox hands down! I went through 5 seidio cases that kept coming loose and would squeek and annoy the crap out of me on my phone. On top of that, their customer service reps are not the brightest at all. I ended up just giving my case to one of my friends I was so sick of it.

    I have the otterbox for over 2 months now and I am loving it! It covers all of your ports nicely with silocone, yet has the hard shell for the rest of the phone. It is a bit bulkier then the seido, but way worth it in my opinion.
  3. global2

    global2 Well-Known Member

    I have had the Innocase since April and love everything about it. I ordered it with the desktop cradle after I realized Verizon sold me a case that didn't work with docks. I purchased the sapphire blue, which looks classy for my business use, but I really love the fact that it is not slippery and that you can dock it with the case on. Haven't splurged for the car dock yet. I use the dock that Verizon sold me and use rubber bands to keep my Droid attached for travel GPS/Navigation - not classy!!
  4. kratos

    kratos Back on my throne!!!
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  5. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian

    Your poll allows me to select multiple items....
  6. holmgren

    holmgren Well-Known Member

    i selected all of them just to be a jerk :p haha. but honestly i can only give you an opinion on the seidio innocase. I liked it for the first few months, but i noticed it was hard to use the top rows on the physical keyboard, and can only assume the otterbox is worse considering it looks much thicker. I now have it off and use no case at all. I am willing to sell it if you so choose :D
  7. monsterenergy22

    monsterenergy22 Android Enthusiast

    I honestly have no problems what so ever using the top row of keys with my otterbox. I don't have the smallest fingers and I am able to type just fine with the case on
  8. kratos

    kratos Back on my throne!!!
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    Using the top row of my physical keyboard took some getting used to with the shell and holster. However, since I have started using swype, I think I have forgotten how to type normally.

  9. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian

    Amen to that!

    I too use the shell / holster combination, and I so rarely use the physical KB it's pathetic. Swype has made me an addict....
  10. thebarbrr

    thebarbrr Well-Known Member

    The otterbox is a great case but on some the top faceplate comes to small which causes it to crack at the top after couple of days to weeks of use...i have had 4 replacements from otterbox...there is a thread in droid forums dot net where otterbox commutercase users for the droid are addressing this. If it wasnt for that it would be the best case ever..the best thing about it is that it doesnt affect sliding to open keyboard at all.
  11. stearic

    stearic Well-Known Member

    I can say from personal experience that the otterbox is much better then the innocase. The one from seidio is more of a thin shell compared tot he otterbox which has a much thicker plastic case and has a rubber shell to the bottom part of the case as well.

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