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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by robersml, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. robersml

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    Did a Google search and haven't found any other than aesthetically displeasing generic, Wal-mart cases.

    Are there any waterproof cases out there?

    There's a chance Otterbox may be planning one for the Maxx HD. I plan to call them soon to find out.
     

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    You should get the Galaxy S4 Active, no water protective case required!
     
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    Yea no problem.... I'll just run out and buy another $700 phone, switch to AT&T, and forget that I even have my Maxx HD which I also paid $700 for. Why, thank you very much for your most helpful advice.
     
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    I'm not sure about cases that are made to be waterproof, but I dropped my maxx hd in the toilet with my incipio case.
    The phone was completely dry under the case and thankfully unharmed!! Albeit the phone wasn't in there very long but I was very impressed with the "waterproofness" of this case!
     
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    Definition of a "micro second" the amount of time that elapses from when ones Maxx hits the toilet water to the point that it is pulled free from the swirly abyss. :)
     
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    Take a d4 or d8 uk dive light, remove guts and put the phone in. That should be good to 300+feet. That would be the cheapest way to have a waterproof case. Same problem with modern car keys that are electronic. Ive given up on waterproof dive watches. They flood anyway.
     

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