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Topic # 114427 19-Feb-2013 20:49 Send private message

Hi All,

I've recently gotten into the smart phone world - yeah alright so I'm a bit of a late-comer.

Anyway - how amazing. I'm on the Android, the Mrs is on an iPhone. We take them all over the place and have found so many uses.

I'm struggling to find any decent waterproof cases so that we can take them to the beach and maybe have a bit of a laugh in and around the sea. We're also quite into kayaking, so it'd be neat to get some pics when out and about. I've seen some hard cases before but I know that you cant use the screen if its in water, i.e. for getting some underwater pics.

Let me know if you have any recommendations. I'll keep looking around and will post back if I find anything.

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  Reply # 765996 19-Feb-2013 21:37 Send private message

I use the LifeProof case on my 4s, its saved my phone on a few occasions. More than happy with it. I hear the iPhone 5 version is not so great though

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  Reply # 766007 19-Feb-2013 21:55 Send private message

Please follow up in the other topic. Please do not create duplicate topics.




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