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Topic # 29561 11-Jan-2009 21:08
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I have spent at least the last 2 days researching iphone cases.,
And do you know how many there are, and how many youtube reviews are on them lol

I have come down to the Griffin iClear or the Griffin wave.
Trouble is I have a skin on my iphone and am not sure these will fit.

any suggestions please




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  Reply # 188942 12-Jan-2009 11:54
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Don't know about the Griffins, but I grabbed the incase slider case.. it's a hardcase and feels pretty nice.  I had a full skin on it, but only needed the main screen to be protected so removed the skin.

Slider can be ordered from the apple website.

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  Reply # 189488 14-Jan-2009 12:02
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Heyya Josh,

Am looking at the at the same case (incase slider) - does it actually have a protective front on the thing? it's hard to tell in the photos.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 189489 14-Jan-2009 12:03
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No it doesn't, I kept the screen protector, the rest of the skin made the fit on the phone quite tight.




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  Reply # 189493 14-Jan-2009 12:19
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Ahh righto - thanks for that. Will have to look at possibly getting a Zagg or something similar for the screen.

Cheers

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  Reply # 189495 14-Jan-2009 12:29
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I had a red Griffin Wave for a 2nd gen iphone. Really cool looking case and good protection although it does add a little bit of size to the phone.



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  Reply # 191165 21-Jan-2009 22:54
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my partner has just purchased a switcheasy rebel case and its very cool
Its in black on black, feels great and does not really add that much bulk.

the reviews on this case are amazingly good.
and the protection it gives the phone is very good from what people are saying. And from a youtube review.

I am looking at the cherry colored one or the red one.

I love the ideal of changing just the spine of the case and changing the look of it.




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  Reply # 191204 22-Jan-2009 08:32
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guys what about the 2g? Mine had sustained some damage and I need to protect it. I wanted to cover it in the clear screen proctection stuff. They were on trademe agaes ago but havnt seen any in awhile




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  Reply # 191220 22-Jan-2009 09:39
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I'm getting a 16 GB iPhone today so I've been doing some research myself

so far the iSkin Revo2 case looks pretty promising, good reviews on both Apple and third party sites.





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  Reply # 191392 22-Jan-2009 21:49
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djpaubes: guys what about the 2g? Mine had sustained some damage and I need to protect it. I wanted to cover it in the clear screen proctection stuff. They were on trademe agaes ago but havnt seen any in awhile


Do you mean something like the InvisibleSHIELD? (or for the 3G one)





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