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Seidio Active Case Combo for HTC One Review @ TestFreaks - PCSTATS.com Seidio Active Case Combo for HTC One Review @ TestFreaks
Fri, Jun 14 2013 | 8:21AM | Filed under: Mobile Devices| PermaLink Posted by: STAFF

The HTC One is a remarkable phone, its a nicely made device, just gorgeous really, but its thin and I think its rather fragile. I know I wouldnt want to drop it from any height at all without fear of damage. Such a nice looking device as the HTC One needs to be protected, the phone just looks very nice and it would be a shame for anything to damage those great looks so this is certainly one phone that needs a rugged and durable case to protect it to keep it looking so good. One such case is what I have for review today from Seidio, the case is the Active and what I have is actually the combination set which actually includes the case and a handy holster so it will always be handy right on your hip. The case itself is two parts, an inner soft rubber layer and an outer hard plastic layer which together provide excellent protection for the phone inside. The case also has a built-in metal kickstand so you can set the phone up and view it easily and comfortably. The second part of the set is the holster which is made from hard plastic, it features a spring lock to hold the phone in place no matter what youre doing. The case does have one small flaw though, read on to learn more. "

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