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Rugged protective LG G2 case helps prevent damage and wear and tear.
 
Overall Rating: 
5  /  5
5  /  5
Good, Sturdy and Functional case.
Date:March 17, 2014
Age: 25-34
Gender: male
Easy to put on, take off, clean and operate. The case seems really secure to the phone and although I have not dropped it that much the minor drops or knocks have been handled with ease by the case and no damage to the phone or function of the phone has been noticed.
Minor annoyance is with the protective screen is not flat right next to the screen of the phone. A very small gap is there and noticeable when tapping on the phone; however really does not affect the operation when using the phone. But it does allow small bits of dust to get under it and it has to be cleaned. However it's only a minor annoyance because it is really easy to take out of the case, clean and put back in; less than 2 minutes.
The belt clip is great and works very well. Holds the phone tight to my side and protects the screen. It also allows you to have the screen facing out or the screen up against the hard case for better protection. If they made is swivel would be the only other thing I think would have made it better.
Overall a good, functional case that protects, feels good and looks good while giving easy access to all the features and the phone itself.
Pros: High quality, Durable, looks good, easy access to all ports and features, easy to put on and take off.
Cons: tiny gap b/w screen and protective cover
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Rugged protective LG G2 case helps prevent damage and wear and tear.
 

In regards to the screen protector being a hassle, is it easily removeable?

After reading reviews about the screen protector making the phone difficult to use due to an air-gap in the fitment, my question is whether that built-in screen protector could easily be removed from the case and if I could just apply my own stand-alone screen protector from another manufacturer?
I haven't tried it but I thought about it. However I haven't had that much trouble with it just some cleaning every 2 or so weeks; takes less than 2 minutes.

However upon inspection of the case, it seems the cover is just glued in on the insides of the case and with a small amount of pressure you could easily remove it. Clean up the left over residue and use your own screen protector.
9 months ago
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Calog