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    February 26, 2014
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Overall Rating: 
2  /  5
2  /  5
DISAPPOINTED in Note 3 Case--others were great
Date:February 26, 2014
Location: Roanoke, VA
Protection: 
3  /  5
3  /  5
Design: 
1  /  5
1  /  5
Quality: 
2  /  5
2  /  5
I purchased the Otterbox for my Samsung Galaxy Note 3 after having a great experience with my purchase of the two types of Otterbox cases for my Motorola Droid X2. I believe I had the Impact and the Defender cases.
The case for the Galaxy Note 3 is of lesser quality and poorer design. It is difficult to get in and out of the holster. The plastic has sharp edges and feels cheaper. It dropped out of a jacket I picked up, falling less than three feet, and the clip that attaches to your belt just snapped off. The circular base of the clip was only connected to the holster base in ONE SPOT rather than the entire circle . I have tried to superglue it back on around the entire circle and hope it lasts long enough until a replacement that I am buying outright gets shipped to me. I am unable to file a warranty since I forgot to take pictures prior to gluing it back on. But I am pretty sure I will have the opportunity when it breaks again!
Pros: decent coverage
Cons: Low quality, Not durable, poor design, cheap plastic quality
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Battery swapping Samsung Galaxy Note 3?

I swap the battery out on an almost daily basis. Is it a fairly easy process and one that will not damage the otterbox over time (meaning approx 1 year of daily removal and replacement)?
I think that the constant removal of the case to exchange batteries will stretch the rubber outer skin and likely tear it. Make also wear the "locking" joints of the hard case.
4 months, 4 weeks ago
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fizzy
Roanoke, VA
 

how do i get case open

Take rubber case off first. Then you need to find all the area that lock the hard front and back case together. There are about 6 of them. Those areas need to be pulled apart with your finger nails.
4 months, 4 weeks ago
by
fizzy
Roanoke, VA