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 HTC One Defender Series case
HTC One Defender Series case
The Defender Series HTC One case is built with your active and chaotic life in mind.
 
Overall Rating: 
4  /  5
4  /  5
great case for kids
Date:September 24, 2013
Location: dallas,TX
Age: 25-34
Gender: male
Protection: 
5  /  5
5  /  5
Design: 
5  /  5
5  /  5
Quality: 
5  /  5
5  /  5
great case the ports are covered which i love, i have 3 kids under 5 years. i have broken the holster 3 times, the plastic tab that holds it breaks off. im giving up on the holster. i also take the plastic screen protector off, it takes away from the phones great lcd(my opinion), i dont like screen protectors. but it does offer added protection from splashes and such. you may ask why not buy the cheaper commuter case, but i prefer that my ports are covered in case my kids drop food or water on it. the silicone/rubber keeps it from slipping through my fingers, also the added thickness helps my kids hold on to it. the case is desighned near perfection not covering any sensors or microphone holes and the warranty they offer is bar none the best in the industry.
Pros: High quality, Durable, covered ports, case perfectly aligned with microphones/sensors, outer rubber adds perfect grip, otterbox warranty, great protection
Cons: holster tab breaks on me
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 HTC One Defender Series case
HTC One Defender Series case
The Defender Series HTC One case is built with your active and chaotic life in mind.
 

Want to know which Htc one otter box to order for the At&t phone

otter box
i would by the defender series for the port covers, that is just me. you can always take off the plastic screen protector, i did, go nude screen or use another brand (amzer or skinomi) if you like screen protectors. but the lint from a pocket or maybe rain water from running to a building wont enter the headphone jack or micro usb port. defender all the way, but it is a slight bit thicker and wider.
6 months ago
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rmartjr
dallas,TX