- 04-23-2012, 02:21 PM #26iPhone Nanite
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If you're like me. . .yes
I tend to be able to tear up an anvil. So I use the mack daddy case AND have insurance. Sort of my life philosophy of I'd rather have it and not need it than need it and not have it.
PLUS, I hunt so I dig the Realtree™ camo pattern on my OB. That way the deer can't see me texting when it's slow. LOL!
Last edited by scottdennis; 04-23-2012 at 02:25 PM. Reason: Added thought
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- 04-24-2012, 08:31 AM #33
I used an Otterbox Defender for a while until I was required to carry a Blackberry for work - I elected to get a Speck PixelSkin case through the free Apple Bumper program and now I use that primarily.
I mostly use a case to give the phone some sort of adhesion on a table and so forth so it's not idly knocked off a tabletop or other smooth surface.
I don't use any sort of protective "skin" on the front surface - I had one at some point but found I appreciated the crispness of the display more without it.
I have a 4 (not a 4S) and am coming up on two years (picked up the 4 as a preorder so I had it on release date), and the phone still looks like new.
- 04-24-2012, 12:38 PM #34
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- 04-30-2012, 05:00 PM #36
I have my phone in a case about 99% of the time, mostly an otterbox. Yes, i realize it's just a phone, but to me it's more of an investment. I paid a decent amount of my money for this device, use it every day, plan on having it for a long time, and rely on it for communication and organization. Therefore, since it's one of the few material things that I have purchased, I feel the need to protect it as much as possible. Plus with my active lifestyle, better safe than sorry.
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