you ever wanted the protection of a Ti
Slider but couldn't afford the extra cash to for it? If so, another
product from RhinoSkin, the ShockSuit
SportCase, could be right up your alley.
The ShockSuit is an industrial-looking
case that comes in three different colors: black, bright blue, and gray.
It is specially designed to have padding in the places most likely to hit
the ground right before you say "uh-oh." As part of its special design,
each corner has a slightly rounded bulge instead of a hard corner to increase
front of the case has the RhinoSkin
logo and two shock absorbers running vertically along the case. The
back has the ring that attaches to the a beltclip and two more shock absorbers.
The right side of the case is where the stylus can be held for quick access.
At the bottom of the ShockSuit is an opening where you can connect a HotSync
cable, making this case convenient for travelers. The Visor slides
in from the top and can be easily removed by opening the case and pressing
up through the cutout on the bottom.
A flap on the front is attached via
velcro and opens up and over the back of the case, allowing one to use
his or her Visor without the flap getting in the way. The flap has
a felt lining on the inside to help prevent any accidental scratches when
the ShockSuit is closed.
The ShockSuit has a design that is
unlike any other case available for the Visor. When people see you
wearing this, they'll definitely want to know what it is. This is
a good case for those who want great protection but who don't have the
money for something like the Ti
Slider. Because of its unique design, students or people who
enjoy the outdoors may find the blue version attractive, although those
in a business environment may want to go with one of the black or gray
models. This case offers very good protection for the price; if you
want the best protection in a beltcase, the ShockSuit is the one to get.
When the flap is folded back, it
is very easy to hold the ShockSuit and use the Visor. The stylus
holder will be necessary for those who have the stock stylus, but if you
have the PDA
Panache custom stylus, you can still keep it in the silo and still
get to it easily. My only wish for this case is that the clips that
hold the stylus would have been designed differently. I'm worried
that one good bump against something and the stylus could pop out; however,
you can always keep the stock stylus inside the silo and lift the Visor
slightly out of the case by pushing from the bottom if you are concerned
with accidental bumps.
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