1. kcmo's Avatar
    I tried a silicone skin when I had my 8320 and liked it at first but then stopped using it.

    When I was on a call it started to sort of catch on my hair (I'm a gal with hair just past my shoulders) and pull which hurt....eventually I went back to an old leather case.

    Any chance that the OEM silicone cases are different? I'm asking because the one I'd bought was an aftermarket one I think.

    I'm thinking about which skin to get for my new 8900....will likely go with the Seidio Innocase II or maybe the OEM silicone if it's recommended.

    Any thoughts?

    Thanks!
    02-17-09 04:05 PM
  2. ldybug84's Avatar
    I am a gal had the same experience with the silicone with pulling my hair and not to mention it attracted every piece of lint in my purse

    But I will be ordering the seidio 2 , I don't currently own it but it looks nice and the reviews are great.

    If you get one let me know how you like it

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    02-17-09 04:23 PM
  3. kcmo's Avatar
    I am a gal had the same experience with the silicone with pulling my hair and not to mention it attracted every piece of lint in my purse

    But I will be ordering the seidio 2 , I don't currently own it but it looks nice and the reviews are great.

    If you get one let me know how you like it

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    Funny thing is that the 8900 I just got is a replacement for my first which had issues. I had bought the Innocase II for it but never used it (sent it back for a refund) because I sent the phone back. Looks like I'm running in circles since I'll likely buy one to USE!
    02-17-09 04:27 PM
  4. fatboy97's Avatar
    I like a silicone skin while at home, but in a leather horizontal holster at work... looks more professional at work... thought I might get rid of the skin when I finally found a holster, but I kind of like the feel of the skin around the house or going out and sticking it in my pocket.
    02-17-09 07:21 PM
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