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Thread: With IS(full body) on, what cases will STILL fit?

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    Default With IS(full body) on, what cases will STILL fit?
    Hi all, thinking of giving my iPhone a new outlook. Wanna get an IS with some hardcase or anything that does well in protecting the phone. The case must be able to fit the phone with fullbody IS on. Anyone knows what are the cases that can fit even if i have IS on? Thanks!

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    Livin the iPhone Life Aiyo's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aiyo View Post
    incase slider
    Wow even with the full body shield on? I thought the incase slider is the case that fits tightly? Thanks for the tip.

    Anyone can offer my some advice? Wanna cover my phone with is+ another case... What case can i fit even with is on?
    Last edited by elhp11; 2008-06-11 at 07:02 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    I bought a silicone case which stretches perfectly over the IS Full Body. Each are like $1.50 (DealExtreme: $1.87 Silicone Case for iPhone (White)) and last about about a month or 2 before becoming loose from use.

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    I remember seeing a leather sleeve case, that would probably fit.

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    IS full body shouldn't make your iPhone thick at all. It's almost invisible to naked eye. Incase Slider would be the best in my opinion.

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