The OtterBox Commuter Series for the BlackBerry Curve 8300 Series is a perfect on-the-go accessory for everyday handheld technology users. Safeguarding the screen from scratches and the corners from bumps and shocks this style case offers sleek design with reliable strength.
• BlackBerry Curve 8300
• BlackBerry Curve 8310
• BlackBerry Curve 8320
• BlackBerry Curve 8330
• Access to all buttons and features
• Silicone plugs provide coverage for ports
• Includes a self-adhering protective film
• Self-adhering clear screen protector
• Durable silicone skin
• High-quality polycarbonate outer shell
Case provides added protection against bump and shock. Case is NOT protective against water.
This is a sleek and contemporarily designed bump and shock protective case for your Blackberry Curve phone.
Now this isn't as rugged and robust as the Defender series of case, but then again it isn't meant to be. This case is more designed for those that work in more safer enviroments such as offices, and possibly on the road sales reps.
Like the Defender this is again a two-part case, however this one goes together in the reverse order to the Defender. First the silicon cover is applied to the phone and then it gets clipped/inserted into the thin, but durable polycarbonate shell.
This is a great little number and protects the phone from most of the little knocks and bumps a phone can encounter in and around the office, such as being shoved around the desk, bumping around in the briefcase and the odd tumble off the desk.
This case is perfect for the average commuter hence the name
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