best case for ipod touch?

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  1. parth6512

    parth6512 New Member

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    Hello Everyone,

    I just bought a new ipod touch and now looking for new case to protect it. I currently use Belkin leather case but not really satisfied with it. I am looking for a light weight and thin case. I want case that doesn't cover the edges and the home button of the ipod. I like incase slider but that covers the edges on the sides. Its hard to use keyboard when edges are covered. Please advice me to best case that fits my needs

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  2. yoyorks

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    have you actually tried typing with the incase slider? i think it gives the most room out of every single case i've ever tried
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    Yeah I have the incase slider and you can type fine with it its a great case.
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    PaulK0512 Banned

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    for me,

    Belkin's cases are great,

    and i recommend griffin cases.
  5. Clownassasin

    Clownassasin New Member

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    CapsuleTouch! lol i love this thing to death, its strong, it does cover the edges, but it comes with 2 screen protectors, one for front, and one for back, its not heavy, and comes in a variety of colors
  6. yoyorks

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    but the screen protectors arent sticky and rise off the screen
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    Clownassasin New Member

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    oh, those are just screen covers, i dont use those, i got the black capsuletouch and it came with that tinted screen protector and its fine for me
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    I'd recommend the Griffin iClear, it's a see-through plastic case. It's a pretty solid case, hasn't come loose at all. It is a bit tricky to get off though, you have to use a quarter or something to open it (there's a notch in the bottom of the case to insert the object to open it). It comes with a screen protector that covers the whole front but I didn't use that one instead I bought that screen care kit also made by Griffin, that one came with 5 screen protectors of the same size and it fits perfectly with the iClear case.
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    SwitchEasy Capsule Touch! FTW FTW
    or make it yourself for 5 minutes with a slip on tennis grip....Your choice
  10. RenegadeSentinal

    RenegadeSentinal New Member

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    Best Case

    I have two cases that i really like. I have a genuine leather DIO case whick looks really nice and feels good in my hands. Here is the link to it...

    http://www.mrgadget.com.au/catalog/images/dlo_leather_sleeve_ipod_touch.gif

    and my other favorite is the ipod touch treadz case (http://skattertech.com/media/2007/11/ifrogz-ipod-touch-threadz-case.thumbnail.jpg) whick hugs the ipod touch tightly and leaves the home button free. I have like ten cases and thopse are my favorite 2. If i had to pick a third one then i would pick the incase.

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