CapsuleTouch Questions

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  1. rioting

    rioting New Member

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    Well, after thinking, and thinking, I have finally narrowed my case choices down. On the list is the CapsuleTouch. I just wanted to ask some of you who have this a few questions...

    -Does it work with a Griffin iTrip? It looks like the plastic would block it out.
    -Does it scratch the iPod upon installation?
    -How much bulkier does it make it?
    -Does dust get inside the case?
    -Is it easy to press the Sleep/Wake button?
    -Do the screen protectors work well?

    Thanks.

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  2. Aduumzor

    Aduumzor New Member

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    I don't think so, the think case mostly blocks things out.
    It doesn't scratch as long as the back protector remains intact.
    It doesn't make it that bulky, it feels more durable to me than anything else.
    Well, yes dust will get inside but it's easily fixed when opening th case once in awhile and wiping the dust off with the microfibre cloth included with the case purchase.
    Sleep/Wake button is the simplest to press. Not even a problem.
    Well, the black adhesive onyl with the special edition works very well.
    The others, I'm having weird difficulties.
    I keep getting weird smudges between the protector and the glass and after putting baby powder etc as they sadid on the manual they still showed up.
    I must live in fog.

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    Thanks! Regarding the screen protector, is the black adhesive one easy to remove? Does it scratch? Is it easy to see through? Thanks again.

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    Aduumzor New Member

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    Yeah, it can be easily removed and re applied.
    Except, I wouldn't do that, dust will get stuck on the second you remove it.
    Well technically, every screen protector scratches and thats the point, it getting scratched and not the screen; so yes it does get scratched a bit. It is easy to see through, your eyes will just adjust to the tint, but once you remove it, it'll blind you eyes.

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