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Works with Treo 180 and Treo 180g

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$29.00
Handit with Multidapt by Krusell International AB

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Krusell's Treo case combines the best features of their PDA Handit cases with the best features of their mobile phone cases.

- Handmade in finest cattle leather
- Opens and closes with a press-stud
- Multidapt´┐Ż equipped
- Corrugated cardboard and foam plastic reinforced lid
- Stylish metallic logotype on the front
- Holes and cut-outs for all vital functions
- One universal pocket


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User Opinions
Thumbs Up  67% Thumbs Down 33%

Would you recommend Handit with Multidapt ?

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Thumbs Down

Poorly designed earpiece cover! Slips off all the time.
A really nice looking case. The bummer is that the piece that slips over the cover/ear piece slips off when open. This was enough of an annoyance to cause me to stop using it. Now lookingfor something that really works and protects.
by rnsean

Thumbs Up

Fantastic
The only thing I'd change on this case is to make the snap cover on the side so that you could keep it snapped and charging at the same time.
by Alli

Thumbs Down

Too fat and poor design
The case makes the phone too bulky. Worse still, the clip makes the phone stick out when it is worn under a jacket. The flap with the press ball part of the clip is awkward being at the top of the case - it kept interfering with my ear and hair. The case lasted a day before I returned it. Good quality, but poor design.
by xtel

Thumbs Up

Good quality but ridiculous designed.
Who needs to build their Treo to a 2 inches thick with this case and be bothered every single time when you need to access your Treo. I hated the extra outer cover special with a stupid clip over the bottom of the Treo. I only used it for two weeks before I cut it apart.
by tumbler

Thumbs Up

Got it... want the bike attachment too please
I actually have this case with Handit 'swivel' mount. The case is very well made (my Treo was dropped from six feet - and lived!). The swivel attachment is robust and well made - it could perhaps be a little smaller as the top digs into my (rather large) hips :)
by nzmoko

Thumbs Up

I have one and think it is great
Without the inner cover the case could be slightly smaller, but then the inner cover has a lot to do with how the case attaches to the Treo. If I have to do some heavy talking, or beaming taking the case off is not that big a deal. Mostly what I use us the treo for are its pda functions and the case does well there.
by Frank McMahon





 

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