Works with Treo 180, Treo 180g, Treo 270 and Treo 300
4.5" x 3" x 15/32"
Better than expected.
Fits perfect. Rides on the hip with minimal interference whether walking, standing, sitting, or buckled-up in the car. Love the fact I can plug in the ear bud, and switch the speaker on/off button while fully encased.
actually I DID find a case I liked. I tried the Handspring case, and a basic case for a Visor PDA. I even tried making a case (my sewing skills aren't that good, I found out.) I found the Nutshell case. It's a beauty. Two different belt attachments to choose from. I got the loop version. Very sturdy construction, and good quality leather. The Treo fits nice and snug. The only downside (if it could be called that) was that the manufacturer is in New Zealand. I must say though that they were very quick with the delivery and very quick to respond.
Hope my ramblings help you out. I just realized I sounded like a commercial for them, but it goes to show that I am VERY pleased with their product and would highly recommend it!
Nice and secure
My previous case was the Teski which didn't meet my needs at all. I went with the clip version of the Nutshell case which can hang from the pocket of my jeans leaving the Treo within easy reach.
The Nutshell will hold your treo secure and is made from nice thick leather which will provide enough impact protection if it gets dropped. All in all, I agree with the reviewer that the Nutshell case is close to perfect, closer if it only had a snap instead of the Velcro.
I just received my Black case in the mail. It was ordered 12/4 and received 12/9 from New Zealand. The case is well made and fits snugly against my waist. The Treo fits in nicely, and I am very pleased with the 3 year warranty that is included. The case may very well outlast my Treo.
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