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Sena MagnetFlipper Case

Mon Feb 28, 2005 - 11:44 PM EST - By Douglas Morse

Conclusion

Used with a wireless or wired headset, this may be the case to get. It is stylish, the workmanship excellent, and protects the Treo extremely well. However, the flip lid connecting at the bottom is a huge problem as the lid is in the way while talking on the phone. Furthermore, you can permanently damage the case by bending the flip around the back. The top magnets are no longer strong enough to hold the case shut if youÂ’ve done this. This is also an expensive case at 44 dollars for the clipless version and 47 for the clip version.



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Criteria 

Rating

Design 3
Usability 3
Protection 4
Cost/Benefit 3
Overall
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Pros
  • Great Protection
  • Stylish Design
  • Cons
  • Too expensive
  • Flip awkward while on phone
  • Can easily damage flip cover spine


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    Product Info
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    > Name Sena MagnetFlipper Case
    > Company Alan Penner
    > Weight 1.5 oz.
    > Fact Sheet & User Opinions
    Availability
    > Available
    Pricing
    > $47

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