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Weight 5.1 oz

Size 5 7/8" x 4 1/8" x 1"

Availability Unknown

$49.95
User Opinions
Thumbs Up  53% Thumbs Down 47%

Thumbs Up

Bulky, yes, but still useful for some...
I received my bi(tri)-fold as a gift so I really cannot complain... I feel this case would be better for women, or at least men who often carry around a briefcase or somesuch. It's bulky (b/c it fits nearly everything you'd need, sans change) but it does replace a wallet (unless you're hung up on your big-name status-symbol wallet of course) and I've enjoyed the way it leaves one less thing for me to search for: if I have my wallet I have my Visor, and vice versa. Keep in mind though, this could lead to a double-whammy if you lose your bi-fold or worse, it's stolen. Suggested improvements: yes, a coin purse area, and it should come in an adjustable snap or better yet, a roomy ZIPPERED version too, the velcro is LOUD and always calls attention to you. Depends if you're into that :-). I'd be interested in looking into slimmer cases for the heck of it. Men, I hate to say it but the Visor is bulky in general, and the cases only add to the bulk, my male friends fare better with Palms. Sorry.
by NPS

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Fifty dollars?
Is there an option to lease?
by Anonymous

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big big big
two words: too big
by Anonymous

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Case can break Visor screen
Be careful! Putting too many credit cards in the case can cause breakage of the Visor screen. Note that the screen is not waranteed, and is very fragile. Stay away from this case of the bi-fold!
by Anonymous

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Ugly
This is a truly horrible case. I baught one with my visor and regreted every cent spent on it! Dont buy it in other words!!!
by Anonymous

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Where do you put change?
Sounds a bit pricey, and where do you put your change? It sounds like it only has a place for bills.
by NB

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Visorcentral
We give this product a thumbs down. Consumers should not waste their money on it.
by Anonymous

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shoulda woulda coulda
its only worth what they charge
by Angel

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if only...
If only it closed with a zipper If only it didn't cost so much If only it was thinner If only it had a few more slots If only it had a spot for my extra springboard If only this site didn't allow for basic HTML to be added into its forms
by Bob

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my two cents
I bought the case along with my visor from handspring in march of this year. At fisrt sight i was very disappointed with the case, considering what i spent on it. The notepads that come with it are a joke, and it looks more prissy then stylish. It has proved to be useful though. The extra fold helps protect you screen from your cards, pen, etc. Once you get the leather softened up you can easly get your cards out and money becomes easier to keep. If you use it to keep everything in (license, money, credit cards), you'll soon realize how your wife feels when she can't find her purse.
by NachO


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