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Size 4" x 6-3/4" x 1""

Weight 4.4 oz

Availability Unknown

$39.50
Padded PDA Case by Brenthaven

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Are you looking for a case that can hold the Visor and your cash? Do you mind velcro? Then check out the Brenthaven Padded PDA case. Description This case is sturdy canvas case. There are no external pockets, but inside there are two pockets for pens, a slot for an ID card, and two more pockets for cash, etc. on the left side. The case doesn't expose the Visor at all when closed thanks to a zipper.

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Love my case.....
I love my case. I have had it for about 6 months and it was withstood alot of abuse. The only problem I have is when I store the Visor, witth my eyemodule, the case is so tight that it sometimes turns the Visor on. I have lost some data, and killed about 5 sets of batteries with this problem. I now leave the eyemodule off, and leave the cover on. I can't wait until the new flip cover is available from Tactilis so I can have a cover and my camera.
by Mark

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extra secure..but needs a little more room
I have had my eyes on this case for a month now and was having trouble deciding wether to get this one or the rhinogear 2000. I liked this one better because it looks more plain or professional then the rhino 2000. I am able to slide 2 AAA batteries in the center where the pen usually goes, and I can keep esential things like ID, a couple of checks/deposit slips/envelopes, screen protectors, and an extra stylus in the case along with the Visor. I am not a big fan of putting velcro on my Visor so what I did was put the velcro on my protector and snap the visor in face down when not using it. I even bought some standard velcro to make sure the little ones dont come loose while riding the bus to work. I think this case a great mix between secure padded cases and multifunctional cases. I even got a little frisky and threw (not extremely hard) the case with the Visor, batteries, checks and extra stylus across the room too see if it was as secure as it seems. The Visor didnt notice a thing! Only one of the batteries came loose and I fixed that by stuffing a cotton ball down the sleve to keep the batteries in place.
by fishbonz





 

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