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HTC One S case recommendations?

Does anyone have any HTC One S case recommendations? Preferably not too chunky!

Most Useful Answer matt101101  May. 24, 2012 at 20:52

Cheap and cheerful. I've started using a 99p eBay TPU case on my SGS2, it's one of the best phone products I've ever bought. What's the point in spending ~£20 on a case when it's designed to take the fall for your phone? Cheaper is better in my book.

I'd suggest one of these for your One S:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TPU-GEL-RUBBER-CASE-FOR-HTC-ONE-S-SOLID-BLACK-/300669063982?pt=UK_MobilePhones_MobilePhonesCasesPouches&hash=item460145d32e#ht_1484wt_972

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matt101101 / MOD  May. 24, 2012 at 20:52

Cheap and cheerful. I've started using a 99p eBay TPU case on my SGS2, it's one of the best phone products I've ever bought. What's the point in spending ~£20 on a case when it's designed to take the fall for your phone? Cheaper is better in my book.

I'd suggest one of these for your One S:

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TPU-GEL-RUBBER-CASE-FOR-HTC-ONE-S-SOLID-BLACK-/300669063982?pt=UK_MobilePhones_MobilePhonesCasesPouches&hash=item460145d32e#ht_1484wt_972

hitmant  Jun. 13, 2012 at 13:32

I'd personally go for an ottorbox,I bought my Dell Venue pro last year and I'm selling it to get the One S. I'm planning on selling it 2moro to CEX for around £130, they're paying that much because my phone's in mint condition, with no scratches on it. I haven't taken it out of my case since I got it so it has no scratches on it. If it wasn't for the case it'd prod be a grade C and they'd only £80 for it.

matt101101 / MOD  Jun. 13, 2012 at 16:34

I'd personally go for an ottorbox,I bought my Dell Venue pro last year and I'm selling it to get the One S. I'm planning on selling it 2moro to CEX for around £130, they're paying that much because my phone's in mint condition, with no scratches on it. I haven't taken it out of my case since I got it so it has no scratches on it. If it wasn't for the case it'd prod be a grade C and they'd only £80 for it.
You can minus the cost of the Otterbox from the total Cex are giving you, surely? Also, did the expensive case really provide that much better protection than a 99p TPU case?

hitmant  Jun. 13, 2012 at 17:35

I'd personally go for an ottorbox,I bought my Dell Venue pro last year and I'm selling it to get the One S. I'm planning on selling it 2moro to CEX for around £130, they're paying that much because my phone's in mint condition, with no scratches on it. I haven't taken it out of my case since I got it so it has no scratches on it. If it wasn't for the case it'd prod be a grade C and they'd only £80 for it.
You can minus the cost of the Otterbox from the total Cex are giving you, surely? Also, did the expensive case really provide that much better protection than a 99p TPU case?


I've never really tried the TPU case, but the Otterbox cost me like £24, which meant it potentially got me £26 extra when selling it. I've actually dropped it quite a few times, but that's only been inside the house, so falling onto carpets and stuff. Once I did drop it in the park but it survived with scratches. The thing is though CEX are only buying it for that much because there aren't many Dell venue pros around in the UK. Another thing you have to factor in as well is that the phone itself is literally like a brick so even without the otterbox I doubt there would've been a lot significant damage to the phone.

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