- Size (LWH): 0.8 inches, 4.87 inches, 2.77 inches
- Weight: 8.48 ounces
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Otterbox Defender Series Hybrid Case and Holster for Motorola Droid Bionic - 1 Pack - Retail Packaging - Black
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- Fits Motorola DROIDBionic
- Clear screen protector
- High-impact polycarbonate inner layer
- Durable silicone outer layer
- Allows access to sync/charge port via silicone plugs
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That is probably a result of them getting the case out for sale so quickly once the phone went to market. I had to wait a long time for one to come out for my Droid X, but it was perfect when I got it.
I really hope the company will consider making cases to fit the extended battery. Verizon has pretty much decided customers need an extended battery to be happy with the phone. The carrier is currently selling extended batteries for this phone at a 50% discount and trying to get people who purchase the phone to also buy one.
The Otterbox replaces a very nice flexible TPU case that I had initially purchased here on Amazon.com.
This case simply provides much more serious protection. It's certainly worth spending approximately $30.00 now to avoid having to replace a potentially damaged phone in the future ($699.00 retail!) to say nothing of the fact that regularly using this case will certainly increase the trade-in/resale value of the phone kept therein when it's time to get a new phone.
I also really like the built-in screen protector. There's no need to bother with often difficult to apply stand-alone screen protectors.
I have noticed several complaints about the size of the case in reviews posted here, namely that it makes this already large phone even larger.
Personally, I don't find the increased bulk of the phone (especially the thickness) while in the Otterbox to be very bothersome. The Droid Bionic is already a big phone from the get go and will remain so no matter what you do.
If your employment/work situation allows you to wear cargo pants on a regular basis, I find that this is the best way to always readily have this phone at your side. It fits perfectly and unobtrusively into the right cargo pocket of my pants and I can avoid using the included belt holster/clamp.
The assembly instructions that came with the Otterbox Defender were pictorial, and were not especially helpful. Fortunately, one look at the thing and the assembly was completely self evident. Prior to slipping the Bionic into the Defender, I did attach an Empire screen protector. The Defender has its own screen protector, but I was hopeful that a little extra would help and that it would not interfere with my use of the phone. The dual screen protectors have not slowed down my usage in any way, incidentally. The neoprene cover peels easily back from the headphone and cable jacks, but (remarkably!) sort of snaps right back into place over them after the cables are removed - this is a particularly well engineered feature. And the Defender does add some considerable waterproofing to the phone - I really wouldn't worry about the phone even in a brief submersion, let alone a splashing of a puddle in a heavy rainstorm. Good stuff.
The Defender does make the Bionic quite a bit larger. The sticky neoprene is great for gripping - which makes it tough to slide in and out of a pocket.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Gargantuan and overpriced. Might as well keep your phone in a safe.Published 8 months ago by DrakeRamorayM.D.
Works as advertised. Second one I've owned. Last one put up with five years of abuse before finally breaking at the belt clip. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon804