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We need a waterproof case

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16th March 2014, 02:00 AM   |  #11  
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think the motog case would work?

http://www.lifeproof.com/shop/us_en/...lear+%2F+Black

Idk, the moto g is a 4.5" screen and the X is 4.7"

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16th March 2014, 04:14 AM   |  #12  
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Idk, the moto g is a 4.5" screen and the X is 4.7"

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And the moto g speaker is on the opposite side of the camera from the moto x.

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16th March 2014, 06:58 AM   |  #13  
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And the moto g speaker is on the opposite side of the camera from the moto x.

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So with all the comparisons, NO, the moto g case will not work on the moto x. Lol

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I'm revisiting this just to share my experience. My phone was in its ram mount case and the boat capsized. After righting the boat, there was some fog inside the case but the phone was working fine. Within an hour it became too hot to touch and bricked. When i applied for a warranty claim i rolled the dice and said no water damage. Luckily, I got a new one for free from moto, no problems.

After that mishap, I started researching cases some more. I'm purchasing an Armor-X universal. Its rated IPX8 which means its certified to work underwater. I'll post again after I've tried it.

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27th July 2014, 08:23 AM   |  #15  
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I thought the G and X were supposed to be water resistant anyways? Wasn't there videos of them being put in water for like 30 minutes and working just fine when they were taken out?
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I thought the G and X were supposed to be water resistant anyways? Wasn't there videos of them being put in water for like 30 minutes and working just fine when they were taken out?

yup. drop them in water all you want. they will still work. camera lens can get water in it but that drys out eventually. (camera casing lens i mean)
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I bought the Overboard case. It's far from perfect -- basically a hardened, buoyant Ziploc bag with a lanyard and carabiner -- but it does the job.

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