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IN-DEPTH REVIEW: Spigen Neo Hybrid vs. UAG vs. Otterbox Commuter vs Otterbox Defender

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By mattt33, Junior Member on 10th February 2014, 04:09 AM
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Anyone know the weight of the spidgen slim case ?

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2nd December 2014, 05:00 AM |#42  
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It's pretty light. Don't know the weight.

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I have a question. How much thicker or bulkier is the UAG compared to the otterbox commuter.
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Well just received my neo hybrid in metal slate. What a beautiful case. Just got to get use to the slick back. Coming from the seidio surface it's quite a difference compared to the grip
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Well just received my neo hybrid in metal slate. What a beautiful case. Just got to get use to the slick back. Coming from the seidio surface it's quite a difference compared to the grip

Well, decided to return this case. Looked awesome but It's too slick and difficult to maneuver one handed. Even when trying to pick up from table, the side trim doesn't help. It'll slip right off your fingertips. Back to seidio surface! Plus I sure missed the kickstand!
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