Originally Posted by gasolin
I am concerned about how hard,easy it is to press the buttons with the tough case on.
What's your opinion on that? That's why i am looking at others cases,covers
As it was mentioned above, volume buttons are easier to press because its longer while power button is shorter and a little harder to press. Some people add a little piece of tape inside of the case behind the button so it will be more sensitive to the touch, thus more responsive when you push it.
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Originally Posted by jrb7561
Just received this case. It's replacing my seidio surface case. I actually like the Seidio case a lot, especially for the kickstand, however I just don't think it's going to give me much protection should I drop the phone. I've already broken one note 2 when I was just using a Ringke slim case. I'm sorry all those cases with the tops and bottom exposed are jokes. They're only good for scratches and will do nothing if you drop the thing. Like everything else here has said, this case is extremely thin however it does give you more protection (and piece of mind) for handling your $700 toy. I do however miss having a kickstand. Does anyone know if a flygrip would work on this case? A tough case with a kick stand seems like the ideal case. Hopefully they could keep the profile just as thin as this case.
Perhaps you should have looked into Case Mate Pop case? That one has a kick stand, although I'm not sure if it offer the same level of protection as Tough case. The case I used before, a cheapo rugged case from ebay had a kick stand as well which I was using as "flygrip" handle while watching or reading in bed. In theory, any flygrip-like handle with a sticky back should stick to the back of the case. But I think they usually recommend a completely flat surface.