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    silicone case stretching?

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    I've only had my black case for a little over a week but I can tell that the sides have stretched a bit... is this normal???

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    no mine are still tight
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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    I meant to clarify.... the sides haven't stretched to the point where they like fall off or don't stay on. The whole case is still tight but it doesn't take much to pull the sides of the case away from the phone.

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    did u buy after market
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    Re: silicone case stretching?

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    I noticed that the cases at the TMobile store, at least, are wrapped around some oversized foam. Maybe this stretches them out a bit?

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    I know what you mean.. i stopped using my silicone covers because although the cover still stays on, the edges seem to kinda flap, like you just barely touch it and it opens up on the side... so i either leave it uncovered or use the plastic hardshells for it...

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    Well.... I have own MANY gel coverings for all my blackberrys and i've never had an issue with them stretching... and I'm always changing them so my phone matches my outfit..lol. Maybe thats just how they are suppose to be, i think as long as the whole gel doesn't fall off on its own your good to go...

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    Mine seems fine. Got it at my local Tmo store.

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    if you buy from a reputable place they usually carry 1 year warrentys on blackberry oem products. I work for AT&T but customers come in all the time to swap their skins out. I usually swap mine out once a month just cause I can lol.

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    i've had the same issue - maybe i'll try exchanging it.

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    Mine is stretching too. Its because I put it in the holster with the silicone case on.

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    Re: silicone case stretching?

    i think just as ak602 has said, i use my silicone case with my leather holster. That has caused mine to stretch by about 3mm. now its longer and cant be used again.

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