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    What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

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    I was wondering what users prefer to use for belt clips to skins. I use the OEM skin from BB and I want to buy a holster. What do you use?

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I just got a Case-Mate Curve Signature Case/Holder Combo - It's a long name, fairly pricey at $50 and, be forewarned, it DOES NOT have the "sleep feature" so if you're dependent on that for different alerts or doing anything when you holster your phone, don't get this one. The only advantage that I can see of NOT having the "sleep" function is that you can un-holster your BB when you get an email alert and it WON'T open it automatically. (I don't think any of the current Case-Mates have the "sleep" function but I could be wrong about that.)

    Otherwise, the combo IS very high quality leather and very well put together.
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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    Ended up getting a Silicon Case for my phone and a T-Mobile OEM BB Case for the phone
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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I use the black BB skin, and the OEM black lambskin holster for my 8100. Seidio came out with a SWEET hard rubber burgandy case for the 8300 that I'm gonna get.

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I use the black bb skin and tmobile case. The case is left over from my 8700 and the curve actually fits in there pretty well.
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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I just got a BEST SKIN EVER and I use the stabdard BB 8830 holster. Keeps my bb nice and protected.I LUV IT

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    The otterbox for both my 8830 and 8130. So far I really it. I am a HVAC service tech. And I am constantly banging into stuff.

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I have a clear hard plastic shell case.

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    I have the Seidio hardened case and their leather holster for my 8130. They both work great!~via BB (wap.pinstack.com)~

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    i use my bb leather holster it came with! i love that thing!!! its protected my phone from soo much damage!!!
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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    Just the t-mobile holster when I bought my pearl

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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    For those ultra rare moments when not using it, I have a RexRegina leather case. Top quality at a very fair price. I highly endorse this quality long lasting, super protective case.


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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    BSE and the leather slip holster for my 8310. I used the leather slip holster for my Pearl, too. I prefer carrying in my pocket.
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    Re: What do you use to hold or protect your curve or Pearl?

    T-Mo OEM vertical pouch with sleeper magnet, T-Mo OEM gel skins, and Fortte Open Face Case. I may be getting an Otterbox Case also.


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