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    Just curious. How do you take care of your treo? Have you ever dropped it? Scratches? Nicks? Leather Case or not? Screen Protector?

    I have my 600 and it still looooks very new lol. I did dropped it once ever since but it was in the carpet because of total drunkeness HAHA.

    Looking to hear from you guys
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    Leather holster, Skin Case and "homemade" Screen Protector. (Hey, packing tape is the exact size to fit nicely. And it's a heck of alot cheaper)
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    Egrips, G2 Screen Protector& I use a pouch case sometimeD
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    eGrips, screen protector, and pocket.
    Me = Nokia 5170/Palm III > Kyocera 6035 > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 700p > Treo 755p > Treo Pro > Palm Pre

    Wife = Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 755p > Palm Centro > Palm Pixi
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    Screen protector and a Moshi pouch. Sometimes a Vaja case when I don't mind the extra bulk.
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    Silicone skin case and screen protector. It's been dropped 9 or 10 times, on a variety of surfaces, and still looks like new...although I'm on my 3rd skin case.
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    Screen protector only. No case and I carry it in my pants pocket (not the one with keys or change). It has been dropped once in a driveway and has a few dings too prove it, otherwise it is in good shape. (Almost a year like this).

    Just an addition... I charge it almost every night and the battery has never gone dead on me. Hotsync via bluetooth just about daily. Backup automatically to card at 2AM every night.
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    Cyrstal Screen Protectors
    eGrips
    Leather Belt Pouch

    Occassional wipe down with Monitor safe wipes.

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    I keep my Treo (as I do my mistresses) nekkie. It does have the same Palm screen protector that I put on in late Nov. or early Dec. of 2004 though.

    Its been dropped quite a few times, the last time out of the pocket of my hoodie as I was standing on the bumper of my truck. It's got a few scrapes, but still works fine. (Just thought you should know.)
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    Naked in it's Bellagio horizontal case. I also use the monitor wipes occasionally, and it suffered some road rash from a drop in the parking garage soon after I got it. I take it birding with me and when I'm out in the rain it goes with me in a zipper bag - full function and full protection.

    Why have such a great looking screen and then distort it with a screen protector?
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    e-grips, shirt pocket, car cradle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lauriefoss
    Naked in it's Bellagio horizontal case. I also use the monitor wipes occasionally, and it suffered some road rash from a drop in the parking garage soon after I got it. I take it birding with me and when I'm out in the rain it goes with me in a zipper bag - full function and full protection.

    Why have such a great looking screen and then distort it with a screen protector?
    Have you tried Boxwave Cyrstal? Almost disapperars. I can live with the slight reduction in screen "greatness" to protect it from an unwanted scratch that I would forvever have to look at (well, 18 months at most). A scratched screen protector is an easy fix.

    http://www.boxwave.com/products/clea...stal/index.htm

    Cheers, Perry.
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    Invisible Shield, and a fairly exposed holster. Credit where due, Invisible Shield is an excellent product. If you're as cynical and sin-soaked as I, don't be put off by the carnie huckster tone of their advertising - it really is almost invisible, and it really is rugged.

    That fellow with the cards on the corner offering a chance to win big by finding the red queen, on the other hand...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Gamble
    Silicone skin case and screen protector. It's been dropped 9 or 10 times, on a variety of surfaces, and still looks like new...although I'm on my 3rd skin case.

    Bill,
    which skin case are you using?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry Holden
    Have you tried Boxwave Cyrstal? Almost disapperars. I can live with the slight reduction in screen "greatness" to protect it from an unwanted scratch that I would forvever have to look at (well, 18 months at most). A scratched screen protector is an easy fix.

    http://www.boxwave.com/products/clea...stal/index.htm

    Cheers, Perry.

    I agree Boxwaves are the bomb.

    (the young-uns tell me that means they are great)
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    Doesn't anyone use the beltclips that face the Treo inward. That's what I'm planning on getting. I've always kept my TungstenE in the Palm metal case, but the Treo is a little different.
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    My trouble free Sprint/T650 has been naked for the last 3 months. I use to carry it in the Palm leather pouch clipped to my belt till I finally figured out that the reason my trouble free Sprint/T650 hit tile floors about 5 times and concrete about 7 times was due to the strap coming unsnaped and rotating down and the T650 slides out and hits the deck.

    Also my trouble free Sprint/T650 gotten soaked in a torrential downpour in Lufkin, TX last winter while clipped to my belt.

    Now I carry it in my shirt pocket. It only slid out of my shirt pocket once while bent over a sink brushing my teeth with the water running. It got soaked at that time too.

    No screen protector. I just wipe it down once in a while.

    All the buttons still work. The 5 way ring is showing real signs of wear from my thumb nail and still works great. The case has a bunch of dings and scratches.

    Chuck
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    Quote Originally Posted by TucsonDave
    Doesn't anyone use the beltclips that face the Treo inward. That's what I'm planning on getting. I've always kept my TungstenE in the Palm metal case, but the Treo is a little different.
    I do! I use the Helix Holster from the TreoCentral store, and am quite happy with it.
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    Normally naked in pants pocket, screen protector, sometimes cheap bodyglove case depending on where I am going. Dropped more than I care to remember, has the scars to prove it is used. Antenna has 2 gouges but have no desire to shell out $50 to buy antoher antenna for looks. It is still doing fine by the way.

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    I used the plastic screen cover that came with the phone. Other than that, I carry it naked and in my pants pocket. I've dropped it twice but it still works fine.
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