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    I wrote my review for my PUG site, so I'll link to it here. Besides, all the pretty pictures are on my site. ;-)

    http://www.seapug.com/reviews/case_c...orks_treo.html

    Feel free to post your thoughts on the case, my review, or anything else here. On the bottom of the review page there's a form you can use to add your thoughts on the case (not not my review of it ;-).

    Enjoy!
    -Greg

    PS. Krusell case review with pics coming soon.
    Seattle Palm Users Group!
    http://www.seapug.com/
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    Great review Greg!

    VisorCentral/TreoCentral will have its review soon (we have received the case)
    -Michael Ducker
    TreoCentral Staff
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    A small piece of velcro stuck to the clip and the case will keep it from spinning. You can put it either under the button or on its left, depending on whether you like the Treo to stay upright or sideways. I found that when it spun, I was knocking it open all the time.
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    What kind of stores would I be able to find Velcro to do this? I am intrigued.

    Originally posted by yshoshan
    A small piece of velcro stuck to the clip and the case will keep it from spinning. You can put it either under the button or on its left, depending on whether you like the Treo to stay upright or sideways. I found that when it spun, I was knocking it open all the time.
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    I bought mine at Ace Hardware - you want the kind with adhesive backing, not the kind you need to sew on. Should be at all hardware stores, and you can probably also order it by mail online.
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    Velcro can also be found at craft stores or any place that sewing accessories are sold. You might even try your local supermarket.

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