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    I've finished writing up my review of the Treo case from Krusell. Read all about the Krusell Handit with Multidapt® - Handspring Treo 180-series at this URL:
    http://www.seapug.com/reviews/case_krusell_treo.html

    Enjoy!
    -Greg

    PS, still prefer the Brookstone. ;-)
    Seattle Palm Users Group!
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    with those negatives, you still gave it a 4?
    Felipe
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    If one has to choose between casetechworks and krussel cases which one will u recommend ?

    From ur review looks like casetechworks case has less negatives.
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    I still gave it a 4 (out of 5) because of the quality, and because a few of the flaws aren't necessarily things everyone will consider flaws. I'm a PUG leader, so I'm always beaming and receiving beams. Other people I've known to never beam something in years of using their Palm. The cradle thing it's as big a deal, because the Treo comes with a cable, not the cradle, so most people won't even have that issue, let alone care about it. The only thing that I think people in general will find bad is the velcro holding the inner to the outer cover, and even then some skillful exacto knife work can take care of that. ;-)

    As for which I would recommend, I'd personally use the Case Techworks case rather than the Krusell. If the Case Techworks design were made with the same quality as the Krusell, it would be a no brainer. But that's only between these two cases. I still prefer the Brookstone case because there's nothing ON the Treo, but when it's put away, it's fully protected and secure.

    -Greg
    Seattle Palm Users Group!
    http://www.seapug.com/
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    Originally posted by GregGaub
    I still gave it a 4 (out of 5) because of the quality, and because a few of the flaws aren't necessarily things everyone will consider flaws. I'm a PUG leader, so I'm always beaming and receiving beams. Other people I've known to never beam something in years of using their Palm. The cradle thing it's as big a deal, because the Treo comes with a cable, not the cradle, so most people won't even have that issue, let alone care about it. The only thing that I think people in general will find bad is the velcro holding the inner to the outer cover, and even then some skillful exacto knife work can take care of that. ;-)

    As for which I would recommend, I'd personally use the Case Techworks case rather than the Krusell. If the Case Techworks design were made with the same quality as the Krusell, it would be a no brainer. But that's only between these two cases. I still prefer the Brookstone case because there's nothing ON the Treo, but when it's put away, it's fully protected and secure.

    -Greg


    Hi there,
    I took a quick look around and couldn't spot any other mention of that Brookstone case you like. Can you point me in a direction so i could have a look at it?

    thanks in advance,
    Al
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    Greg generously let TC post the review as well.

    http://www.treocentral.com/content/Stories/104-1.htm

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