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    I have used e-grips for about one month and really like the product; however, I ordered a case from Piel Frama and am under the impression that the e-grips will need to be removed in order to fit in the leather case.

    Can someone please advise the best method to remove the e-grips? Thanks in advance.
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    Originally posted by rover765
    I have used e-grips for about one month and really like the product; however, I ordered a case from Piel Frama and am under the impression that the e-grips will need to be removed in order to fit in the leather case.

    Can someone please advise the best method to remove the e-grips? Thanks in advance.
    They peel off easily with basically no residue. I had to remove mine for a replacement the other day and there was the slightest bit of residue around the perimiter of the material but that was about it.....and that came off with some rubbing alcohol.
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    Wait until you get your case before removing e-grips.

    Without e-grips my Treo 600 slides easily into and out of it's new Piel Frama case. I'm going to break in the case for a few more days, then try it with e-grips.

    Then we'll see if I can use both.
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    True. The included slip case was almost impossible to use with e-grips, but they don't interfere at all with the Handspring side case.
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    I added my e-grips to the Treo 600 yesterday and it still fits, snuggly, into my Piel Frama case.

    I only have the use of one hand, and insertion and removal is not a problem.

    Now we need a couple of weeks to see if the e-grips hold up.

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