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Old 30 April 2004, 04:58   #1
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My mobile phone floats.....

now that I've just bought a new case. Not one for looking at links myself, if I were you I'd seriously consider a quick flick to this one. www.boxit.net Phil Davies introduced me to this case which, once you've seen it you'll have to agree it's superb. I placed my order with www.wiggle.co.uk and received it the next day. Further, having scoured the net they were by far the cheapest.
Go on, take a look you won't regret it.

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Old 30 April 2004, 05:05   #2
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I have used one of these for about a year and they work very well.

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Old 30 April 2004, 05:23   #3
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One of the best pieces of kit I've ever bought. Much preferable in my opinion to an Aquapac due to its ability to be clipped via a small carabiner to the buckle on my lifejacket, thus obviating the need to stand there festooned in an array of plastic bags swinging uncontrollably from one's neck.

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Old 30 April 2004, 05:35   #4
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I have used both aqua pack and box-it and box-it is best, Aqua pack doesn’t protect the phone so wel. The slight downside with box-it is the sound volume is reduced more than with Aqua pack. But at least the phone doesn't get smashed. Des
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Old 30 April 2004, 05:53   #5
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Boxit for me Paid £14.99 delivered from Rugged Peak
http://www.psalmgear.co.uk/acatalog/...hone_Case.html
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Old 30 April 2004, 05:56   #6
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Bloody hell.......

that's cheap however, if you look at the above site you'll see two options, the one Nick mentions and another at £21.00. The one I got was the more expensive version at £15.99. As I said, I did my research plus, I'm a tight git
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Bloody hell.......

that's cheap however, if you look at the above site you'll see two options, the one Nick mentions and another at £21.00. The one I got was the more expensive version at £15.99. As I said, I did my research plus, I'm a tight git
Mark a pound is a pound & I am a tight git as well
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Old 30 April 2004, 06:07   #8
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Obviating.......

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One of the best pieces of kit I've ever bought. Much preferable in my opinion to an Aquapac due to its ability to be clipped via a small carabiner to the buckle on my lifejacket, thus obviating the need to stand there festooned in an array of plastic bags swinging uncontrollably from one's neck.

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Obviating.........this is a bloody RIB forum not some lectern for academician philosophy......get a grip man
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Old 30 April 2004, 07:32   #9
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Sad'os

You bunch really need to get a life you know, its only a bit of plastic !!! kinda expect this sort of thing from MeMe but you lot should know better
Next thing you know we'll have that kindly older gentleman Manos popping up with the Greek version which no doubt will of course be far superior

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Old 30 April 2004, 07:34   #10
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Brilliant piece of kit. Have had one for my Nokia 6610 for over a year now and its flawless, no water ingress and the seals are still perfect. If you have one of the newer Nokias it is advisable to turn loudspeaker on or else use a handsfree kit, using the supplied cover and keep 2 hands on the wheel!!!
Not sure how thats gonna work out at 50kts!! . €50 here in Ireland. We get ripped off for everything, boats, cars, petrol, oil, the list goes on!!
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