Diztronic High Gloss Black Flexible TPU Case for HTC Amaze 4G (T-Mobile) [TPU-Cases Retail Packaging]
- Made of Durable, Flexible TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) Material by Diztronic™ (formerly TPU-Cases)
- High Gloss Non-Slip Finish
- Lay-On-The-Table Design Helps Protect Glass Screen from Damage
- Precise Cutouts Give Full Access To All Ports, Power Button, Camera, Mics
- Ultra Thin and Lightweight - Weighs Less Than 1 Ounce
TPU-Cases is now known as Diztronic. You'll receive the same great products and service from Diztronic that you've come to expect from TPU-Cases. Initially our products will ship in TPU-Cases retail packing as we transition to the new packaging.
Slip your HTC Amaze 4G into this custom fit High Gloss Black TPU Case by Diztronic™ and experience the peace of mind of knowing your investment is well protected. Flexible, yet stronger and more durable than silicone, TPU is slip resistant and and offers excellent shock absorption and abrasion resistance. The raised wrap-around edges make for a "lay-on-the-table" design that helps protect the glass screen from damage when placed face down. Easy to install and remove, and definitely affordable--why not build a changeable wardrobe for your phone? Available in High Gloss Black, High Gloss Smoke, Matte Back Black, Matte Back Smoke, Smoke GlitterFlex and Pink GlitterFlex by Diztronic™
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i aint injoy it much
My main complaint is that the headphone jack hole is too small for all plugs. So, you can't properly plug in some headphone plugs. I remedied this by taking an Xacto knife to it, but I shouldn't have to. It was a stupid design decision that was 100% avoidable. Secondly, the case covers the volume buttons and it's incredibly difficult to use them with the case on. Knife to the rescue again, but it's silly to have to do it.
Overall, the case is ok but Diztronic has some explaining to do about their laziness in the design and testing department. It may be cheap but it only costs pennies on the dollar to make it in the first place.