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If you are the strong and silent type who secretly covets driving a Humvee you may like BoxWave’s AluArmor phone cases – I did.

Bit of history - I like a clip on, belt mounted, vertical, mobile phone case. I know it is not fashionable but real men don’t care. I have bought several ranging from very expensive leather to cheap “Paddy’s Market” and all have failed – usually the clip breaks! The longest wear I got was from a genuine “Blackberry” case that happened to fit my smart phone.

My wife and I have the same smart phones (not iPhones) and while she was looking for a new fashion cover she stumbled across BoxWave’s amazing array of cases for almost all makes and models of phones, tablets etc. These are definitely not “Paddy’s quality” but they are well priced and ours arrived from the USA within a week of ordering on-line.

For me the choice was AluArmor (Click here) - take that Mr T! They also have it for iPad and other devices.

What can you say in case review “It latched onto my belt with an industrial strength clip that could double up as a carabineer in an emergency”. Or “I love the satisfying click, like a rifle being cocked in the morning” or “The aircraft grade anodized aluminium may even stop a bullet”. Lets just say it works as advertised…

For my wife a pretty coloured pouch was the go but there were so many including ecological bamboo, gel, neoprene, leather, aluminium...

I can't find any stores in Australia that stock this brand but feel free to let me know.

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Ray Shaw

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Ray Shaw ray@im.com.au  has a passion for IT ever since building his first computer in 1980. He is a qualified journalist, hosted a consumer IT based radio program on ABC radio for 10 years, has developed world leading software for the events industry and is smart enough to no longer own a retail computer store!

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