Review: Body Glove Snap-On Case For Droid Incredible

If you are looking for a high quality, snug case for your Droid Incredible, look no further. The snap-on Case from Body Glove provides a nice feel, decent weight, and an overall sleek design. The case comes with an attachment that doubles as a belt clip and kickstand. The case itself is made out of three different materials: soft touch foam, hard plastic, and felt. The felt provides a nice cushioning bed for your phone to sit in, the hard plastic makes this case solid, and the outer foam makes it feel “incredible.”

This case will run you a high $30 from Body Glove’s website. When using this case the phone felt more solid than without, although with the solid feel, some weight was added. Out of all the cases I have reviewed in the last 2 weeks (Kraken, Defender, and Commuter), I have found this case to reign over all of them. If you want to pick this case up, we have provide a link below to Body Glove’s online store.


  • Weight
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  • Feel
  • Design
  • Protection


Purchase the case HERE.

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Phil Esposito
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Phil Esposito is a 17 year old Android advocate. His reviews and articles have been showcased on multiple technology sites across the web. Besides written reviews, Phil specializes in video production and incorporates videos into his articles whenever he gets the chance.

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