Like we said, you can always choose to go with the Galaxy S4 Active if you don’t want to bother with cases, but if you can’t get over what the original model brings to the table, like its vibrant AMOLED display, the Seidio OBEX case is something reasonable enough to give it some of the same properties as its close sibling. At $80 a pop, it’s pretty much in line with other comparable cases.
I'm not sure if this is a problem across the Board or if it's related to one Bold manufacturer, but my device's battery cover has creaked and shifted slightly since I first started using it. And it's annoying to say the least. However, fitting a new Seidio Innocase Surface onto my Bold nearly does away with both the creaking and slight sideways back-and-forth motion of the battery cover, because it fits tightly and holds the battery cover in place more sturdily. (CrackBerry Kevin also made a similar observation after he first fitted his Storm with a .)
We are first and foremost an engineering-driven company, and innovation has always been critical to our success. Seidio was the first to develop a unique soft-touch hard case, called SURFACE, and the first to feature a slide-in case design. Our latest case innovation is called CONVERT. It features interlocking layers that can be removed, enabling it to be rugged when you need it, and sleek when you don’t. But Seidio’s innovations aren’t limited to cases. We lead the market in extended life batteries, and provide an entire line of products from chargers to car kits that are specifically engineered for each device we support.