Motorola Droid Bionic

Diztronic Matte Back Black Droid Bionic Extended Battery Case
Diztronic Matte Back Black Droid Bionic Extended Battery Case
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Price:   $11.95
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Motorola Droid Bionic

Matte Back Black Flexible EXTENDED BATTERY TPU Case


Slip your Droid Bionic with the Motorola Extended Battery & Door installed into this ultra-thin, custom fit flexible TPU case and experience the peace of mind of knowing your investment is well protected. Stronger and tougher than silicone, TPU has a nice soft hand feel and offers great shock absorption and scratch resistance in a thin form factor. Our lay-on-the-table design helps protect the glass display from damage when dropped or placed face down.. Start protecting the life and resale value of your Droid Bionic with a Diztronic TPU Case today!

This product is designed to be used with the official Motorola Extended Battery & Door (SKU: MOTBIOBATX). Our case does not include the battery & door. It will not work with the generic doors available on eBay and elsewhere as they are a different size. It's unlikely that the Bionic will fit into any of the Motorola Docks when using an extended battery and case. Our standard size cases however will fit in the Motorola Docks (with the exception of the lapdock) once the insert is removed.

Features:

  • Made of Durable, Flexible TPU Material
  • Provides Excellent Grip and Traction on Angled Surfaces
  • Matte Back Prevents Fingerprints - High Gloss TPU Frames the Screen
  • Solid Protection from Drops and Scratches Protects Your Investment
  • Shields Phone From Damaging UV Light
  • Excellent Impact & Abrasion Resistance
  • Stronger, Tougher Case Solution than Silicone
  • Lay-On-The-Table Design Protects Glass Screen from Scratches
  • Weighs Less Than 1 Ounce
  • Precise Cutouts Gives Full Access to all Ports, Camera, Power Button, Volume Buttons
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 16 October, 2011.