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NW-HD3 Carry Case

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by aljanomac, Feb 17, 2005.

  1. aljanomac

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    When browsing in PC World I came across a slim line carry case that fits perfectly with the HD3

    Check out:

    http://www.lowepro.com/Products/Camera_Pouches/designed_digital/D-Res_4M.aspx

    PC World are selling it for £9.99 and although it doesn't allow you to utilise the buttons when inside the case it definitely protects your £200+ investment (it works perfect when using the remote)


    Thought I would share this little useless nugget of info :)
     
  2. Stahlhart!

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    no need for that! my hd-1 came with a soft case and i will take care of it like of my balls anyways...
     
  3. malheuresement

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    I too use this case. I find that the HD3 slips into the mesh pocket inside well. Its also fine if you use a remote cos then you don't have to open it so much. :thumbsup:
     
  4. diverse

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    Ipod Socks fit well and allow easier access than the "case" supplied!
     
  5. washout

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    the standard sock is fine, one can easily manipulate all buttons while in the sock and peel back the side of it to see the screen.
     
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    I just got an XtremeMac SportWrap, and my HD3 seems to fit really well into it.

    It is waterproof(ish) and you can see the screen when it is on your arm. I intend to use it whilst i am jogging. I figured that my arm was the area with the least vibration and movement

    You may need to cut a small slot for the headphone cable, but that is not a problem

    Dont buy it off eBay though, when I did, they took my money straight away, and the item never arrived.
     
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    Empire direct have the hd1 and hd3 case on sale at the moment for £15 including delivery....
     
  8. Ekko Star

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    Bit dear, I picked mine up for £9.95 on TCR, London.
     
  9. degringo

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    I've just ordered one of these cases, in black (they do white aswell) so I'll let you know what they are like when it arrives
     
  10. TommoK

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    Like the Sony case for the HD1,it doesn't appear to protect the screen though which is kind of the point?
     
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    Best one for protection is the Covertec one :)
     

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