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NW-HD3 Protective Cases

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by chut319, May 24, 2005.

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    I'm with Singer!!! I got a noreve case and it rocks!!! Well worth the money!!! Use the discount code on the "Sticky" thread, and save yourself a few quid!! :smashin:
     
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    I'm looking for the same thing for the HD1 it does'nt look like the HD3 version will fit the HD1. Got any ideas??
     
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    The nicest cases you can buy are Vaja cases!!! Expensive but Sweeeeet!!! Was doing my best to wait for vaja to make a case for the HD3 but i emailed them and they said they had no plans to release a case for it. Therefore i went for the noreve.

    www.vajacases.com
     
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    Hi Rich

    I've got a silicone skin for my HD3 and I think it gives excellent protection at a reasonable price. My one cost a total of £6.99 from ebay (1 week delivery from Hong Kong to UK). Search ebay for Sony HD3 and you will see the various colours available, they cost £0.99 + £6.00p&p (Don't worry about the cost of p&p - just look at total cost, a bargain)

    If you are worried about the screen getting scratched I use one of my PDA screen protectors cut to size, again no problems.

    Hope this helps as the leather cases are nice but very expensive. ;)
     
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    Thanks for the replies - I will browse around and see what grabs my attention.

    Cheers!
     
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    I just recieved one of the silicone cases from a shop on e-bay and a PDA screen protector, which i cut to size, so theres enough to cover the screen twice. The silicone case fits really well, it leaves the bottom edge opened, so you can leave the case on when connecting it to the computer, or charging. All this for £9.98!

    Hope this helps
     
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    why do none of these seem to cover the screen - doesn't make sense to me??????
     
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    The noreve one does!!!
     
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    What's the 'sticky' thread? I've just bought an HD3, and I don't want it scratched! Cases are a bit pricey at £30 when i've just spent so much on the player, so any discount i can get will be great!
    :lease:
     
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    The sticky thread refers to an offer with Noreve that has now expired.
     

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