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  1. kregstrong's Avatar
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    I'm so used to android phones which scratch very easily on the plastic, or the iPhone 4 which scratches so easily on the band around it. But I haven't been able to scratch this blue polycarbonate.... Anyone scratched theirs yet??

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    Nope, not worrying about it either. The colour will show all the way through, so scratches should hardly be noticeable. Just worried about the screen.
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    Yea I'm not worried about it cause I work construction and usually am pretty rough on phones haha. This one is just tough. Screen seem stout also

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    My phone took a nasty tumble last night. I was a little tipsy from drinking and dropped it. I immediately picked it up, inspected it and found absolutely zero scratches or damage. I'm always adamant about using a case. I'm not going to use a case with my Lumia because it's so great to hold and now I realize the polycarbonate is pretty sturdy and can hold up after a drop.
    Last edited by JD914; 04-15-2012 at 06:44 PM.
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    That's pretty awesome. man I love this phone

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD914 View Post
    My phone took a nasty tumble last night. I was a little tipsy from drinking and dropped it. I immediately picked it up and inspected it and found absolutely zero scratches or damage. I'm always adamant about using a case. I'm not going to use a case with my Lumia because it's so great to hold and now I realize the polycarbonate is pretty sturdy and can hold up after a drop.
    Until you woke up the next morning and it was actually completely shattered. lol jk.
    I wish there was a screen protector that put a shield over the screen and not just one of those little clear films. Oh well. I'll be careful for a while.
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    I think someone put a picture up on this forum of a dropped Lumia 900. The Glass was still intact, but the screen underneath had cracked. So I would not be too worried about the glass... Gorilla Glass in general is really good, my old focus I dropped on pavement and gravel a few times from about 3-4 feet, and even having landed on the screen, there were not many scratches.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD914 View Post
    My phone took a nasty tumble last night. I was a little tipsy from drinking and dropped it. I immediately picked it up, inspected it and found absolutely zero scratches or damage. I'm always adamant about using a case. I'm not going to use a case with my Lumia because it's so great to hold and now I realize the polycarbonate is pretty sturdy and can hold up after a drop.
    Drunk tested. Check!
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    I chipped the corners of my L900 after dropping it in the sidewalk.

    Everything was "fixed" after I purchased some 1500 sand paper and smoothed out the edges.

    I love this material! :-)

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