LG Versa (Verizon Wireless)
Manufacturer: LG Part number: Versa
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CNET editors' review
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- Reviewed by: Nicole Lee
- Reviewed on: 03/03/2009
- Released on: 02/25/2009
The good: The LG Versa is an attractive touch-screen handset with an animated user interface, plus it has options for additional modules. The Versa also has a full HTML browser with Flash Lite support, EV-DO, GPS, a 2.0-megapixel camera, and a music player. It comes with a QWERTY keyboard module, which doubles as a case.
The bad: The LG Versa suffers from a poor Web-browsing experience, and the screen can be sometimes unresponsive in certain applications. There is no Wi-Fi, and Visual Voice Mail has a monthly cost.
The bottom line: If you can live with the clunky Web browser, the LG Versa is a very good touch-screen phone with the added versatility of optional modules.
Very Good Phone
by crazykid123 on February 27, 2009
Pros: -3 inch touch screen
-3D interface with 3 customizable home screens
-accelerometer works on mostly all menus
Cons: -qwerty keyboard doesn't look visually appealing
-touch screen sometimes doesn't respond
Summary: The Versa is really a good phone once you actually play with it. The phone by itself is roughly the same size as the Dare but a little bit narrower. ...
Summary: The Versa is really a good phone once you actually play with it. The phone by itself is roughly the same size as the Dare but a little bit narrower. The touch screen is really nice but sometimes you have to click stuff twice for it to respond but that happened very little. The UI is quick and smooth and it has cool but useless animations. The web browser is one of the best mobile web browser I've seen. It renders pages nicely and scrolling is easy.
12 out of 12 users found this user opinion helpful.
lives up to the name
by colbyd19 on March 2, 2009
Pros: easy to detach/attach
gaming is fun
txting is simple
call sound is great
speaker is loud for music
well responsive touch screen
acceleromator is very quick
Cons: still uses a lot of mobile websites instead of full html sites
camera isn't as strong as other phones
Summary: the lg versa is so far turning out to be a great purchase. after looking over this website for almost 2 months, i was in between buying the storm or ...
Summary: the lg versa is so far turning out to be a great purchase. after looking over this website for almost 2 months, i was in between buying the storm or the dare... but after hearing this phone was coming out i decided to wait til this came to the store to make my final decision. i'm so glad i did, this phone was an amazing find. a lot of people knock it for the look or what side the keyboard is on, but in all honesty its a pretty solid phone. holding the phone when the keyboard is on isn't as awkward as it is made out to be.. it takes a little getting used to but after having it a couple days i feel fine using it. gaming is amazing on this phone, especially need for speed undercover (demo comes on the phone when you buy it). its very similar to the iphone when it comes to driving the car, but other than that lg has done well to branch out from trying to duplicate the iphone.
the negatives are few and far between.. the camera isn't as strong as i would like it to be, but then again i only take pictures with my phone when im drunk so haha, i dont have to worry about it that much. also, i don't like the browser. some websites come up full, but as for like espn, facebook, etc... it still goes to the m.whatever sites. youtube works on here well though, for those who really want flash.
as for this review, i would definately recommend this phone. im no robot or whatever, but it really is a good phone. hope you find this helpful, i know i read a lot of these looking for this phone too.
9 out of 9 users found this user opinion helpful.
Pretty cool ...
by julienw88 on March 18, 2009
Pros: Phone is actually brown, not black like every other phone.
Not heavy, but sturdy in your hand.
Very responsive touch screen, slightly better than the Dare.
Texting is amazing.
Switching from vertical to horizontal view seemed quicker than Dare.
Cons: Camera is just so-so.
Web browser is better than most, but still not that great.
Doesn't support the Mobile Banking app (for Regions Bank) yet
Summary: I upgraded to the BlackBerry Curve 8330 originally, but hated it! So, I took it back and got the Versa. So far I love it. I had the LG Venus ...
Summary: I upgraded to the BlackBerry Curve 8330 originally, but hated it! So, I took it back and got the Versa. So far I love it. I had the LG Venus before, so I am somewhat used to the 'touch.' It is prone to lots of finger smudges, but what phone isn't. Sound quality is great! I haven't experienced any static-like sounds, like mentioned in the CNet review, so far.
I was up in the air between the LG Dare and the Versa. But after playing with both in the store, I picked the Versa. Here is why: On the main menu, you can turn the phone horizontally and the menu turns too. The Dare does not do this on the main menu screen. The texting menus looked identical on the Dare and Versa, but the actual size of the keypad and qwerty keyboard was a bit smaller on the Versa (the actual letters and numbers) - I'm a girl with small hands and liked this; a guy with large fingers may like the Dare better. The shortcut menu icon on the home screen is in a different location on the Versa than the Dare. While holding the Dare in one hand (right) it was easier to accidentially hit this icon, being it was right at thumb level. The Versa's is positioned better. The attachable qwerty keyboard was NOT a selling point for me, but after actually using it, it's growing on me. The responsiveness just seemed to be better on the Versa than the Dare. The only real downside to the Versa is the camera. It's a great camera, but the Dare's is better.
Overall, this phone is awesome and has some really 'fun' features. And anyone interested in this phone should NOT be turned off by the attachable keyboard. It does completely detach and does NOT have to be added. It does come with an added mini stylus, too. This helps sometimes while web browsing.
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
Great phone, but could be better
by divatech31 on March 9, 2009
Pros: touch screen
great resolution; nice vivid color
Cons: html browser needs repeated touches and can be very slow
touch sensitivity could be better
Summary: Overall, I like the phone. It's a definite step up from the enV I used to have. I wanted an iphone but I'm not too crazy about the ...
Summary: Overall, I like the phone. It's a definite step up from the enV I used to have. I wanted an iphone but I'm not too crazy about the AT&T network, so I figured this would be a good alternative. As a phone, it's excellent, with clear, crisp sound quality. Visually, the display is stunning! The GPS navigation is also great. I'm a hotmail user, so the limited choice of email platforms was not a problem for me. The 2.0 megapixel camera is pretty decent quality, and the camera comes with options to modify the picture/video after capture, which is nice. The touchscreen sensitivity on this phone is not as good as that of an iphone. I have to hit icons more than once or I'll mistakingly select something when I'm just trying to scroll. This is why I love that the phone has a keyboard extension. Texting or html browsing without it is VERY laborious! I also like that you can program the phone to go directly to txt or notepad mode when you start typing. The keyboard does make the phone significantly heavier and wider, but I don't mind it so much...the attachment provides a protective cover to the touchscreen (which is great for women like me who throw their phones in their purses). I like that you can answer calls with the phone closed (when the keyboard attachment is on), but I don't like that you have to open the phone to make a call and then close the phone to talk (if you want to hold the phone to your ear). However, the phone doesn't hang up when you close the cover...so that's a positive. Also, the screen with the attachment on is just a plain ol' tiny, black and white, MS-DOS looking screen....very boring.
Like the CNET reviewers, I too have an issue with the browser taking a long time and then crashing. This is annoying.
Overall, I like where LG is trying to go with the phone. I would recommend waiting for version 2.0, when the html kinks have been worked out. Also, the promise of future modules is pretty neat. I'm looking forward to seeing what those are...hopefully, they won't cost an arm and a leg.
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best phone I have ever owned...needs software update
by Turbojimmy1 on March 19, 2009
Pros: Best phone ever. Auto-focus camera awesome. Detachable keyboard is pure genius. Solid battery life. Texting is a joy with the keyboard. Looks different from other current phone models. It's like two phone in one.
Cons: Low resolution camera for such a new phone. Touch screen unresponsive a lot of the time. No auto-complete or spell check while texting. Web browser hard to use, locks up and hard to read. Software glitch that causes phone to lock up (see below).
Summary: I have been looking for the ultimate text message phone for years. I love to text. I have been with Cricket for 4 years then switched to the new Boost ...
Summary: I have been looking for the ultimate text message phone for years. I love to text. I have been with Cricket for 4 years then switched to the new Boost Unlimited plan last week...and what a nightmare. 5 days into my Boost service I switched to Verizon. I have had a Verizon work phone for 10 years and have never had any problem but used the Cricket as my personal and home phone mainly for the unlimited service and my fear of commitment to a contract service.
Well, after my miserable experience with Boost I decided to take the plunge and go ahead and sign a contract and get a phone with new technology. So I chose Verizon and the Versa.
I was immediately happy with the Versa. It is compact, has a vivid display and the detachable keyboard is incredible.
Like most of the reviews on here it took me a day or so to get used to texting with it, I was so used to the the t9 texting that the keyboard was strange to me. After about a day I was really into it. I don't think I could ever go back to a flip phone, which was my biggest fear when I bought it because I have never owned anything other than a flip phone.
After I got the phone all set up to my liking I can honestly say that I love it. It's not much for web use, but for calls and texting it is really good. The only things I would change is add predictive text and spell check to the text function. Also LG could eliminate a few steps in sending texts to make it even better.
Here are the few things that I don't like about the phone:
1) A lot of times you have to hit the touch screen multiple times to get it to respond, even though you get visual and touch feedback that the phone received your command.
2) I am on my second handset because of a glitch with my first one. After calling LG tech support they recommended that I return it under warranty. Verizon was kind enough to swap it out for me on the spot no questions asked, but the new handset has the same issue. For all those that own a Versa try this...set your phone lock screen saver to one of the "fun animations" either the world clock or the cube. After the phone locks and goes to one of these screen savers and you receive a text don't immediately check it, let the phone go back to lock mode. At this point the phone will not respond to any input...either through the touch screen or the function keys on the side. The only way to unlock the phone is to remove the battery and reboot the phone. This is obviously a firmware glitch that will hopefully be corrected in the next software release.
3) When using the phone in the stand alone mode (without the keyboard attached) the 3 main menus will not rotate with the phone. I have tried on two different handsets and still nothing. They always stay in the portrait position no matter how you hold the phone. All of the sub-menus rotate with the phone and when the keyboard module is attached these menus rotate with the phone. I hope that this function is something that can be updated with a software release as well.
All in all I totally love this phone. Honestly I always thought Motorola would eventually come out with my ultimate phone, but due to my recent lack of satisfaction with Motorola products and customer service I'm glad I decided to try something else. The Versa has a few glitches, but is a fantastic phone, especially if you like to text. Even with the issues it has I wouldn't trade it for any other phone on the market. I just hope that Lg addresses these small issues and corrects them and maybe offers a few upgrades in the Versa II. A camera with a resolution more in line with current offerings would be a good start, as well as spell check, predictive text, and a more responsive touch screen and web browser. Thanks.
5 out of 5 users found this user opinion helpful.
PHONE IS AWFUL!
by seansoulo on September 4, 2009
Pros: Looks nice and the Qwerty keypad.
Cons: Short life battery. Freezes constantly. Alarm clock works when it wants to work.
Summary: Okay, so this phone started off great. 5 months and $300 plus later, the phone freezes up at least 3 - 4 times a day. Sometimes when I go to ...
Summary: Okay, so this phone started off great. 5 months and $300 plus later, the phone freezes up at least 3 - 4 times a day. Sometimes when I go to open the qwerty keypad to text, it freezes! When I go to make a call sometimes it freezes. Sometimes when I'm on a call IT FREEZES. This means I have to detach the touch-screen from the keypad and remove the battery, wait a few seconds, then re-insert the battery and power it up again. It's beyond annoying. I took it to a store a few weeks ago and they replaced the battery. It didn't help and the new battery, just like the original one barely lasts 1 day ona full charge. I asked for a different phone and Verizon said because it is outside of the 30-day warranty period, I can only exchange it for another Versa. ***? I have been with Verizon almost 10 years and have had numerous phones and paid on average $75 - $100 a month (approx. $12,000) for service, and they will not even allow me to switch into another type of phone.
This LG Versa is clearly the only phone I have had problems with and thee worst phone Verizon has put out. Don't get me wrong, I have no problem with VZW service...just this phone. I am not alone in my frustration. Just read the Versa reviews on the VZW website. My suggestion is to stay away from this phone if you can.
3 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
Just what I was looking for......
by shellice on March 11, 2009
Pros: -touchscreen seems to be very responsive
-screen size is nice and has a good picture (good colors)
-fairly easy to learn how to use
-customizable screens (I really like the favorites screen)
-supports 16GB microSD card!
Cons: -typical for the camara on the phone, it take a couple of seconds before the picture actually is taken
-I don't like the brown background color that is in settings & tools and the contact list.
-case for qwerty keyboard is not exactly the nicest
Summary: I had been looking to replace my Samsung Alias for about three months when I heard that this phone had come out. I really enjoyed the qwerty keyboard as I ...
Summary: I had been looking to replace my Samsung Alias for about three months when I heard that this phone had come out. I really enjoyed the qwerty keyboard as I text quite a bit and am a typist so that was a requirement of any new phone I got. I had looked at the Dare, env2, Glyde, Voyager all of which I really didn't like and thought about upgrading to a Smartphone (Curve or Storm) but have no need for that functionality.
When I first saw the versa in the store I knew I was in love and went back later and got it (my mom also upgrade to the versa that day and she really likes hers as well). I have now had it for 10 days and am still in love.
The touchscreen is very responsive and quick. It took about 2 days for me to really get used to it but I have no problems at all now.
I have to admit that I do not use browsing functions (that's not in my plan) so I can not comment on how those work. I also have to admit that I haven't actually used the qwerty attachment yet as I quickly got used to the touchscreen. I know many would say that maybe I should have just gotten the dare and I did look at that one, however, when I was typing a text message on the dare, I only saw one line of text, with the versa in touchscreen mode, I get two. That makes a big difference to me. In addition, I think the touchscreen interface is much more responsive and fast than any other one I have seen.
One of the things I really like is the favorites menu. Just by clicking on a name I get an option to either send them a text or call them. This is very fast and convienent for me since I tend to have a short list of who I call/text most often. I think you can fit at least 10 people on the favorites list if not more.
In addition, customizing the differnt menus is so simple. It's almost like they walk you through it.
The major complaints that I have at this time are certainly things I can live with. I don't like the case for the qwerty attachment. Not really a big deal since I'm not really using it. I don't like a background color that for some reason I can't figure out how to change. It's purely cosmetic and a personal choice (won't stop me from using the phone). It has the 2.5mm jack instead of the 3.5mm jack. I can buy the converter and I have an iPod so not really necessary for me.
There is really only one thing that annoys me is that long delay between when you hit the button to take the picture and when the picture is actually taken. I can't hold that against the versa because this seems to be the case with every camara phone I have ever had. Maybe someday someone could fix that?
Call quality is very good (absolutely no complaints). I haven't used the speakerphone much but haven't had any problems yet.
Overall, I really enjoy the phone and would recommend it to someone who thinks the touchscreen thing is cool and would like the option to have a regular qwerty attached.
3 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
Very good phone
by 1russellh on March 5, 2009
Pros: Versatile and customizable. Much lighter than the Voyager. User friendly.
Cons: Not for people with big hands if you don't use the keyboard. Sometimes doesn't respond to first tap in some functions. No case for the phone when in the keyboard.
Summary: I went and purchased this phone tonight and was very impressed by it's form and functionality. Real easy to use and was a lot lighter than my previous phone (...
Summary: I went and purchased this phone tonight and was very impressed by it's form and functionality. Real easy to use and was a lot lighter than my previous phone (Voyager). I was surprised because I thought it would be a brick of a phone. I'm impressed so far.
3 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
Finally a good phone from Verizon
by m4him on April 25, 2009
Pros: User interface, contact searching, strong signal, contact searching, camera has many features, music plays in the background, a good group of included programs, easy of use, touch-screen works well
Cons: Verizon's weak navigator, no software for syncing included, only 2mp camera, browser is a bit weak in features, very few add-on programs, push mail is extra 5 dollars per month, visual voice mail is extra per month.
Summary: If I could give this a 4.5 I would.
I love the features, the screen, the keyboard, closing the keyboard and it auto locks, the cube effect between screens, ...
Summary: If I could give this a 4.5 I would.
I love the features, the screen, the keyboard, closing the keyboard and it auto locks, the cube effect between screens, good calendar, calculator, tip calculator, world clock, etc.
It multi-tasks so I can listen to music while doing almost everything. If I make a call or use the navigator the music stops. When I exit the app the music starts where it left off. I can text and do most other functions and the music plays in the background. When the music is playing it puts a ribbon across the top which blocks some of the icons under it but you can move the icons to get them out of the way. When you receive a text the music stops and while reading the text the music does not continue until the text screen is exited. Seems like that is something that should be fixed.
The voice commands do not seem to work very well except for using it to make calls. I could not get the right song to play and when I said goto navigator every time it goes to the calculator.
The internet browser works as expected for a phone. I would like to have seen a floating magnifier. You have to do 2 clicks and a slide to magnify the entire page and then rub the screen until the part of the page desired is shown. This works fine but seems like fewer clicks could be designed.
The navigator is the typical VZNavigator with its inherited cut-down features compared to a real gps. It depends on a Verizon network connections for maps but has a good gps for location tracking. I have 30 days free then I will activate the subscription for a month when traveling.
The user interface was very well thought out. There are a lot of features and shortcuts. I love the way you can locate a contact quickly. The favorites screen for adding contacts is very convenient. I wish the media screen allowed a play list to be added to it or an album.
The camera has a flash and they cut back a bit from the Dare as it is 2mp instead of 3mp. What is a phone camera for anyway? It is unlikely you will win the photography Pulitzer award with a phone camera but then again who knows. I use my camera to take photos of faces for my contacts and that is pretty much it. There are plenty of features with the camera including a panoramic mode that allows you to take 3 shots to form a panoramic view. It shows you the right edge of the previous shot so you can align the next shot. Now if the world would just hold still long enough to get the next shot. The focus to shot time is really long at about 2-3 seconds and the lens is way to slow for an action shot. You can turn the autofocus off, there is a timer, auto save on/off, face detection, spot or average focus, 3 shutter sounds or no shutter sound, white balance, change resolution. The video works well for a phone camera.
The speaker is loud but only a mono speaker. The bluetooth works perfectly. The rings are very loud and a lot to choose from. You can easily add your own ring tones with the USB Mass Storage mode on a Mac, Linux, or ... what was that other abstract operating system out there? WinDose or something like that.
You will not make a fashion statement with this phone as the case is mud ugly. The nice thing is that it protects the phone. Sure would have been nice if they had provided a place for the included stylus. I guess that stylus was an afterthought.
The contacts are always available. The contact program is a bit light as it does not have the ability to put the address in. That would be really handy and especially if it was linked to the navigator.
The keyboard is just awesome. It has plenty of room for big fingers and all the standard symbols are available right on the keyboard.
The reception seems to be very good. I noticed that I am getting 1 to 2 bars more than with the Glyde and about the same as the Krave.
There is no software included. It seems that there are issues with the drivers working with Verizon?s Rhapsody program. I hope the get this fixed soon. For now you can access your memory card by putting the phone is USB Mass Storage mode.
There is no such thing as a perfect phone but this one is worth the extra money. Have you noticed that the ones that are cheap are the ones that everyone is having problems with? You can get a Glyde online for 50 dollars. The new Glyde with the resistive screen may be worth the 50 dollars if you really only want to talk on the phone and do not care about the other features. Then the other features become a bonus. If you want a phone that you can talk on and actually use for music, browsing, quick texting, and limited navigation then the Versa seems to be a good choice.
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
by lxJGTxl on March 25, 2009
Pros: -Beautiful Responsive Touch Screen
-MP3 Is Simple and Very Easy To use
-Loud and Clear Speaker
-Call Quality Is To Die For
-Home Screens Are Customizable for Shortcuts/Favorites/Media
-Only 2.0 Camera but Captures Clear and Amazing Pictures
Cons: - Attachable keyboard Isn't Very Appealing. Prefer It Off.
- Internet Is Good. But Could Be Better.
- Video Captures are Mediocre
- Battery Life Needs Improvements.
Summary: Bottom Line, this is an AMAZING phone. Has a gorgeous Touch Screen that is VERY responsive. MP3 player supports a variety of different formats and plays beautifully. 2.5mm headset ...
Summary: Bottom Line, this is an AMAZING phone. Has a gorgeous Touch Screen that is VERY responsive. MP3 player supports a variety of different formats and plays beautifully. 2.5mm headset jack was a bit disappointing, but spending only $5 on an adapter at frys electronics made it no biggy. Camera takes great pictures; unfortunatly, takes mediocre videos. call quality is outstanding as well. For those who complain about the Keyboard it comes with, REMEMBER ITS DETACHABLE. meaning you DON'T have to use it. it prefer mine off. In about 2 days of using the querty keyboard on the touchscreen, i could text a lot faster than with a regular querty keyboard. the pressure sensitive touchscreen in my opinion makes it better than texting on the iphones keyboard. And instead of using the keyboard for a case i got a clear hard plastic case for it. clean and looks amazing. Also the phone comes with a beautiful displayed homescreen with a customizable screen for shortcuts, favorites, and media. i find each page extremely useful. Overall, this is the phone to get from verizon wireless. better than the dare, voyager (by a little bit), and glyde in my opinion. but i wouldnt say its better than the omnia or the storm. and the omnia is alot cheaper. so this is my review. yes i have the phone. so im not a random reviewer. had it for 2 weeks. so i hope this helps.haha i bet your like 8 years old. you actually think the dare is top of the line?!?!?! i have the versa. and i absolutely love it. i love it more than the dare. but im not gonna say its top of the line. its far from. top of the line would be the blackberry curve, blackberry storm, Iphone, etc. so being 8 years old, im guessing you wrote a review for this phone to make your lg dare look better? find something better to do like make friends, because its obvious you don't have any.
Updated on Mar 25, 2009
Updated on Mar 25, 2009^ that last update was ment for a reply to another review. typed in the wrong box
oh and incase ppl give me crap for saying the versa is better than the dare and voyager because i dont own it.. well my bro has the dare. and i use to mess with it all the time before i got my phone so i know exactly what its capable of. and i got my girlfriend the voyager last week. so i know exactly how each phone is. so yeah. just thought id throw that in there. k im done waistin my life on cnet.com. later
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
- Manufacturer: LG
- Part number: Versa
- Description: The LG VX9600 Versa is the epitome of versatility. With a detachable QWERTY keypad and customizable 3D user interface you can mold the Versa into the perfect phone for you and your way of life.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type Cellular phone
- Form Factor Full keyboard
- Phone Design PDA
- Integrated Components Voice recorder,
- Antenna Internal
- Width 2.1 in
- Depth 0.6 in
- Height 4.2 in
- Weight 3.8 oz
- Technology CDMA2000 1X
- Band CDMA2000 1X 1900/800
- Service Provider Verizon Wireless
- Input Device(s) Touch sensitive screen,
Messaging & Internet
- Cellular Messaging Services SMS
- Messaging & Data Features Text messages,
- Downloadable Content Applications,
- Mobile Services VCAST
- Data Transmission EV-DO
- Wireless Interface Bluetooth
- Bluetooth Profiles Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
- Communication Features Internet browser
- Phone Functions Call timer,
- Polyphonic Ringer Yes
- Additional Features TTY compatible
- Personal Information Management Calendar,
- Supported Digital Audio Standards MP3,
- Supported Flash Memory Cards microSD
- Sensor Resolution 2 megapixels
- Still Image Resolutions 1280 x 960,
480 x 640,
320 x 240,
480 x 400,
1600 x 1200
- Self Timer Delay 10 sec,
- Navigation Software & Services VZ Navigator
- Type LCD display - Color
- Technology TFT
- Diagonal Size 3 in
- Display Resolution 240 x 480 pixels
- Color Depth 18-bit (262000 Colors)
- Multi-language Menu Yes
- Display Languages English,
- Features LCD touch screen
- Type OLED display - Monochrome
- Display Resolution 56 x 120 pixels
- Connector Type Headset jack - Sub-mini-phone 2.5 mm
- Technology Lithium ion
- Capacity 1100 mAh
- Run Time Details Talk - up to 290 min,
Standby - up to 430 hour(s)
- Compliant Standards HAC(Hearing Aid Compatible)
- Included Accessories Power adapter , Power adapter
- Axiom AX - flash memory card - 1 GB - microSD (34669272)21.99
- Centon mediaPOWER flash memory card - 2 GB - microSD (34146268)15.26
- Dane-Elec flash memory card - 2 GB - microSD (32399125)3.82 - 8.98
- Dane-Elec flash memory card - 8 GB - microSD (33701076)10.13 - 19.00
- OtterBox Commuter Series case for cellular phone (34548062)29.54
- OtterBox Impact Series case for cellular phone (34548294)14.71