Belkin Shield Micra not a flexible case?

kyc

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Oct 8, 2006
25
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I was checking out the Belkin site and noticed that they changed the product description for the Shield Micra case that was offered in Apple's case program. It seems like they removed all references to it being a flexible case.

New overview on the US site (http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=512038)
Reveal, Feel, Protect

Feel the Love
Show off your iPhone with a translucent sheen that enhances the look of your device, while giving it maximum protection. This ultra-thin hard case is lightweight and the streamlined design embraces your phone to slip easily into your pocket or purse.

Double Feature
You’ll get enhanced protection for your device and the unique design lets you pop your iPhone out of the case with ease.
Old overview from their UK site (http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=514986) and on the US site a couple of days ago
Flex, Feel, Protect

Feel the Love
Protect your iPhone with the flexible, touchable case without the bulk. This ultra-thin case is lightweight and the streamlined design embraces your device to slip easily into your pocket or purse.

Double Feature
You’ll get enhanced protection for your device and the unique flexible design lets you pop your iPhone out of the case with ease.
 

Pared

macrumors 65816
Oct 19, 2007
1,127
1
That stinks. That means it's going to be hard clear plastic that scratches easily. :cool:
 

mbhforum

macrumors 6502a
Jun 23, 2010
705
148
Makes sense. The word "shield" definitely lends itself to being hard. Sounds like they had a marketing hiccup.