Neo Hybrid EX Thickness

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    RichardC300

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    Does anybody have the Spigen Neo Hybrid EX case and a Belkin Grip Candy Sheer or Speck CandyShell? If you do, could you please post a picture that compares thickness of the two? Very interested in the Neo Hybrid EX case, but I'm unsure of how thick the bumper is.
     
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    Or if you could make a thickness comparison of this case and any other case, that'd be great.
     
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  4. lovetamarav macrumors regular

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    I'll try and take pictures for you tonight. I have the Neo Hybrid EX satin silver, and a Speck Candyshell. The CandyShell is way thicker. The Neo Hybrid EX is like not even having a bumper on at all. I really love the feel of it.
     
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    Thank you! I would really appreciate it!
     
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    Sorry, didn't get a chance last night. Turns out I actually returned the CandyShell, I thought I hung on to it. Kept the FabShell. I can do those comparisons if you want.
     
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    Yes, please! Any comparison would do. Could you also comment on thickness between the FabShell and CandyShell from whatever you remember, so I can get better idea?
     
  9. lovetamarav macrumors regular

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    Okay here we go! Sorry the pics aren't the greatest. I really like the FabShell. It's very lightweight and thin. The level of protection is decent. I would say it's slightly thicket than the Neo Hybrid EX, but it may just be the shape of it (square) that makes it feel that way.

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    I really appreciate the comparison pictures! Thank you! I may just purchase the Neo Hybrid EX after this. Although, I wish it was thinner, since I read that Spigen did not make the Neo Hybrid EX any thinner than the 4S version to make up for the 5's thickness.

    It's not a bad deal, because the screen protectors that come with it cost about 15 bucks.
     
  11. lovetamarav macrumors regular

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    No problem! I didn't have the 4S version so I don't really have anything to compare it to. I know the thickness does not bother me as it did with some cases. The Neo Hybrid EX is super light and I think it really lets you enjoy the build of the phone while still having some protection.
     

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