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CASE123 MPS Mk II TL Premium Genuine Lambskin Leather Horizontal Large Oversized Swivel Belt Clip Holster for Apple iPhone 6 / 6s (4.7 in screen) for use with Otterbox Commuter, Otterbox Symmetry, Urban Armor Gear, Case-mate


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Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions20.2 x 5 x 10.2 cm
Item model numberCA-A203-MKIIH-BKLS-IPH6_TL
  
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Date First Available26 March 2016
  
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Amazon.com: 3.6 out of 5 stars 207 reviews
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Broken Clip leading to Lost Phone 24 April 2015
By Eric - Published on Amazon.com
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Purchased case in January to hold a new iPhone 6. Case functioned well with a Spigen Slim Armor case. After only 3 and half months, the clip broke off and I lost my phone at a sporting event. Luckily, it was found and I recovered it a couple days later. The plastic pin in the swivel broke off. The quality of the clip is not good. I checked to see if Case123 has a warranty for the item but could not find anything. I then emailed an address on their website requesting options. I have not heard back from them after a couple days.

Decided to move to a different brand of holder case. Will not be purchasing from Case123 again even if they do respond to my warranty inquiry. Just do not have the confidence in the clip. Would expect the same scenario to occur in the future.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars my original CASE 123 holster was still in good shape. Hence my five star rating and decision ... 23 October 2014
By MBock - Published on Amazon.com
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I purchased this holster to replace my 3 yr old model that I used for my iPhone 4S. After 3 yrs of daily use, my original CASE 123 holster was still in good shape. Hence my five star rating and decision to purchase another Case 123 holster for my new iPhone 6. It is recommended that you also purchase a case for your iPhone 6. If you don't have a case on your iPhone 6, there is a little bit of slack inside this holster. I purchased a Speck CandyShell Grip case for my iPhone 6 because my 3 yr old Speck case kept my iPhone 4S in good condition. With this new Speck case, my iPhone 6 fits perfectly inside this holster.
3.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good little case, but the clip will break off (Pictured: case after 60mph tumble off my car) 6 March 2017
By Aleatha - Published on Amazon.com
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It was tough to decide between 3 and 4 stars. First off, the clip breaks off soon after purchase. It happened on both cases I bought, one for me and one for my husband, and we didn't abuse them. So as a belt clip case, worthless.

But as a protective case, it's very good. It fits snugly around my iPhone 6s, is semi-rigid and tough. I drove off with my iPhone, in the case, on top of my car. I heard it roll off the top of the car along the way, at 60mph. I turned around, located and retrieved the phone (luckily there was no traffic). The case was scuffed, but the phone was fine.

I suppose I have to go with three stars because what I think most buyers of this product are searching for is a belt clip case... and paying around $30 a belt clip case.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Great Case Design You'll Appreciate! 4 November 2014
By Amanda R. LaRosa - Published on Amazon.com
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Like many people, I wasn't super keen on upgrading my iPhone, but unlike many of those folks I still had an iPhone 4 that was made obsolete by Apple when it announced that only 4S and 5's could upgrade to iOS8. So I felt compelled to upgrade by necessity rather than by choice. I am still adjusting to the larger size of the iPhone 6 (over the iPhone 4) and the size of my small hands is a big part of the adjustment, one I am sure I'll overcome. But not having a case that was working for me simply compounded my dislike of the device even more, so getting the right case was a critical step in becoming happy with this non-choice. Fortunately, in the Case123 MPS Classic I'm on my way to an improved relationship with my new best electronic friend.

I bought this case only after purchasing the "Turtleback Vertical iPhone 6 (4.7) Genuine Leather Holster Case Pouch...", which I came to realize after using it for a week was not going to work for me. With a bit of searching I came upon the Case123 MPS case, which I realized is almost identically designed to my beloved Blackberry Bold case, the one that comes with the device when purchased new. I used by BB Bold case to hold my iPhone 4 until I bought the iPhone 6, and I don't think anyone noticed its branding (as if I'd care anyway): the iPhone fit perfectly. But it's too small for the iPhone 6, hence a new search was required, and "Eureka, I Found It" in the Case123 MPS. So here are the features I love about the Case123 MPS case that so strongly resembles the design of the Blackberry Bold case:

- The phone sticks up above the case's back and front, making it a bit easier to pull out of the case. When the phone is fully enveloped in the case (that is, when the front and back panels extend to the top of the phone) it's more difficult to extract the phone

- When at my desk or in a meeting I have a tendency to take the phone out of the case and put it on the table so I can see messages, etc. And because I have a tendency to forget to put it away on departure, I developed the habit of checking if the phone is in the case before walking away. Designing a half-flap that goes over the top (leaving an opening of maybe 1/2" or 3/4" on both sides of the phone) versus a full flap that totally covers the opening allows me to reach down with one hand and 'feel' if the phone is in the case when the case is clipped to my belt. When the sides go all the way to the top of the front and back panels and the flap extends fully across the opening, I can't feel the part of the phone to confirm it's there. While using the Turtleback clipped to my side and not being able to feel for the phone I'd have to turn to look for the phone. If the case was hanging further to my back than my front as I kept turning I imagine I looked like a dog trying to catch its tail. So I wore the Turtleback case on my belt closer to my front than back. That position presented the case to whoever was in front of me and I felt like Criminal Mind's Dr. Spencer Reed wearing his service weapon nearly center-body, not a good look for either of us.

- The top of the Case123 clip is NOT flush with the top of the case: rather, it's about an inch down. In the Turtleback design it's flush with the top and when I bend would dig into my side. With the clip located lower on the case and the case sticking up a little from my belt, it's the soft leather that touches me, not the hard clip.

- The Case123 clip is an 'alligator' mechanism, one that opens by squeezing it much like a clothespin. The clip on the Turtleback has no working parts (it's one formed piece of really stiff metal) and you either shove the over the belt to put it on, or thread the belt through the clip's opening. The stiffness of Turtleback's clip prevents it from accidentally slipping off (normally a very good thing!) but getting it both on and off was a challenge. Case123's 'alligator' clip seems sturdy enough, and in using my BB Bold case for about six years (between housing first the Bold and then the iPhone) it never failed.

The one complaint I have with the Case123 case is that the flap magnet isn't very strong. I debated adding a pair of bar magnets to the flap and case but found another solution...

- Like many cases, the Case123 MPS Classic is made with a wide opening to accommodate a phone housed in a protective cover. I've never used a cover on any phone I've had but bought a skinnier cover (a Case-Mate Glam cover) rather than a thick one such as an OtterBox. Even with the skinny cover the phone was still loose in the case, and I was concerned that even adding stronger magnets wouldn't keep it secure from somehow falling out. In a packing container I found a thin piece of foam measuring about 1/2" thick and cut a piece slightly smaller than the interior of the case and glued it in. The phone now fits very snuggly, to the point that I can hold the case with the phone upside down - even without the flap over it - and the phone will not fall out. Yes, it's a bit of a pain to pull out the phone and I am careful when putting it into the case (so as not to dislodge my careful glue job), but that's a small sacrifice to get a case that works with this phone.

The construction is solid, the materials first rate. Strongly recommend!
5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful case for an HTC One M9 in an Otterbox Defender Series case (Or without an Otterbox) 1 February 2016
By Roger C.W. - Published on Amazon.com
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Great case for an HTC One M9 that is in an Otterbox Defender Series case for that phone. It' fits nicely. What if you don't have the Otterbox case ? You should have that Otterbox case too, but if don't have one, the phone would just fit slightly looser. I don't think it would be too loose. This case even came with a separate plastic holder for a belt clip or harness. I didn't know that it was included. It could be used to make video recordings hands free. If you have a harness of some type that goes around your upper body, you could attach the phone in the plastic belt clip holder onto your harness on your chest, and make a video hands free of whatever kind of activity you're doing. I bought a chest harness several years ago for about $12 to use to keep a camera case from bouncing around my chest while walking or hiking. It's called a camera bag harness or something like that. Regarding the leather case, I had to cut off with a small craft razor blade a tiny rectangular piece of leather on the side that covered the lowest button on the Otterbox/phone.


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