Bought this case for my wifes Moto Razr M. Like the feel of the soft but durable silcon cover. The hard outer shell is a plus. The ports that are used a lot are left opened and the sim/micro sd card slot is covered so no worry about accidently losing cards. She really likes the case. Overall feels very durable but still feels good in your hands. Would recommend for anyone looking for a very well designed case for their Razr M.
Droid Razr M
User: N C, Feb 4, 2013
A simple light and easily attached hybrid case. The interior rubber coating slips on easily and the exterior hard shell snaps around it to keep it in place. I especially liked the fact that the Sim card/SD card slot is covered by the interior rubber. No accidental opening of the slot and potentially losing your SIM card or SD card. The corners of the Seido are protected by the hard outer shell especially the two bottom corners which presumably are more likely to hit the ground first if dropped. I was between the Incipio hybrid and this one. The Incipio might have been fractionally lighter but the Seidio had more color choices and the protected SIM /SD card coverage made the choice for me, the Seidio.
Good but BAD!
User: Adriana M, Mar 5, 2014
Does offer much protection against drops, scratches etc.
My phone was full of dirt which of course grinds into the phone even through 2 cases!
I hate to leave a bad rating but I believe protection against dirt and grime is equally important as dropping it etc. I didnt think this was expectable as this is a bulky hardy two piece case. Doesnt fit small hands and the Droid Razr M is one of the only good name brand droid phones that not like holding a brick to your ear. Doesnt slide in and out of pocket at all.