HTC HD7 Cases
Nite Ize Clip Case Sideways
for HTC HD7Made of durable ballistic nylon to protect from impacts, and accented with weather-resistant hypalon, this case is designed to keep your phone safe and at-hand on your belt, in a fixed horizontal position.
Nite Ize Backbone Case
for HTC HD7Introducing the next generation of rugged protection for all of the mobile devices in your life.
Nite Ize Cargo Clip Case
for HTC HD7Nite Ize has redefined the rugged holster with new designs and features!
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33% ecolife Element Top Case
for HTC HD7These durable and stylish cases are constructed using CYCLEPET, a recycled fabric created from post-consuming PET container flakes.
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Nite Ize Leather Cargo Clip Case
for HTC HD7Nite Ize has redefined the rugged side case with new designs and features!
Looking for the best cases or covers for your HTC HD7? HTC Haven offers a wide selection of HTC HD7 cases and covers in many colors and styles. Cases are an essential way to protect your HTC HD7 from scratches, dents and occasional impacts. So whether you choose a colorful skin case or work ready leather case you'll be protecting your HTC HD7 for a fraction of the replacement cost. Start protecting your HTC HD7 with a cover today!
So what kinds of HTC HD7 cases can you get? Find out more
A Mini-Guide to HD7 Cases
This is the most popular style of HTC HD7 case. The HD7 holster (sometimes called a clip case) is typically a formed piece of plastic that grips the HD7 at its four corners, it has a belt clip and latch with which to release the HD7. In most cases the HD7 is reversible within the case meaning you can store your HD7 either screen in (and protected) or screen out (so you can use it 'in-case' as it were). If the screen is 'in' then it cannot be used whilst in-situ. Removal is usually a simple matter of depressing the clip to release the phone.
We think it's popular for it's simplicity, ease of use and generally low bulk and weight over head.
Hard HD7 Cases
These offer good protection for your HTC HD7 but can be more bulky than skin cases. Hard cases come in a variety of materials including leather, metal and plastic. Most do not provide protection for the HTC HD7 screen but do come with belt loop or clips some of which are removeable. Thus you can use the HTC HD7 in-situ.
HD7 Skin Cases
Usually made of silicone the HD7 Skin Cases are popular because they provide additional grip and reasonable protection for reduced bulkiness and typically lower cost than hard cases. A minor caveat is that it makes it harder to retrieve the HD7 from a pocket or purse because the silicone sticks to many surfaces. The silicone material can become discoloured in time and only high quality skin cases fit perfectly.
Recently, improved manufacturing and better materials have led to some very slim skin case designs that add very little bulk to the HTC HD7.
Like the hard case above, the skin case can remain in place whilst operating the HD7 but unlike the hard case most do not have belt loops or clips.
HD7 Pouches come in three flavours: side pouches, top pouches and pocket pouches. They typically cover the entire HTC HD7 including the screen and are usually made of leather, plastic or silicon. Therefore HD7 pouches offer the most complete protection available. As their name suggests they keep the HTC HD7 safe in a variety of orientations. In nearly all cases the HD7 must be removed from the pouch before use.
Pouches usually come with belt loops or clips. This coupled with more sturdy or rugged construction add to the total bulk.
A HD7 body skin is the next generation of skin case and takes the form of a formed film that comes in several pieces that you apply to the designated areas of your HTC HD7. Most have a screen protection component. All can remain on whilst the HTC HD7 is being used. The offer scratch resistance and enhanced grip but do little for physical protection. They are the least bulky of all HTC HD7 cases.
Flip-Lid HD7 Cases
Flip-lid cases are the hinged syblings of hard and pouch cases that enable you to use the HTC HD7 whilst in the case by flipping the protective screen flap either up like a Star Trek communicator or across like a book. They are usually bulkier and more expensive than their parents but offer convienience in exchange.