Does the incase really scratch the chrome?

808flip

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ive been looking for a good case for my iPhone and the incase is one if the one I wasthinking about getting because it seems to keep the sleekness of the phone pretty well. For those of you who actually hve it, does it really scratch the chrome? I have no scraches so far from keeping the phone naked in my pocket but I'm concerned about dropping it. Suggestions? Help?
 

stewsan

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I've had the incase for a couple of weeks and no scratches but it's really stretching out. I like the case as it, well used to, fit tight and helped protect it without being bulky. I have a thin silicon slip on skin for my Blackberry that I like but haven't seen anything available like it for the iPhone.
 

beckey76

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I've had mine for about a week and it has not scratched my iPhone.
 

cdoyle

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Had mine for about 6 days and it left little scratches all over the chrome..took it off and had to polish the scratches out using Icleaner.
 

jordan

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I had the incase on my iPhone for a week or so, and yes it left little scratches from dirt and lint getting underneath the case and scratching the chrome. So I took it off and now use the bestskinsever.
 

nobbie

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Mine hasn't scratched the chrome bezel at all. But my boss took his to the beach and came back with a bunch of scratches. So, it really just depends on where you use it, I guess. I run by finger under the lip to wipe away any scratch-inducing debris that may have collected there.
 

Quake97

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Mine has scratches on the bezel as well. I did have it at the shore for a week, but only one the physical beach once. I guess some salty air and/or sand got under the lip and scratched the bezel. I was going to try to order a new bezel from iFixit when they come in, but maybe iCleaner is a better option.

Joe
 

HELPmepLox

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yes your suppose to completely make sure no lint or dust is in because once you put it on and if stuff r stuck inbetween it suppose to kinda dmg it other then that it does also loosen up if u take it off and on...:oops:
 

motuser

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No scratches on the chrome for me, but I carry the iPhone with incase inside another magnetic flap (yes, magnets) case clipped to my belt.
 

Redfor

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Been using one for about a month now, no scratches. The inside of the case is acutally really soft like felt. Its a very good quality case.
 

mullman

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Been using one for about a month now, no scratches. The inside of the case is acutally really soft like felt. Its a very good quality case.
Scratched mine up.

I taped the screen and converted the shiney chrome bezel to a brushed look, so no more worrying about it. IMHO it looks better, less bling.
But then I also moved to an Orbino case to, which is awesome.