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Turtleback XX Large Sized Heavy Duty Phone Pouch with Metal Belt Clip & Magnetic Closure. Fits devices up to 6.5" X 3.5" X .75". Made in the USA.
TurtleBack XX Large Heavy Duty pouch is perfect for your tough every day needs. This case is solid, dependable, durable and protects your electronic device. The pouch is made with rugged Ballistic Nylon and comes with a metal clip for ultimate durability. It also feature a magnetic closure that many prefer over the snap. Best of all, our ergonomic design allows you to use this pouch with any extra large device.
Belt Clip Release System
The case is released from the Swivel Clip by turning the case 180 degrees to the clip. The case will slide easily off only when turned upside down.
Turtleback has a 30 day money back guarantee. Turtleback products are proudly designed and manufactured in the U.S.A.
We have estimated that this pouch will fit the following devices. Please double check the dimensions of your device especially if you have any case, shell or skin on it.
Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
HTC Desire EYE, One, One E8, U Ultra
Huawei Ascend Mate2, Mate 9
LG G3, G Vista D631, G Vista 2, Optimus G Pro E980, Stylo 3, V10
Motorola Nexus 6
Nokia Lumia 1320, Lumia 1520
Samsung Galaxy Mega GT-I9200, Galaxy Mega 2, Galaxy Note SGH-i717, Galaxy Note 2 SCH-i605 SGH-T889 SPH-L900, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910, Galaxy S, Galaxy S5 SM-G900 , Galaxy S5 Active
ZTE Grand X Max Z787, Grand X Max+, Max N9520, Max+, Warp Elite, Warp Sync N9515, ZMax Z970
I am very hard on cell phones, I do not like them in a pocket, I am older, and purchased the Iphone 6+ because it is slightly easier for me to operate. The problem is it's size. The Turtleback works very well... the heavy duty clip and swivel is the difference. It was the only heavy duty clip and swivel I could find to fit this new phone. It is made very similar to my old police radio gun belt clip and swivel, just lighter, but still very durable. Dan Wade on 30th Apr 2015