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Treo Pro Holster Review

Seidio Spring-Clip Holster For Treo Pro Offers Great Protection & Portability + Easiest & Fastest Option To Answer Calls On The Go


Best Treo Pro HolsterThe first Treo Pro Holster has finally been released from Seidio and as with previous models it offers an elegant, comfortable, solid and well designed solution to ensure that you always have your smartphone by your side.


Even more importantly is the fact that in my experience a holster for Treo Pro provides the fastest option to quickly insert and remove your smartphone when you want to make or answer calls on the go.  In terms of usability, because the Treo Pro faces inwards and the spring-clip is easily accessible at the top you find that you can get your device to your ear in one swift motion without having to fumble opening a case.

 Treo-Pro-Holster-lining Treo-Pro-Holster-bottom

Additionally, because your Treo Pro faces inwards in this holster you ensure that your delicate screen doesn’t get accidentally scratched or damaged if you bump against something and a side benefit is also that because your smartphone is not “inside” a case the back speaker is fully exposed and will therefore ring loudly for all incoming calls. 

Both the soft felt lining inside (detail above left) and the full rubberized coated on the outside further help to ensure full scratch protection inside throughout.  Also, the two large “lips” that hold your Treo Pro securely in place at the bottom (detail above right) are designed in such a way to provide you with full and easy access to both the 3.5mm audio port and sync & charge connector.


As you can appreciate from the image above this Treo Pro Holster also remains extremely slim and barely increases the overall thickness of your smartphone.  I particularly like the ultraslim, solid and large locking swivel belt clip (offers seven rotating positions to 180 degrees) whose design ensure that it cannot accidentally fall off from your belt thanks to a protective bottom lip.

 Treo-Pro-Holster-clip Treo-Pro-Holster-latch

As with previous models, the all important top secure latch (detail above right) is extremely strong and robust with the added benefit of a rubber band at the point of contact with your smartphone to ensure that it doesn’t get scratched.


I personally like to wear my holster for Treo Pro in a vertical position on my belt but as I mentioned earlier you can also choose to wear it sideways either towards the front or back – in both positions you should have absolutely not doubts at all that your smartphone will remain firmly in place.

Overall I have to say that this Treo Pro Holster from Seidio is a rather welcome addition to my arsenal.  It’s extremely well designed and built, provides excellent protection and portability as well as making it extremely easy to quickly access my smartphone while on the go.

Separately, below you’ll find my other Top 5 Editor’s Choice Treo Pro case selections:

Best Treo Pro Pouch:
Incipio ORION Sleeve Case (review)

Best Treo Pro Leather Side Case:
Incipio Bond Street Leather Case (review)

Best Treo Pro Rubber Side Case:
Body Glove Side Case (review)

Best Treo Pro Organizer Case:
Swiss Mobility Legion Smartphone Case (review)

Best Treo Pro Body & Screen Protector:
Case-Mate Clear Armor (review)

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Posted by Andrew on November 19, 2008 at 10:04 AM

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by Fred | Nov 19, 2008 6:20:55 PM

Are there any rubberized cases?

How about metal cases with a belt clip?


by Josh Smiley | Nov 21, 2008 11:24:22 AM

Good review. I love their cases. they are just a bit expensive.

by gary | Nov 24, 2008 2:40:57 AM

Seideo offers a surface cover for the treo pro...along with the holster...are you going to review and carry it?

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