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CandyShell Cases for HTC One VX

Two layers of sleek protection in a single-piece case

CandyShell Cases for HTC One VX

Two layers of sleek protection in a single-piece case

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Our patented CandyShell is the best of both worlds: a case that looks as good as it protects. Its patented dual-layer construction absorbs shock, yet it’s slim enough to slide in and out of pockets with ease. So for sleek style in one durable case, get CandyShell from Speck. Backed by a one-year warranty.

  • Dual-layer protection. Patented design provides two layers of protection in a single-piece construction that’s easy to put on and take off.
  • Impact resistant. Hard shell exterior guards against impact, while glossy finish helps these covers slide in and out of pockets with ease.
  • Shock absorbent. Soft, rubbery interior and reinforced corners absorb shock from occasional bumps and drops.
  • Detailed to defend. Raised bezel protects screen from impact and adds grip so your phone can lie face down on tables or dashboards without sliding. Rubberized covers shield volume and power buttons while keeping them fully accessible.
  • Lab-tested proven protection. Like all Speck cases, this CandyShell stood up to extreme temperatures, repeated functionality testing, and even everyday spills like greasy suntan lotion.
  • Long live promise. Backed by Speck’s 1 year warranty.
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  • Better than Outterbox!
    posted by Tremayne
    When I first brought my One VX, I made sure that I brought a case for my phone this time around so I wouldn't drop and break it like I have before. I brought a outterbox defender case for $50 which eventually worn down after 5 months or so. I went to the AT&T web store were I brought this case on sale for $15. Basically a steal compared to the price Speck wanted. Still use this case to this day.