A few years ago, manufacturers competed with one another by offering literally hundreds of different case form factors. The market then consolidated…until Peter Weiss Rohr’s Fortte set out to mix it all up once again.
Getting the Centro into the case is easy – it can be slid in from the top:
True to tradition, Fortte included a cutout for headphones. While the gesture is appreciated, it turns out to be useless due to the headphones having to be removed when taking the Centro out of the case.
Please keep in mind that this case is hand-made and built to order. You can choose from an ever-growing number of colors, styles and varieties…look at the Fortte web site for further information. BTW: if you want to omit the belt clip: it can be done!
In the end, the STiL Vertical Pouch makes an excellent holster case for holster case fans. As usual, the case is immaculately done and can be customized like all other Fortte cases. The steep price of up to 70$ is justified due to the customizability…