Before beginning this review, we must clarify that the definition for the small, medium and large phones has changed since the launch of the Galaxy Note. Those that were considered large are now medium.

We received an Overboard Waterproof case, courtesy of MobileFun iPad Accessories. Let us begin.

The case comes nicely packed and looks nice and shiny in the first go. Though Overboard has mentioned the case to be for small phones, We deem a device like the N8 not to fit the category. Rather, we term it as a medium sized device.

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

Upon opening, the contents of the package include the case, a hook, a lanyard. And No, the phone does not come inside the package Smile with tongue out

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

The case is made up of waterproof material that feels soft yet strong. We had to open these locks to get a look inside the case.

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

The phone can be slid through once the locks are open. These locks act a sealing barrier once the phone is inside.

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

Once securely locked, nothing can enter or exit the case save light Smile with tongue out

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

The case did not prove to be any hindrance while operating the phone. The phone responded as snappily as it did outside the case.

Overboard have made sure that the phone’s camera is not missed out. While the front has a larger transparent are to operate the phone to it’s fullest, the rear of the case makes sure that the camera is not covered.

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

A sample of the camera functioning inside the case

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

You can use the hook and and the lanyard to secure the phone while you are on the move.

 Review–Overboard Waterproof case for Medium sized devices

In my opinion, the case is one of the best in it’s class. It can keep you phone safe from water damage. We definitely recommend this case if you device is small to medium in size. But if you have a Galaxy Note, then this case is not a choice as the Note would not fit in.

Two weeks have passed this month. And that means its time for Krusell’s monthly sales report. For those of you new to the topic: Krusell is a highly “prominent” case manufacturer which is popular among non-techies and has a very strong retail presence.

The sales figures for July 2011 have been released. And the winner is:

Samsung Galaxy S2

1. (2) Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II
2. (1) Apple iPhone 4
3. (3) HTC Sensation
4. (4) Nokia 3720 Classic
5. (10) HTC Desire S
6. (-) Nokia 6303 Classic
7. (9) Nokia C5
8. (-) HTC Wildfire S
9. (8) HTC Desire HD
10. (-) Samsung B2100
() = Last month’s position.

Samsung Galaxy S II is the sales champ for Krusell this July.

Two months ago I predicted that we would see this Samsung model as the number one selling case, says Ulf Sandberg CEO at Krusell. I was a bit too hot on the trigger, since I was wrong two times before it became reality. I expect us to see the same results, with minor changes, for the list of August but I can be wrong again of course he ends.

For the new readers – The list is based on the number of pieces of custom made mobile-, smartphone cases ordered from Krusell during July 2011. Krusell’s list is unique due to the fact that it reflects the sales of phones on six continents and in more than 70 countries around the globe.

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