Review: Incipio DualPro CF for the HTC One

The HTC One is a beautiful device, and you want to keep it looking beautiful which probably means you're going to throw a case on your brand new HTC One. That doesn't mean you need to throw on an ugly case right? The DualPro CF case from Incipio is a very nice looking case. It looks great on the stealth black HTC One. In fact, dare I say it looks better than not having a case on the device at all?

The DualPro CF gets its name from the fact that it provides dual layers of protection. Which means when you drop it it's less likely to get damaged. Of course that also depends on what part of the phone hits the ground. If it's the screen, you may cry. I know I would. There are two parts to this case. There's a silicon case that goes on first, then there's a hard case that goes on the back. The pattern on the back of the DualPro CF looks really nice. It's actually made to look like kevlar, but we all know it's not real kevlar like what Motorola has had on their phones in the past. The DualPro CF doesn't really make the case that much bulkier at all, which is definitely something I like about cases.

Typically, I'm not a case guy. In fact my daily drivers (Nexus 4 and Nexus 7) don't have a case on and have really never had one on except for reviews. But I've found this case to be the exception. I keep it on the HTC One all the time now. It looks amazing and feels great in the hand. It doesn't hinder functionality at all, which is always a plus in my book. The Incipio DualPro CF case is available from Incipio's website for $35, and it's also available on the (link removed). The DualPro CF comes in both black and white/silver. So you can get one to match the color of your HTC One. I personally like the black DualPro CF and the stealth black HTC One.

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