The Monaco Aluminum Case for the Samsung Blackjack ($29.95) is a solid metal case that protects your BlackJack without requiring the sorts of compromises cases often require. Read on for our full review.
The belt clip on the Monaco Aluminum Case is the standard Monaco belt clip -- which is to say it's identical to the one found on their sleeve case. It stays firmly on the belt and also firmly holds the cast onto the clip, releasing with a button.
The clip allows for 360 degrees of rotation but doesn't ratchet. I prefer the ratchet myself but understand that there are those that don't. Fortunately, the "button" unscrews if you don't want to use the belt clip at all.
If you're looking for a tough case to protect your BlackJack, you could do a lot worse than the Monaco Aluminum Case. For the price of just a little added volume (oh, plus $29.95), you get a lot of added protection. Unlike many other cases, that's really the only compromise you have to make, as all of the BlackJack's functions are fully available with the case on.
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