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Re: flip case for left handed people?
Both my sister-in-law and my brother-in-law are both lefties. One thing they know (and have heard often) is that lefties get the short end of the stick, in many areas Sadly, this appears to be the case But if you look at it from a manufacturing standpoint... not everyone is going to buy a MotoG. Of those that do, not everyone will buy a flip case. Of those that do (or would), how many are lefties? Not that many if you look big picture. Then add in the leftie flip case in all the colors yet too... The cost of the "leftie" cases would either be dramatically higher because they cost more to manufacture at a lower volume of units, or the prices of MotoG accessories would have to be higher across the board to cover the cost of the leftie cases.
Either way, the cost of the case will rise, and the MotoG is supposed to remain as cheap as possible (and the same holds true for the accessories). Adding costs for a few leftie cases that may or may not sell well just doesn't make good economic sense -- and like it or not, Moto is there to take your money and put it in their bank account. The less it costs them to have more of your dollars the happier they are. Any business is like that.
But like I said at the start, lefties get the short end of the stick... not only are they statistically more accident prone, but they also statistically have shorter lifespans as well. Nevermind the awkwardness of using poorly designed lefty stuff, adapting to right-hand products, or simply just making-do.
Sucks, but there it is....