1. Coresh's Avatar
    My deep sea blue silicon back just got two new scratches after only two weeks of regular use. I'm really keeping my phone away from sharp objects, and I couldn't understand where these scratches came from. A quick test with my fingernail got me the answer for that.
    So don't think the silicon back materiel is scratch-proof, because unfortunately it's not.
    I'll upload photos when I'll get back from work.
    Jaysus, dmark44 and VoltaicShock like this.
    11-09-2015 04:47 AM
  2. brentj's Avatar
    I've had my silicon-backed XPE for about a month, and it looks like new. Testing it just now with my fingernail, without REALLY digging in and TRYING to cut it, didn't leave a mark. While it is no doubt possible to scratch it, I sure wouldn't say that it is easily scratched.
    AustinTech likes this.
    11-09-2015 02:28 PM

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