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ABSOLUTE best cell phone I've ever had. Period.

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Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 04:43 PM  

A few days ago I wandered into a Verizon store and fell in love.

Not with the young large breasted Hispanic girl that answered my questions, but with the G'zOne Type-V!
Now THIS is a cell phone!
" Engineered to perform, designed to last, and built to survive, it can handle just about anything you throw its way. It is ruggedized, shock resistant and ready to be dropped. Dust resistant, the keypad stays clean, sturdy and fully operational even in the meanest of desert conditions"
A little costly but well worth it.
When you talk on this thing, you KNOW your on the phone. Everything about it is bigger than your regular cell phone. The screen, the buttons, the speaker, everything.up

 
Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 04:46 PM  

My old sissy phone on the right.
Manly man size phone on the left.up

 
jpd


Joined: 05/05/2001
Posts: 20108
 posted 07/12/2007 04:50 PM  

If I had fingers your size, I'd probably want something supersized too.
When did smaller get cooler?




"A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns." - Mario Puzo
 
Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 05:00 PM  

Thats exactly why I bought it.
I cant tell you how many times I mis-dialed on my old phone because I hit the 5 instead of the 8.
Finger
 
jpd


Joined: 05/05/2001
Posts: 20108
 posted 07/12/2007 05:10 PM  

I hear that

...but we're dying now............slooowww....


"A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns." - Mario Puzo
 
MakoMike
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Joined: 12/28/2000
Posts: 71023
Location: Pt. Judith
 posted 07/12/2007 05:10 PM  

So have we completed the cycle of smaller and small and now we're going to get bigger and bigger? Maybe my old bag phone will make a comeback? Toungue


====MakoMike=====

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Makomania out
 
Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 05:13 PM  

jpd wrote:

...but we're dying now............slooowww....

Yup.
Brutal huh?
Glad it's knot just me.

 
MakoMike
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 posted 07/12/2007 05:22 PM  

Buzzing right along for me.


====MakoMike=====

Click here for The Makomania Sportfishing website

Makomania out
 
Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 05:32 PM  

Moderator privileges.

 
jpd


Joined: 05/05/2001
Posts: 20108
 posted 07/12/2007 05:38 PM  

I can just see you up there now...





"A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns." - Mario Puzo
 
gverb1219


Joined: 07/11/2003
Posts: 34945
Location: ....knee deep in the water somewhere
 posted 07/12/2007 05:39 PM  

Learning2Tog wrote:

A few days ago I wandered into a Verizon store and fell in love.

Not with the young large breasted Hispanic girl that answered my questions, but with the G'zOne Type-V!
Now THIS is a cell phone!
" Engineered to perform, designed to last, and built to survive, it can handle just about anything you throw its way. It is ruggedized, shock resistant and ready to be dropped. Dust resistant, the keypad stays clean, sturdy and fully operational even in the meanest of desert conditions"
A little costly but well worth it.
When you talk on this thing, you KNOW your on the phone. Everything about it is bigger than your regular cell phone. The screen, the buttons, the speaker, everything.up



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Hey.....................FingerFingerFingerFingerFingerFingercopycatReallyReallyReallyReallyReallyReally....almostToungueToungueToungueToungueToungue
I got mine 1 month ago...........upupupupShadesShadesShades

I got the same one with my new every 2yr plan.up But I didn't like the football helmet gaurd on it, so I returned it for the GzOne Type Supupupupup.smaller gaurd, bluetooth, but the same other featuresupupupupup
Being on the boat alot I wanted the waterproof and salt resistant features...........upupup
The S type has a bit smaller font, and is a little tough for me to read in the sunlight without my glasses, but otherwise I think it's a great phone.upupup
I'll see how it goes, cause it's the first phone I have since Bell Atlantic first got cell phones that hasn't been a MotorolaRollRollRollRollRoll

It definately is a mans phone.....not like those little slim jobs that feel like cheap plasticToungueToungueToungueToungueToungueToungueup





.......R.I.P. I miss U Bro
 
raregroove

Joined: 08/17/2001
Posts: 1144
Location: jackson heights
 posted 07/12/2007 05:39 PM  

That phone is way cool. 2 days ago I ended up with the Type S version which has Bluetooth but in other ways is a downgrade from your phone. I wish I had both.


The other night I submerged it in my livewell for 15 minutes and it worked fine afterward.

These Casios are perfect phones for surfcasting, which was my main concern. Being able to use the LED Flash as a flashlight is also a nice perk.

 
jpd


Joined: 05/05/2001
Posts: 20108
 posted 07/12/2007 05:44 PM  

The Official Phone of Noreast.com

That's got to be worth something..






"A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns." - Mario Puzo

This post edited by jpd 05:47 PM 07/12/2007
 
gverb1219


Joined: 07/11/2003
Posts: 34945
Location: ....knee deep in the water somewhere
 posted 07/12/2007 05:45 PM  

MakoMike wrote:

............. Maybe my old bag phone will make a comeback? Toungue




I have the old Motorola bag phone too.Toungue Saving it for the future........LOL....along with the kit for the truck mount that was in my truck...........LOLToungueToungueupupup





.......R.I.P. I miss U Bro
 
Learning2Tog


Joined: 10/07/2002
Posts: 21753
Location: Henderson, Nevada
 posted 07/12/2007 05:48 PM  

Ok---that blue toof thing aint for me.
Really
Dont need it....dont want it.

 
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