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MacBook - Macbook Case, Speck & techshell question


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I searched the forum, read the reviews on 2 out of the 3 mentioned cases above. I am trying to formulate a decision here and could use some direct responses.

I didn't find any reviews of the Macbook Case - http://www.macbook-case.com/
and I have read that the Speck scratches, although I have more people claim to love it then hate it, I don't want to take the chance of scratching it incase I want to resell it one day.

What are your opinions? I am also interested in the techshell since I hear good things about it.
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I've posted in here a couple of times, I think. I work for Techshell, so take what I'm going to say with a grain of salt, or keep in mind I'm biased.
(Macbook-case.com is an authorized reseller of Techshells.)

Do a search on youtube for the words "speck" and "damaged".
It was not done by or affilliated with us, but I can tell you we have not had complaints like this. I try to respect the overall "no spamming" policies of most forums, and avoid bad-mouthing the competition, so I'll leave it there.
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ok well then that eliminates 2 out of the 3 hard plastic cases I am interested in hehe. So just to reconfirm Macbook Case IS a techshell product.
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Yep. I actually took some of the pictures that are on their website.
(The blue and the pink.)
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Yep. I actually took some of the pictures that are on their website.
(The blue and the pink.)

If techshell scratches the case like some people have claimed Speck does can I come back and beat you up?
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You can give me a thousand lashings with a wet noodle!
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ooo you'd like that wouldn't you....
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