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Case-Mate Barely There Galaxy S3 Case

Case-Mate Barely There Galaxy S3 Case

The Barely There Galaxy S3 case from Case-Mate is a traditional case that prides itself on being extremely svelte and form fitting to the phone. In terms of protection it gets the job done by covering the entire back and sides of the S3.


It is made out of a flexible material to increase protection against drops. The case design leaves all ports and buttons accessible and offers slim protection. The Barely There Galaxy S3 case comes in five brilliant colors so users have a nice selection to choose from.


$25.00 at CaseMate

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14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. satan

    10/15/2012 at 12:11 am

    Samsung s3 … ment to have gorrila glass .. strong durable and USELESS.. i got my phone on 27th june .. after just 5 days insurance people phoned up my phone vubrated of a 3 ft wall and smashed screen …. so i thought i would see youtube for advive .. well seems that samsung s3 is no stranger to knocks and being smashed by very little …. a number of people complained that the s3 is not as tough glass and strong as they thought hundreds of people say how they break easy ….. SO YES BUY A CASE AND PROTECT YOUR PHONE …

  2. jason

    10/15/2012 at 1:29 am

    Check here at Amazon you will find a lot of awesome S3 i9300 cases http://www.amazon.com/shops/yoyobase, I got my batman case here. Nice quality but at affordable price.

  3. john

    10/15/2012 at 10:48 am

    All in dollars so maybe this feed is not meant for the U.K

  4. Kenny

    10/15/2012 at 12:38 pm

    The Otter case is durable however on my GS3 the screen protector rises up at the edges and requires a very firm press to keep contact. Also it’s very bulky but like they say it’s good for those in rugged situations.

    • Brent Rath

      10/16/2012 at 9:08 am

      I have a Defender and I removed the screen protector. Just push it out. Another type could be applied but why , the side guards protect facedrops unless trying to drop on tree branches and the like.

    • Jan

      01/10/2013 at 12:30 pm

      Totally agree with you about the Otterbox screen protector. To me it’s total crap. When I first installed it, the paper tabs stuck to the screen and mucked it all up and I couldn’t get all the bubble out. I’m kind of pissed that I now have to buy a new one. The Otter case, however is a good buy. It’s definitely durable and protected my phone when I accidently dropped it on the…oops!…tile floor.

  5. AaronG

    10/15/2012 at 1:26 pm

    PureGear … kickstand Case + Holster – the case comes with holster that can turn glass in toward your hip. Pulled out of holster u have protective grip and a simple kick stand that works horizontal or portrait $20 at T-Mobile store… $29.99 retail. Best holster since my blackberry!

  6. hongmenglove

    10/15/2012 at 1:31 pm

    Used the Galaxy S3 genuine Leather Flip Case from https://www.prezzydeal.com/samsung-phone.html , Secure magnetic enclosure, Provides Excellent Protection,i don’t have to worry about it falling out, still allowing access to all of its ports and features.

  7. elkor

    10/15/2012 at 4:02 pm

    Shouldn’t a review, i don’t know, rate score ore compare the entries?
    This is an 11 page ad

    • Brent Rath

      10/16/2012 at 9:20 am

      You are thinking of a rating. A review only reviews, besides, each case here have different functions or esthetics and to compare (rate) would be to compare apples to tomatoes, both are fruits, yet incomparable. Rate the reviews before reviewing the (lack of) rates. :-P

      • elkor

        10/16/2012 at 3:43 pm

        Oh come on. A review implies an opinion. Movies, tv, games, resuraunts all of them. None of that here. Not even a pro or cons list. I think your rose colored glasses are fogging up…

      • elkor

        10/16/2012 at 3:49 pm

        What you are thinking of is a list of Troy’s favorite cases, which this is. Just don’t call it a “Review”.

    • Roxanne

      10/17/2012 at 7:48 pm

      If 11 whopping pages of people’s past, present, and current experiences with various cases for $600 phones bothers you, don’t read it! It’s that simple!

      I read everything when it comes to protecting my monetarily massive purchase! I refer to it as BEING A WELL INFORMED CONSUMER!

  8. elkor

    10/16/2012 at 3:53 pm

    Rereading TFA, Troy does call it his list. It was drippler that billed it as a review so shame on them i guess.

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