NazTech Gladiator II Review

February 10, 2007 at 12:10 am 1 comment



Reviewed by K.C. Kim


• Water & Alkaline Resistant

• 360° Stainless Steel & Leather Belt Clips

• Unparalleled Durability and Protection

Tougher than tough

The last thing you need on the job site is to damage your cell phone. Which is why the first thing you need is the Gladiator phone case for constant protection. This durable, waterproof leather case absorbs the shock of impact while protecting your phone at all times. To enhance its performance, the Gladiator is constructed with high quality stitching. This is the perfect case for any working environment.



When I upgraded my cell phone to a newer model with a 2year contract from Verizon Wireless. I decided I needed a case to keep it protected. The NazTech Gladiator II cell phone case look interesting so I thought I give it a try.

The Gladiator II case comes in four colors (Beige, Black, Carbon, and Camouflage), two sizes (Universal Size 1a Regular, and Universal Size 5A Large), and leather belt clip or stainless steel belt clip.

I chose the Gladiator II case in carbon in universal size 5A and leather clip. It’s nice that the case is customizable to the buyers liking.

The Gladiator II case is rugged and made of quality materials. It is not the case you’re looking for if your looking for something that is stylish. As I found it to be a tad on the bulky size. And the addition of the leather belt clip almost doubles it sizes. The metallic metal logo on the face has a belt buckle look to it. The case uses a magnetic enclosure for easy removal of the phone.

If you’re looking for durable case then the NazTech Gladiator II may be right for you. But in terms of style the Gladiator II case has none.

6.5 out of 10


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