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    Replacement for Motorola Tundra?

    My BF needs a new phone and I was thinking about buying him one for his BD. His current phone is a Motorola Tundra, and the problem is that the flip top is loose, so it opens if you just hold it upside down. He is hard on a phone...drops them off of ladders and that sort of thing. He doesn't want a smartphone - he's not into the phone/internet thing at ALL. He does like to take pics with the phone, and he is starting to text a lot more, but a smartphone would be mostly useless for him.

    Any suggestions?

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    I have a Rugby 2, and it works well for me. Especially tough with the add-on case for it. The Rugby 3 is out, too, but I have no idea how it is.

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