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  • 07-26-2013, 01:06 PM
    zenshu
    In my experience the Sanyo Pro 700 should be removed, mine was knocked into my kitchen sink while I was rinsing of a knife, there was no pooled water just water being sprayed and the phone got sprayed very quickly, maybe 1-2 seconds before I reacted to the phone going into the stream and turned off the faucet, I shut it down, removed the battery and let it dry over night. the next morning the phone's vibrator started going non stop when I put the battery back in and the front LCD would turn on. I shut the phone back off removed the battery again and put it in a container of rice for a few hours to try to dry anything that might have been left. When I put the battery back in again there was no response. The phone will not turn on anymore nor will it charge when plugged in. Like I said there was very minimal water contact on the phone itself, it was not under the stream long enough to even rinse all of the jobsite dust off of the outside of the phone so I don't think I would consider it to be water resistant even slightly.
  • 04-12-2013, 03:19 AM
    peterjems
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  • 04-12-2013, 03:17 AM
    peterjems
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  • 01-14-2011, 08:41 PM
    Hachiko
    I hope they make stylish Smartphone that is completely waterproof. I wonder if that would be possible
  • 01-14-2011, 01:49 AM
    jonsidneyb
    There seem to be some really nice waterproof phones for the Japanese market but I understand the phones will not work in the USA
  • 01-14-2011, 12:49 AM
    flyaway
    Never tried that.
    Anyone has checked that such water proof cell phones really proof water?
  • 01-13-2011, 10:09 AM
    mactancoc
    Motorola defy is also water resistant. Fyi



    ♥♥♥iPhone 3G, iPhone 4, Motorola Defy (at&t,T-Mobile and InTouch SmartCards)♥♥♥
  • 01-12-2011, 08:12 PM
    D.Dark
    Divers watch would say water proof.. but cell phones.. Im not sure about that.. if it has a case with capability of completely sealing it out.. then perhaps thats possible, including the lcd to be water proof too..
  • 01-12-2011, 06:53 PM
    nophone
    Since my last post I bought a Tundra for myself and a Sonim XP1 plus a Rugby for my Boys.
    I really like the Tundra and the Rugby, the Sonim died a premature death after about a month.
    My Father is needing a phone and I think I will give Straight Talk a try, since they use Verizon's towers.

    His/my house keeper has Straight Talk and is thoroughly pleased.
  • 01-12-2011, 12:51 PM
    ldgrant71
    I would avoid the G'zOne Brigade. I'm on my 2nd one, getting ready to call and complain for the same problem. Mine has a habit of shutting itself off and rebooting when typing a text. Haven't water tested this one or the other one, but the other one held up to the dust and temperatures (hi temp and low temp) while removing some refractory from a steel mill furnace at roughly 300 degrees F.
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