Lexus? Oh shi-
- May 26, 2005
- MkVI GTI w/DSG
You're the one wanting to be a pedant.
Oh, that is rich, the pot calling the kettle black. In this instance I could be less of a pedant too, but you seem to relish jumping in the middle of conversations with your facts and corrections way too much.
Sand gets everywhere, no need to use your phone on the beach for that. Sand is not just a technicality or some exotic material, it's one of the most abundant things in the Earth's crust.
I love that you so conveniently cut out most of that paragraph because you had no answer.
Like I said, if you are protecting against sand then you are no longer protecting against wear and tear. If you are concerned about damage from sand, then you must also be buying theft insurance, using a big padded case to protect against drops, paying for the GPS location feature in case you lose your phone or anything else that has even the slightest chance of happening. Heck, you should also probably keep your phone in a zip-lock bag full of rice just in case, you know, it rains... because even though modern mobile phones can resist a bit of moisture, they aren't actually moisture proof.