It’s not perfect near power button, but apart from that sits perfectly && you have to put some force to take it off. I can intentionally make it to produce creaking noises, but that does not happen in daily use. Sources are posted (not only for my case I think), you could adjust tolerances as you wish.
Still no sign of the case from pc21 their website says something like 10 days until they have stock but I’m in no rush in the meantime for those in the UK the official BT shop has the grey and green case in stock for £24.99 + £3.49 postage so I’ve just grabbed a green one as well
Hi, thanks for enhancing paperpilot’s already nice design!
I am about to build a modified version that integrates a QI charging pad, which enables the Fairphone4 to charge wirelessly. First beta design can be found here, keeping you posted!
Nah I just bought it like that, ripped out the rubber/plastic holder for the phone and stuck the Fairphone holder in with double sided tape. No other modding required. The holder needs to be placed as far to the edge as possible for the optimal result.
Having to cut through the case would be messy with an aesthetically unpleasing result. The material is tough and would start to deteriorate along damaged edges - I don’t recommend it.
There are likely cases for other phone models with proper sizes and camera positions. In some earlier post I mentioned the site I used to find a comparable match. Think it was gsmarena and versus dot com.
This looks and feels even better than I thought it would. The only minor issue is that the hole for the side microphone should be about 0.5mm higher than it is. Currently it is not completely centered. (Unfortunately, I did not manage to take a decent picture of this.) But it’s nothing a hand file wouldn’t fix. Thank you very much for the model!
I received my red vegan flip case for my one month old FP4 from Anna Treurniet last week and am very happy It feels sturdy and fits well.
Possible downside is it uses a sticky plastic sheet to attach to the back of my phone. This does mean I have to live with it as a semi-permanent fixture. However, a solution to temporarily remove it is to buy a new back cover for my phone and swap back covers, leaving my Anna Treurniet flip case permanently attached to the old back cover.
Good news is, if or when it does come unstuck, I understand they sell new sticky plastic sheets.