The Seidio Spring-Clip holster for the Evo 4G is a secure and protective way to carry your phone. Your Evo fits snugly, face in for maximum screen protection, but the top spring clip allows for easy release. The holster is designed so that all the ports and controls are still accessible even if the phone is locked in place.
On the rear of the holster is a second spring clip, perfect for wearing on your belt, or for hanging on the sun visor of your car. This clip swivels 360 degrees, allowing for a comfortable fit and access to the volume rocker, headphone jack and USB/HDMI ports without removing the phone from the case. Inserting your Evo into the holster is a piece of cake -- slip the bottom (face in!) into the molded shell, open the top spring clip, slide the phone in place and release the clip. And once it's in place, the only way it's coming back out is if the clip is opened. You can count on it staying put until you want to remove it.
To me, the only drawback to this sort of carry is that the screen isn't visible. But that's also a big plus -- your Evo's screen isn't going to get scratched or damaged and bump dialing simply can't happen. I'm stubborn and set in my ways like an old mule, but after receiving the review unit I'm impressed. If I don't want or need to use Google Maps navigation, the Spring-Clip holster on my visor paired with our cars bluetooth beats the heck out of laying my precious on the dash or in the console. The Seidio Spring-Clip holster is available at the Android Central Store for $29.95. There's a video showing how easy it is to use, and some more images after the break.