And here we have a look at the Seidio DILEX Case with metal kickstand for the HTC One M8. This one comes in two parts — a rubber membrane that loosely fits around the phone, and a more sturdy shell that wraps around and really keeps things protected.
The idea is that the silicone layer helps with shock absorption, and the polycarbonate shell protects from impacts. It doesn't add much bulk to the phone, and the textured sides (as well as their angles) help you keep a grip on things. There's a little bit of a soft-touch feel to the outer shell that helps with that, too.
There are cutouts for the cameras and the secondary microphone, as well as the 3.5mm headphone jack and microUSB port, but the volume and power buttons are all covered by the rubber membrane. That means you won't be doing any TV tuning with this case, as the Infrared port is covered.
You do, however, get a kickstand, so you can prop the phone up in the landscape (horizontal) orientation. It folds back nicely into the case, but the whole thing does protrude just a tad. Note that it doesn't support the phone upright in portrait orientation.
All in all? Not a bad dual-layer case. It comes in black, royal blue, garnet red, amethyst, glossed white and rose gold, and there'san optional holster that works with it as well.