There are belt clips and then there are belt clips. This is the latter, and that's a good thing.
Not wanting a case on your Droid Turbo is one thing. Not wanting any protection at all on your shiny new Android phone is another. With its slick woven Kevlar backing (or ballistic nylon if that's your thing) it sure looks like it could survive a drop or two on its own, but that doesn't mean you should test fate. Seidio's holster for the Droid Turbo offers a spring loaded clip that locks the phone in place when its not in use, providing just enough protection in the process to give you some extra peace of mind.
It's not easy to get creative with belt clips, as they have to serve a fairly singular purpose. As a result, Seidio's offering doesn't drift too far from the expected. You've got a sturdy rear clip that rotates to whatever angle you need for the phone to fir comfortably alongside your belt, and just enough rigid plastic to allow the Droid Turbo to slide in an out of the casing. The phone sits so the screen is facing you, and to keep things safe there's a padded surface on the inside of the holster to keep the glass safe. On the top of the holster you have a large spring clip, which keeps the phone in place and allows for one-handed access.
Seidio's spring clip holster feels solid in every way. The springs on both the top clip and the belt clip are nice and sturdy, while the rotating back section the rear clip feels rigid enough to keep your device locked in place as you move around throughout the day. It also does a great job of staying out of the way of the actual phone, which is especially nice for those of you eager to show off the back of the Droid Turbo.