First look: Dicota's "Built for BlackBerry" line of cases

By Kerri Neill on 12 Jan 2012 12:07 am EST

At CES2012 I had the opportunity to meet with Kevin Colemen over at Dicota about their Built for BlackBerry line. Dicota has been a part of the Swedish OSM Group for the last 20 years and prides itself on quality & customization. The Built for BlackBerry line, as well as all of their products, come with a 2 year No Limit Guarantee. With over 20 in-house designers who are always following the latest trends and colors, your device will always be decked out in the latest style. With the multitude of options available for BlackBerry devices (Hard Cover, Flexi, Soft Cover, Lid Cradle and more!) there is sure to be a style and color that suits your wants and needs.

As of now, Dicota has cases for the following BlackBerry devices:

  • BlackBerry Bold 9900/30
  • BlackBerry Bold 9790
  • BlackBerry Curve 9350, 9360 & 9370
  • BlackBerry Curve 9380
  • BlackBerry Torch 9850/60
  • BlackBerry Torch 9800/10
  • BlackBerry PlayBook

A full hands on review and a few giveaways are coming soon. After previewing these cases, I can’t wait to get my hands on one!

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I bought a Dicota TabBook case for my PlayBook this summer. Great quality case (and very stylish). I love how the ports are facing away from the spine of the case to allow for charging, HDMI access, etc with the case shut.


The Dicota SleeveStand for the PlayBook looks sweet ! Would love to see a review of it :)


Looks great. Are they available in Canada? Didn't see them on the site.


I'm in the US.. but got my TabBook case from out of BC.


Thank you very much for the recommendation.


I'm done with blackberrys. Anybody wants to buy my BB 9850 sprint. I'm in nyc.I'm getting an iphone. bb simply sucks nowdays,I can't even watch netflix or have my google voice on this phone.

Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®


I'm not sure why you would want to watch Netflix on a 3-4 inch screen.. but whatever.


Well yeah, that's true you can't. And I don't know why anyone would want to. Can you imagine watching Netflix for 2 hours on the 99xx. You would go blind LOL! Get a tablet if you want video entertainment on the go.

Boldly sent from my 9930


Yeah, no google voice is a big turn off. That and also no skype, for most of the phones anyways. ><


I don't believe that is RIM's fault...considering VZW BlackBerry's can use the Skype application.