Pros: looks great... and portable
Cons: plugging in your charger is a little difficult
for those who have a case around their phone which makes the charging cradle impractical, this is a great alternative. I have a tour with an otterbox commuter case, and it fits perfectly into the desktop stand. At night, I place my phone in the stand, plug in the charger, and use it as my primary bedside alarm clock. The phone looks great in the stand, the leather is nice, and it folds neatly so you can take it with you on your travels. This IS NOT a charging cradle/pod, so you have to manually plug in your charger. After placing your phone in the stand, plugging in your charger can be a little awkward (at least with the Tour and the location of the Tours charging port).
User: Jaime Flores, May 7, 2009
Pros: Looks very nice, keeps my BB off the table and away from scratches, and can fold I can fold it up and take it with me.
Cons: It doesnt hold my BB extremely well.
Very nice desktop acc. I prefer my charger station cradle by my bedside, but for syncing with my computer this works better.The only problem I have is that my BB sits a little loose in there, but its better than having it on the table top.Plus, its not that expensive and the leather looks very nice.
Curve 8320 does NOT fit in this stand!
User: Melissa Cannistraci, Jul 14, 2009
Pros: Looks good
Cons: Opening for phone is way to small!
There is no WAY that this is made for a Blackberry Curve 8320! The phone doesnt even slightly fit into the opening.