Verizon Wireless Casio Commando Review


I review my fair share of devices and they are all different in their own ways, but this one is like no other I’ve used to date. A phone made by Casio, at first thought it made me think twice however I was super impressed with it. It was well designed with the outdoors type in mined, I however saw another purpose in mine. I found this phone to be perfect for anyone who works in a engineering shop of any type whether its wood, steel or plastic. I took the device into the Science Museum of MN exhibit show to see what these people were looking for and without showing them the device first, they listed their needs for this setting:


Sealed from elements

Loud speaker/ringer

Fast task switching

Then after hearing these requests I showed them the device.

I’ll keep this part short cause there was a ton said. I got a lot of “OH!” and “Awww!” as well as “Nice!!!”. This devices was everything they listed. This phone was well built with a very rugged and sturdy feel, it features rubberized seals on all of the covers to include the USB port and back battery cover. One of the gentlemen stated “This phone looks like it could take a beating, I need this!”. Another said that his speaker keeps going out due to saw dust getting into it. and this might solve his problem.

Even though this phone might not have been designed for the sole purpose of being a “Shop Device” it has definitely wowed these hard workers.


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Ian Schwartz had written 137 articles for TEKNAMI

Hello, I'm Ian (eye-an) I was born in Recife, Brazil and raised in the fridge tundra of Minneapolis, MN USA. I graduated from Full Sail University in Winter Park, FL with an AA in Audio Recording Production and Engineering. I love tech, always have since I was a little tot and what better way to know more then to tell everyone else about it also. So here is teknami (tech-nah-me) Tek for tech and nami is a derivative of namesake.