Same here, I *did* ask the manufacturer (but was also interested in
other people's experiences, hence the post here)...
They came back with only a partial answer, just like your case :-(
They also contardicted one of their webpage's statements (the
webpage says CashWrap3 is available with the standard beltclip
only, their email said with the quickrelease beltclip only)
I have since decided *against* the I2I case...
>>I quite like the idea of the I2I CashWrap2, but would like to hear from
>>who used it. Can it take a normal take of banknotes or just a few? Can it
>>take coins in addition to banknotes? Is there enough room for other tems
>>Credit Cards, other cards, receipts etc? Could it take an additional set
> I asked the manufacturer similar questions (now there's a rash
> idea: ask the manufacturer!) and they only answered part of my
> questions. I e-mailed them back to point out that they didn't
> answer some of my questions and they never replied.
> I guess they didn't want my money that badly. I have since
> given my money to another manufacturer.
>>The I2I Wrap2 comes with a QuickRelease beltclip, which sounds very nice?
>>Has someone tried that clip? Is it secure?
> Speaking of quick-release belt-clips, can somebody explain what
> problem this solves (other than how to impress your geeky
> friends)? Getting the Pilot out of the case on your belt
> quickly is a good thing, but I don't see why getting the *case*
> *itself* off your belt quickly matters.
In this case, the whole case is like a wallet. It would be nice toget your
wallet off the belt too. Others also like using the Pilot with the case
attached (protection against bumping it)?
The quickrelease has the advantage that one does not have to remove
the part which is attached tothe belt every time. Because reinserting that
might mean that one does it shoddily sometimes, and then it is not properly
secured. This is theproblem I had with the first NOKIA handphone leather
which just had the metal clipon the back.
> - Paul
> P.S.: FYI, I'm using the JetPac by J.P. Solutions. It works
> just fine as advertized. The only modification is that I
> insert my Pilot "backwards" (screen against my body) so that,
> when grabbing it and pulling it out, it's already facing the
> right way.