Summary: Very good basic phone. Quite reliable, however, vulnerable to water immersion, especially if power connection ports are left ajar as well as the battery cover lock left in open position. Found this out the hard way. T-9 texting is just fine. Battery life seems to be very good.
Summary: This is the 2nd phone for my husband . The first one has lasted over two years with untold amounts of abuse.. He works outdoors in the heat and cold, never cleans it !! Definitely rugged as it claims.
Summary: Haven't been using it very long, but so far I have been happy with it. It was refurbished. Once in a while it will power down on me while in my pocket, not sure what that's about (has happened twice).
Summary: This is my 3rd Casio phone. Originally, I had the Rock, which was great, and lasted 4 years before falling to puppy teeth. My 2nd phone was the Commando (3G Version), which was my first smart phone ever, and I HATED. Poor specs, too much bloatware, and I hated the touch screen.
Lineage on the phone is great, port covers delicate so consider a desktop charger
28 May 2012
Summary: Newest Ravine 2 seems to have delicate port covers. After 2 months use, the cover broke off the micro charger port (the old models never gave this problem) and phone was killed when it fell into the water during farm irrigation.
Summary: Good old flip phone if you miss the keypad for dialing numbers you'll enjoy this, specially it has built in useful gadgets such as camera, flashlight thermometer compass and it also has gps except when you want to use it for navigation you have to pay for it $0.99 a day or 9.99 a month.