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ClearView Acrylic Case Review
By: Bustercaps
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  • ClearView Acrylic Case Review
  • What Comes in the ClearView Box?
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    ClearView Acrylic Case Review - What Comes in the ClearView Box?

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    Unlike the original Shuttle case, these ClearView cases come in three pieces: a top, and two sides. Here are a few pics of what comes in the box from ClearView.

    As you can see, you get two side panels with pre-cut fan holes and pre-tapped holes for the screws; this will help to keep you from splitting the acrylic when drilling out the holes. ClearView has made assembly very easy for most users by providing a very clear and concise set of instructions. I would like to give ClearView two thumbs up for these instructions. I have seen my share of unclear and useless instructions with a lot of products. These are very simple, easy to read and direct.


    Like many products that are not made by the original maker (Shuttle in this case), there are slight differences between the original fit of the case cover and this three piece case. ClearView states in their instructions that "due to slight differences during production, fit may vary slightly from the original case." Well, they’re correct; the case fit wasn't as tight as the original, but all three pieces fit together just like a puzzle. Let's see the case in action. 

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