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W385 vs Krazr, which ones better?


Sep 18, 2007, 2:55 AM
Im going to be renewing my contract with Verizon soon and want to get a small good phone. The W385 and Krazr looked pretty good but not sure which ones better. Any thoughts or opinions would greatly help.

Sep 18, 2007, 5:28 PM
W385 definitely.
Krzr has had lots of returns and problems according to the reps on this site
W385 has a great battery life
it has the rubberized coating that prevents fingerprint (unlike Krzr)
the keypad is not the silvery flat one like the razr or krzr. it actually feels good to your fingers and I know what button i am pushing.
the speakerphone is awesome on the w385
it has the black and green UI instead of the red one that the Krzr has
it feels alot sturdier than the krzr.
If you want an excellent phone to be a phone and text and use bluetooth go with the W385....if you want all the other pay services bells and whistles ie: Vcast...and a phone that may or may not work depending on what unit you get...go with the krzr. Just my t...

Sep 25, 2007, 11:30 AM
I have never tried a KRZR, but we have 3 W385's and they have been problem free so far. I agree with the points CRANS12 made, I really like the rubbery feel. They're not perfect, but for a good basic phone, they're pretty close.

Oct 24, 2008, 9:43 AM
Hi, I have a w385 and bought it used. I would like to reset it and have it activated in my locality. Can I kill the old home number with a master reset?

Oct 2, 2007, 11:52 PM
I had 3 krazrs none of them got service in my house,,Got the w385 I get perfect service....

The only other phone I got good service in my house with was lg 8600 and the old nokia 6256i...

the nokia was the best of course,,but they kinda suck now that pantech makes them..I had the 6315 and that was junk...

I go threw a few phones a yr and i can tell ya the w385 is real good...

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