The G'zOne Boulder is a beefy military-certified phone with a sporty rocklike aesthetic. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder is a flip phone that opens to a nice display and a roomy keypad. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder is available in black/silver and orange/black. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder is a bit of a clunker, but that's the price of a rugged chassis. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder has a round external screen that displays the electronic compass as well as a stopwatch timer. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder has a 1.3-megapixel camera. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder is water-resistant up to military specifications. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder has a roomy and tactile keypad. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder may be big, but it still sits comfortably in the palm of the hand. Read full review
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The G'zOne Boulder is too big to be pocketable, but it'll fit fine in the bag or a purse. Or maybe a large jacket pocket. Read full review
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