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The PCD Wrangler is one tough flip phone that can take a beating. Its features, though, are pretty basic.
Designed to meet the IP67 rugged specification, the Wrangler can survive being submerged in 3 feet of water.
To test its sea legs we dropped the Wrangler into a vase of water. Thankfully it survived without a scratch.
Sadly, the Wrangler has a weak 1.3-megapixel camera that also lacks a flash.
The Wrangler has basic controls and a keypad that are tricky to operate.
Flip phones may be a thing of the past, but the Wrangler sports this design without shame.
On the phone's right side are a Micro-USB port and buttons that activate voice commands and speakerphone.
The Wrangler has ports protected by watertight rubber flaps.
The Wrangler sports manly ridges, bolts, and textures reminiscent of tire treads.
A view from the right side of the Wrangler shows the Micro-USB port, voice command, and speakerphone buttons.
The left side of the Wrangler houses thin volume controls and what PCD calls an "Easyedge" key.
On back is the phone's 1.3-megapixel camera, but no flash.
A switch locks the protected battery compartment.