Samsung Note 9 DILEX Holster

Samsung Note 9 DILEX Holster

Samsung Note 9 DILEX Holster

3 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating


In stock


This holster is designed exclusively for the DILEX and is not guaranteed to fit other manufacturer’s products.

When you’re in tough or rugged conditions with your DILEX, securely hold your phone wherever you go with our locking holster. The face-in design protects your screen from scratches and exposure to outside elements. As an additional safeguard, the locking mechanism prevents your device from accidentally falling out. This holster can be worn in any one of seven different positions ranging between horizontal and vertical.

  • Unique, lockable spring clip lifts for quick access and easy removal
  • Adjustable swivel belt clip with 7 rotating angles
  • Easy access to connectors and function keys


  1. 3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Honestly, I feel that Seidio Dilex holsters have gotten progressively worse, particularly since Seidio tried to adapt this holster to the Quest mount system a few years ago. Seidio holsters used to be felt lined and sit flush with the phone, but now there is probably a 1-2 cm gap between the holster and the screen, and there is no felt to protect the phone. The reason there is no felt is presumably to allow you access to the locking toggle so that you can remove the holster from the belt clip, turn the phone around, and mount it to the Quest system in your car/bike/arm. etc.

    The number of times my phone has disconnected from the belt clip because the toggle moved of it’s own accord is high–probably a couple dozen in the 1.5 years I owned the Galaxy S8+ Dilex holster, and I’m guessing this will be no different because it is the same design. This frequently happens when sitting in a car or otherwise unintentionally putting pressure on the phone. You’ll hear a small *pop* and all of a sudden your phone is off your belt with the clip still attached. Completely unacceptable.

    The number of people who use the Quest system is likely very small. It’s super expensive, and Seidio does not even have the bike mount in stock any longer. Are they discontinuing this system? If so, they need to change the holster back to the Surface holster design without the gap, without the locking toggle, and with the felt. It’s super frustrating to have so many compromises made on a holster just to attempt to work with the Quest system that a very tiny fraction of Seidio’s customers likely have any interest in using. Please, go back to the pre-Quest Dilex holsters.

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