Motorola Droid RAZR — Kevlar backing --- really bulletproof?

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Jan 23, 2012 3:12:39 PM

Kevlar is not bulletproof, it just won't rip.
So the bullet can't pierce the material in a vest, but you will get a massive kick from the energy of it.
On the Razr, the Kevlar can't move to the inside, so all energy has to be absorbed by the innards, making it go boom.
The Kevlar on the back is more or less a sticker for good looks, it does nothing.

May 14, 2012 4:57:31 PM

Steve Smith
Eric McBride
LOL! I would LOVE to see a bullet test. Would be awesome.
Yeah I'd love to see a bullet test to but not with my phone LMAFO :P

Why not?! Don't you have any faith? :grin:

May 22, 2013 8:46:56 PM

Jens M.
Kevlar is not bulletproof, it just won't rip.
So the bullet can't pierce the material in a vest, but you will get a massive kick from the energy of it.
On the Razr, the Kevlar can't move to the inside, so all energy has to be absorbed by the innards, making it go boom.
The Kevlar on the back is more or less a sticker for good looks, it does nothing.

Nothing? It's much harder to scratch it than plastic, aluminum or glass...