Testing the Rugged CAT S41 – Scratch, Burn, BEND Tested!



CAT phones have long been proclaimed as one of the most durable phones ever made. And TODAY is the day we find out how much abuse the CAT S41 can really take. One of the most recent phones launched from CAT. With a huge battery, water proof claims, drop proof to 6 feet ( 1.8 meters) This might be the most durable phone of the year? Or will it? There is only one way to find out.

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38 Replies to “Testing the Rugged CAT S41 – Scratch, Burn, BEND Tested!”

  1. Eljay Yongyong

    Hello! Mister jerryrigeverything.. Can you give me some phone? It's okay if it is the cheapest phone in the philippines.. I just want a gift because my parents can't afford the Php 1000.00 phone here in the philippines and i promise to you that i will take care the phone you give me.. Sorry for my bad english

  2. Jesse Heffernan

    Dont buy this phone… Ive owned it for around 10months now. the firmware begins to fail and get very very slow and unresponsive. Stick to apple and Samsung just get a good case

  3. Aakash Parihar

    I guess now that you've come so far down this lane Zack, you must add a pressure test too with the phones you specifically do the drop test with , and use yr Tacoma for it ?

  4. Ragnar Lothbrok

    I own this phone. Now in Military i drive trucks and when i was on top of the cabin, the phone fell out of my pocket. It dropped 3.5 m deep on gravel.After a few restarts everything was functional, only the Screen was shattered. So now the lower half of the Screen is black, but everything is working.

  5. Jesse Arthur

    CAT is a company that make heavy equipment.
    I am a diesel mechanic and this phone would be very handy, I am always smashing, scratching, bending, burning and also dropping my phone in used diesel engine oil Haha.

  6. Mark Heyel

    Great video. Try the Blackview BV9500 Vs Cat S41 to see which is better. It would be very interesting to see the result as I reckon the Blackview will win hands down. I'm probably biased though,as I own the Blackview.

  7. Spam

    I work manual labour but I still think I prefer just a standard phone with a good case. I've always bought the otterbox defenders and those things have allowed my phones to get put through all sorts of hardships.

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