I can't even begin to count the times when my cellphone rings, I start digging for it, and by the time I have it in my hand, the call has gone to voice mail. I promise my purse is not messier, bigger, or deeper than normal. It's just that my cell is always hiding in some weird little corner.
Sounds familiar? Do you find yourself digging around for that ringing - or just missing - phone in your bag, backpack, gym bag, or even under the seat of your car (hopefully, not while you are driving)? There's a smart little invention that puts a stop to all that frustration. The PhoneFetcher puts you in control of the elusive cell phone. It attaches to a purse, diaper bag, belt loop, and the like on one end, and the other end goes into the earphone plug of your smart phone, mp3 player, etc. There's a stretchable cord that you just follow to find the device - no matter where it's hiding. The cord lets you view the phone or even text without disconnecting it from the PhoneFetcher. When your phone is not attached to the PhoneFetcher, it's a good idea to leave the cord hanging out of your bag, so you don't accidentally leave the phone behind. No more running after cabs with your cell still in the back seat, and no more trips back to the restaurant, office, or kitchen to retrieve your phone!
PhoneFetcher has a soft rubber plug that fits 3.5 mm headset / earphone outlets. It's as easily removed from your phone as an earphone is, and comes in 8 fun colors. Soon, PhoneFetcher will be available on a silver chain. At just $9.99 each, the PhoneFetcher makes a very useful and affordable Mother's Day gift, and a great stocking stuffer.
Connect with PhoneFetcher on Facebook and Twitter (@PhoneFetcher).
One lucky U.S. reader will win a PhoneFetcher!
To enter, please comment below which color PhoneFetcher you'd choose if you won - then follow the Rafflecopter instructions.
a Rafflecopter giveaway I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.