Monday, April 16, 2012

Phonefetcher Review and Giveaway U.S. Only

The Phone Fetcher

 Phones these days aren't as basic as they used to be, not only do they let us call and text message people but they also can do everything from check emails to be used as satellite navigation. I have a Motorola Droid X2 so I try my best to keep its from getting damaged in anyway, and I have a shockproof case for it so its even harder to damage. My wife is a little less careful with it and she drops it alot or misplaces it, which can lead to a rather irritating half hour or so of scouring the house trying to find it. So when I was given the chance to review this marvellous gadget that a hardworking mom had come up with to solve some of these rather tedious and annoying issues, I couldn't resist giving it a try.

The phone fetcher attaches to purses, a back pack (or pretty much any other sort of carrying receptacle), belt loop etc on one end, and the other connects to the headphone jack on most modern phones or mp3 players. However the jack connector did not fit either my phone or my wife's phone, so we had to improvise by using some wire wrapped around the plastic loops most phones have for trinkets and decorations etc these days, and then attaching it to the phone fetcher. I know this isn't the intended method of carrying it but it still works a treat! In between the two connectors the phone fetcher is made from a bungee cord that allows texting, phone viewing, and calling all without having to disconnect it first!

After attaching the phone fetcher (with a small amount of getting used to the springy action of the bungee chord) I haven't heard the clatter I've come to associate with a phone being dropped. Nor has the phone been misplaced and then been impossible to find, problem solved! The phone fetcher comes in a choice of 8 different colors, so there will be something there for everyone, there is even a silver coloured one coming soon too for those of you who prefer a shinier finish to your gadgets! You can buy the Phone Fetcher of of the Phone Fetcher website for the modest price of $9.99.

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