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PhoneFetcher Review & Giveaway [ENDED]

Two weeks ago, I was sent a PhoneFetcher.  The PhoneFetcher is an elastic cord that attaches to your phone and then clips to something so that you don’t lose it.  One end of the PhoneFetcher is an alligator clip and the other end is a small plastic plug to goes into the headset/earphone outlet.  It can attach to anything, and makes it supper easy to find your phone in any bag or purse.

I’m constantly losing my phone down in the diaper bag, and I usually have to dump the entire thing out to find it.  This is especially annoying when I’m carrying Hannah around.  I know that all you fellow mommy’s out there feel my pain.  So, needless to say, I was extremely excited to try this one out.
When my PhoneFetcher finally arrived, I immediately put it to work.  The plug easily & snuggly fit into my Samsung Galaxy S smartphone, and I then clipped it to the inside of the diaper bag.  I was then able to easily pull my phone out when shopping.  All I had to do was tug on the cord, and out came my phone.
I also tend to put my phone in my pocket if I’m working around the house, and there have been several times that it has worked its way out of my pocket and been lost in the house (and one time out in the yard). But with PhoneFetcher clipped to my belt loop, when it fell out, I didn’t lose it.  It hung against my leg until I put it back in my pocket.  I also discovered that the clip amuses fussy toddlers as well.  My daughter thinks its hilarious when it opens and closes.
Overall, this is an excellent product and I think that everyone should have one.  You’ll be able to easily find your phone and keep your hands free when you really need it.  The PhoneFetcher comes in a variety of colors, and cost $9.99 each (+shipping).  They also carry a metallic one for $14.99 (+shipping).  The company also carries a similar item that is for keys, the KeysPleez.  For more info and to buy your own, you can visit their website, as well as check them out on Twitter and Facebook.

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.

The Giveaway
PhoneFetcher wants to give one lucky winner their own PhoneFetcher.  To enter, leave a blog post below telling me which color you wold pick for your PhoneFetcher.  Once you do that, then you can complete the extra entires on the Rafflecopter widget.  The giveaway is open to US residents only, and ends May 13 @ midnight EST.

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  1. Sandy VanHoey says

    I would choose Black

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