• Friday , 1 August 2014

Travel Gear. Never drop your iphone again! [Video Review]

Ah yes, with new technology comes new problems.  In our case, it’s losing/dropping/annihilating our iPhones.  In fact, it was just last month that Tawny decided to leave her phone in Puerto Rico.  We eventually got it back but it would have saved us a lot of trouble if she had just remembered it in the first place.

Insert the Kenu Highline.  This iphone leash is the perfect solution to our dilemma.  Check out the video below to see its many uses.

We are excited to fully try out the Kenu Highline iPhone leash on our trek through the Grand Canyon next month.  We’ll be sure to let you know if our iPhone comes back in one piece.  Until then, head to the website and check out the accessory for yourself.

http://www.kenu.com/

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8 comments on “Travel Gear. Never drop your iphone again! [Video Review]

  1. As someone that dropped my iPhone and shattered it two weeks after buying, this is probably something I should try…

  2. it would probably drive me NUTS to have my phone attached to me like that… but knowing Tawny… this is definitely something that she should have… hahaha just don’t drop it in the toilet when its stuck to your pants!

  3. Nice Promo, looks like something alot of people should have including Tawny apparently

  4. Perhaps if I had this I wouldn’t have left my iPhone in that Austin cab. THEN when I got a new one, not have dropped it and cracked the screen ever-so-slightly. Can’t wait to see how it works at the Grand Canyon.

  5. where was this leash two weeks ago when i lost my phone!! :( clearly leashes are welcome in my life for all things not attached permanently to my body?! HA :)

  6. Now if they could only make one of those so you don’t lose your girlfriend.

  7. this would have saved me a $100 repair to fix a crack screen when I accidentally tossed my phone once… probably a good investment when I upgrade to the iPhone5.

    stay adventurous, Craig

  8. I dropped my ipod in a Chinese trench toilet. It still worked, but…gross! Definitely a good idea to secure your electronic devices.

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