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It’s that wonderful time of the year again! Of course I mean the release of the new, updated 2011 Guide to the Best Apps for Individuals Living with Paralysis.
Recently, I added some new accessories and I came across this great product. I just couldn’t keep it a secret until the guide comes out in another week and a half.
Community, meet Phubby! Phubby is a great way to constantly have your phone on you, no I mean literally on you. It’s a unique mesh design that allows you to still operate and see the screen of your phone while it’s attached to your wrist. I mean if you’re as clumsy as me, your phone tends to hit the pavement a couple of times a week. I have a deep connection with my phone, it’s my BFF, and dropping it makes me sad (not to mention the battle scars my case has).
I can’t get enough of this amazing product. Did I mention it comes in LEOPARD print? Fabulous! The only downside, I must admit, it’s a little difficult to attach yourself (thanks for the help Rob!) But, the product is definitely worth the $12.95 it currently sells for.
Check out the website and choose your size and color! I promise, you’re going to love it.
P.S. While you’re waiting for the new guide, check out the 2010 Guide to the Best Apps for Individuals Living with Paralysis.
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