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Cellphone lanyard and hook

Where to carry the phone?
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Where should a girl carry her phone? Unlike mens clothes, girls clothes often have no pockets or nonfunctional pockets. A purse is fine but then you need it in you hand like an old granny. You can stuff the phone into your clothes in some ad hoc way, or leave it somewhere you think you can keep an eye on it, or forget it.

The cellphone lanyard pulls out of a springloaded coil like a retractable dog leash. Wrap it around your body and hook the end into the top of the phone. Wear the phone around your waist or under one arm and across the opposite shoulder. Lock the lanyard and wear it as a necklace. Unhook and use or just pull it up from where ever it is and let it retract back.

bungston, Dec 13 2015

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       Use the phone clip as an extra-large belt buckle.
RayfordSteele, Dec 13 2015
  

       Get clothes with pocketses.
pocmloc, Dec 14 2015
  

       // girls clothes often have no pockets or nonfunctional pockets. //   

       There's your problem, right there ...   

       // A purse is fine //   

       No, it isnt. Purses (handbags) are evil, and must be destroyed.   

       // Use the phone clip as an extra-large belt buckle.//   

       Oh look, a belt ... clip the phone to the belt ... durrrrr ....   

       Having nowhere to put a phone/keys/money/pen/swiss army knife/leatherman multitool/flash memory cards/spare phone battery/maglite is the penalty females pay for favouring form and appearance over function. Let 'em suffer.
8th of 7, Dec 14 2015
  

       [8th of 7], my sentiments exactly. Get some pocketses!
neutrinos_shadow, Dec 14 2015
  

       For many years I wore my NosyEricsson W800 around my neck on a lanyard thingy. My current phone, I have a wrist strap on. I must always put a wrist strap on a smart phone, as they’re too easy to drop when it is freezing cold, otherwise.
Ian Tindale, Dec 14 2015
  
      
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