StrapCaddy hands-free phone accessory

Electronics | Load Securement | June 27, 2012

The StrapCaddy is designed for hands-free talking. It can hold a phone securely, attaching the phone to the seatbelt, while the driver uses the speakerphone. The StrapCaddy is an alternative for people who don’t have or want Bluetooth devices. It stays on your seatbelt and is ready to be used anytime.

The StrapCaddy fits any iPhone 4 or 4S and will soon be available for HTC Android phones.

STRAPCADDY

www.strapcaddy.com

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