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If you are like me, I am never really too far from my phone. I honestly can not remember what I did before I had a cell phone! (Hello, IMDB, GOOGLE and all the other sites I randomly access when I feel the need to find something out right that second!) They say that phones are always covered in germs and I am sure with the elements around us on a daily basis it isn't helping. Have you heard of DigiPals? They are super cute carriers that are available in 4 different animals. You can choose between a penguin, a turtle, an owl or a monkey! They are soft and not only do they carry your phone, they can be used to wipe it clean. (You know that you get tired of those fingerprints being on the screen!) Head over to their site to check out the other designs. Right now they are on sale for $9.99, regularly $17.99.
These cute mobile device companions feature a microfiber compartment fitted for most Smartphones, MP3 players and small point-and-a-shoot cameras on the market today. While securely housed in the DigiPal with its zipper closure, users can clean their device’s screen by gently rubbing the DigiPal over the screen. The mobile device companions also feature an additional zippered compartment ideal for carrying essentials including school IDs, money, earbuds or lip balm. While designed with kids in mind, parents and teens will love cleaning and protecting their mobile electronics with these device companions, too.
DigiPals are fun and trendy animal designs kids will want to show off to all their friends. Our mobile device companions are the ideal accessory for protecting children’s devices in school bags, sports bags and purses, shielding phones and music players from kid’s hectic lives. DigiPals are machine washable to ensure users will continually be able to cuddle and clean their mobile device screens for years to come.
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