You hear stories all the time. Uncle Charlie was in the bathroom and dropped his phone in the toilet. Aunt Wilma was washing dishes and her phone slipped into the sink. Amusing though it may be, a water-logged phone or a cracked screen is really no laughing matter.
Recently, a cell-phone expert discussed what to do and what not to do should your device take a dive into the nearest pool of water. Given the likelihood of the scenario, it’s important information to have. We are becoming more and more attached to our phones, and accidents are bound to happen.
People go to great lengths to keep their communication devices safe and dry. Indeed, phone cases are touted as the new fashion accessory on the streets. Given the amount of time we spend with our phones at home and at work, it makes sense that phone manufactures have been working to jazz those phone cases up. There are a wide variety of case options at your disposal.
For Conversation Starters
Some people like to show off their true colors, and a phone case can do just that. You can find cases that will get people laughing, frowning, or asking questions. Many people, for example, have never seen or touched a cassette tape. Why not strike up conversation with the younger generation by using a blast from the past to protect your phone?
For Show Offs
If you have money to spare, why not spend it on your cell phone case? There are many
options to highlight your wealth. For example, you could have one of the 2 most expensive cases in the world, which are priced at $8,000,000. If that seems excessive, this one can be yours for around $110,000:
For Risk Takers
An interesting option that might not actually qualify as a case is the Phubby Wrist Cubby. This product is described as “hands free,” and looks like a pocket you wear on your wrist. It may not look very practical, but just think. If your cell phone slips out and smashes on the pavement, you can use your Phubby Wrist Cubby to hold anything you like!
Of course, these are just a handful of options. Feel free to post pictures of your own phone case here. We’d love to see it!