Keep Your Cell Phone Handy With The "smart Clip"

Ah, cell phone, how many times have I lost you? As cell phones get smaller and handier, they also get so much easier to misplace and lose. I keep my cell phone in my back jeans pocket. Wish he'd had a Smart Clip then!

As we left the parking lot, the cell suddenly chirped. The Smart Clip is a rather ingenious little gadget that promises to keep your cell phone handy - no matter what model or brand of cell phone you use. Candy bar phones, flip phones or sliders all work just fine with the Smart Clip.

The idea behind the Smart Clip is so simple it's pure genius. Instead of a loop that fits around the phone or a pocket for your cell to slip into, the Smart Clip uses a strip of 3M adhesive to attach a flexible hanging loop to the back of your cell.

Unlike belt holsters that attach to your belt loop or purse strap, the Smart Clip lets your cell hang free so that it doesn't twist around and dig into you. Cell pockets can twist entirely upside down, dumping your expensive cell phone on the floor when you move. The Smart Clip's design doesn't allow that. It's hooked to your belt loop or anywhere else you hang it until you twist the hanging loop and twist it free.

The makers of the Smart Clip chose 3M adhesive for its superior holding ability. The Smart Clip comes with two extra features that make it even handier. No more fumbling for keys in your purse when you reach your door. The second bonus that comes with your Smart Clip is an adhesive hook that's just the right size for hanging your cell phone on. Stick it on your car dash so that you can hang up your cell phone for easy hands free talking.

Executive Summary about mp3 clip by Mike Cole

15 Things No Traveler Should Leave Home Without

Whether your trip is a three hour ride to Dublin, OH or a 13 hour flight to Dublin, Ireland, there are certain items that every traveler should pack. This list doesn’t include those essential items – passports, money, ID, prescriptions, eyeglasses, contacts, hearing aids, etc. – that we’ll assume you’re smart enough to think of on your own.

1.) Travel plan – Unless you’re taking a packaged tour of some sort, you’re going to have to put some thought into your holiday. Now, you don’t have to lay out every second of every day, but having a general idea of what you’d like to do, places you’d like to visit, events you’d like to attend and activities you’d like to try once you get there will make the trip much less stressful and more relaxing.

2.) Maps and guides – These will help you execute your travel plan. You can locate the sights, navigate the streets, motor the roads – in short, organize your travel plans so that you don’t waste time, miss any important times or “must see” items on your itinerary.

3.) Camera – A good, lightweight, small digital is the way to go. Just remember to pack an extra card or two, and batteries.

4.) Portable electronic translator – Learning the language is always the best route to go, but even the best language course may not cover everything a traveler needs to say.

5.) Digital voice recorder –You can use it for everything from remembering what time you need to be at the train station to which market stall had the best price on souvenir t-shirts. They come in handy for recording directions given by the concierge, the guy on the street or the cab driver, too.

6.) iPod, mp3 player, handheld video game, novels, puzzle books or other personal entertainments of your choice – From waiting at the airport or train station to avoiding talking to the guy next to you on the bus, these can make the time go by that much faster. Don’t forget to bring batteries, chargers and other necessities to make your electronic “toys” last the trip.

7.) Power converter kit – If you travel out of country to various destinations a great deal, one of the multi-unit kits would be your best option.

8.) Snacks and water bottles – These aren’t just good for the airplane, train or bus. When that “great” little restaurant turns out to be a disappointment, or the rain ruins your planned day at the beach, having some comfort food from home can ease your pains. Traveling can be very dehydrating, too. Remember to drink adequate water.

9.) First Aid kit – You don’t have to be stuck in the wilds of Africa to need emergency medical supplies. Traveling can involve scrapes, sprains, headaches, dry eyes, chapped lips – you name it.

10.) LED pen – These nifty little critters have many uses to the traveler.

11.) Microfiber wash cloth and towel – Lightweight and easy to roll or fold into compact sizes, these make an excellent addition to your carry on. Hotel towels can be scratchy or thin. You can avoid an unexpected allergy to foreign laundry soap. You can even enjoy a refreshing wash-up in a public washroom without having to worry about drip drying or using paper towels.

12.) Laundry wash kit and clothes pins – Several travel companies sell wash kits so you can hand wash your clothing and hang it up in your room to dry. Not only does this save on laundry service fees, but it allows you the luxury of packing less clothing for the trip. Hold curtains closed, clip receipts together, convert hangers for pants or skirts – you name it.

13.) Handle scale – While not as essential as some items, if you tend to over pack, or under pack and purchase items while you are traveling, one of these can really save you time and money.

14.) Travel alarm clock – Jet lag is no one’s friend, and oversleeping is always a possibility when your body is out of sync with the local time zone. Don’t trust your memory to safe-guarding your holiday experiences.

15.) Pen and journal – The low tech essential every traveler should include on their “must have” list. Don’t trust your memory to safe-guarding your holiday experiences. You don’t have to be Hemingway to jot down your impressions of a new sight, sound, taste or adventure, either. A few words a day can create a lasting memento no photo or postcard could ever match.

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