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New device helps travelers from dropping their phones

 

Tampa, FL -- It’s a scene played out in airports around the world, every day; travelers towing their luggage and other items while trying to talk on the phone.  The struggle can often lead to the person dropping their cell phone which can prove to be costly.

“With today’s smart phones that can be a $300, $400 even a $500 accident,” said Rozana Karle.

To prevent those accidental drops Karle helped invent SnapALoop, a product that attaches to the back of all mobile devises and features a loop for users to slide their finger through so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand. 

SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort.

“It’s simple, effective and it can save you hundreds of dollars,” Karle said.

Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop is available in 4 different colors; black, blue, red and pink. For $9.95 customers get a base and three different ring sizes plus the knowledge that they can talk while pulling their luggage and not have to worry about dropping their phone again.

And according to the most recent annual survey by travelhorizons a lot of people could benefit from SnapALoop as  71% of U.S. adults say they took at least one leisure trip in the past 12-months with; with many of those people flying to their destination. In fact, a Gallop study found the average American makes 1.7 round trip flights per year.

“But SnapALoop can be used on more than just phones, it can also be placed on MP3 players, tablets, eReaders and other devices,” Karle added.

Manufactured entirely in the United States, SnapALoop is available through the company’s website www.SnapALoop.com or by calling 1-800-820-0003.


75% of Americans use their smartphones while on the toilet

 

Tampa, FL – It’s a simple fact of life, three out of every four Americans who own a smartphone use it while on the toilet. The number jumps up to 91% for those between the ages of 28 and 35 according to a recent survey.

The research was done by the marketing agency 11mark. Their survey also found approximately a quarter of Americans say they won’t even go to the bathroom without their electronic device.

But the phones are being used for more than just supplying reading material, the survey found 63% answered calls on their smartphone while going to the bathroom and 16% in that 28-to-35 age bracket have made purchases while on the toilet.

The numbers don’t surprise Bryan Karle, the co-inventor of SnapALoop.

Karle admits he’s even done something a lot of others refuse to talk about; he’s dropped his phone in the toilet. As embarrassing as that may sound, Karle knows he’s not alone.

However Karle’s invention ensures cell phone and smartphone users will never drop their mobile devices again, no matter where they are. 

He says SnapALoop simply attaches to the back of any mobile device and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.   Karle also points out SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360-degrees for greater comfort.

“The survey shows just how much smartphones have been integrated into our lives and who wants to go through the hassle of having to repair or replace a $200, $300 or $400 phone because of an accident in the bathroom?” Karle said.

He adds using SnapALoop now gives him peace of mind while using his smartphone. 

“And who doesn’t want that, especially in the bathroom?” he said.

SnapALoop is sold online through the company’s website www.SnapALoop.com and is available in 4 different colors; black, blue, red and pink. For $9.95 customers get a base and three different ring sizes.

SnapALoop is made entirely in the United States.

 

75% of Americans use their smartphones while on the toilet

If you’re reading this on a smartphone than you may be sitting down, but not at a desk or couch or park bench, instead you may be in the bathroom or on the toilet to be exact.

 
 
Tamap,FL (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
A recent survey found 75% of Americans who own a smartphone use it while on the toilet. The number jumps up to 91% for those between the ages of 28 and 35.


The survey done by the marketing agency 11mark really flushed out the information and also found approximately a quarter of Americans say they won’t even go to the bathroom without their electronic device.


But the phones are being used for more than just supplying reading material, the survey found 63% answered calls on their smartphone while going to the bathroom and 16% in that 28-to-35 age bracket have made purchases while on the toilet.


The numbers don’t surprise Bryan Karle, the co-inventor of SnapALoop.


Karle admits he’s even done something a lot of others refuse to talk about; he’s dropped his phone in the toilet. As embarrassing as that may sound, Karle knows he’s not alone.


However Karle’s invention ensures cell phone and smartphone users will never drop their mobile devices again, no matter where they are.


He says SnapALoop simply attaches to the back of any mobile device and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand. Karle also points out SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360-degrees for greater comfort.


“The survey shows just how much smartphones have been integrated into our lives and who wants to go through the hassle of having to repair or replace a $200, $300 or $400 phone because of an accident in the bathroom?” Karle said.


He adds using SnapALoop now gives him peace of mind while using his smartphone and who doesn’t want that, especially in the bathroom?


SnapALoop is sold online through the company’s website SnapALoop.com for $9.95.


Wed, 30 May 2012 15:01:00 -0700


Video highlights invention that will stop people from dropping their cell phones

A new 20-second video has been released highlighting an invention that will stop people from dropping their cell phones.

 

 
Quote start"You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”Quote end
(PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.

“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.

As shown in the video SnapALoop's ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater apALoop’s customer comfort Karle noted.

Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”

But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either.

“Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.”

SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.

The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.

While company Vice President Rozana Karle says they have yet to advertise SnapALoop they are already getting sales from Hawaii, California and New Hampshire.

“I think that shows just how much people can use a product like this,“ Rozanna Karle said.

Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for two sets. Sales will begin within the month.


Wed, 30 May 2012 10:57:00 -0700

Waterproof mobile phone news - SnapALoop prevents users from dropping phones

Thursday, 17 May 2012 09:07:00 Europe/London


A waterproof mobile phone may still function after exposure to liquid. However, in a similar situation, standard smartphones or other handsets may be unsalvageable.
To reduce the number of broken handsets, a company in Florida has developed a new product which prevents customers from dropping their phones.
The invention, called SnapALoop, involves attaching a small ring to the back of a mobile phone. A user slides their finger through the hole to ensure his or her device does not fall out of their hand.
Bryan Karle, CEO of SnapALoop, said dropping a smartphone can prove costly.
He stated, "You can spend $300, $400, $500 (£185, £246, £307) or more on some of these devices and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.
"I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who've accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet… I've dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that's how I came up the idea for SnapALoop"
The product will go on sale in early May and should cost $9.95 (£6.12) per set.
However, to ensure your phone survives a fall, consider purchasing a tough or waterproof mobile phone with Tuffphones.


Wed, 30 May 2012 08:18:00 -0700

Tampa Bay Couple Invent Media Device Holder

Posted on May 29, 2012 | Leave a comment
Bryan and Rozana Karle of Tampa got tired of dropping their phones.
“It happens to everybody,” Rozana told WTSB 10 News recently.
So she and Bryan did some research to find out what might be available to help users hang onto their mobile devices and said there were surprised at the lack of helpful gadgets that fit the bill.
“I mean cell phones have been out for how long and people have been dropping their phones for years. It’s just amazing that nothing else has come up,” Rozana told 10 News.
So, like the good makers they are, they came up with their own solution – and patented the Snap-a-Loop, and adhesive-backed loop that comes in various sizes and sticks to the back of a phone, iPad, Kindle, or iPod.


Fri, 25 May 2012 04:06:00 -0700

SnapALoop prevents cell phone dropping


Posted on May 23, 2012, 2:29 pm, by admin, under Cell Phone News.

If you are one of those clumsy people who just cannot seem to stop dropping your new and old cell phone or iPod or similar electronic device, a Florida couple has come up with the perfect solution for you. SnapALoop is designed to save consumers hundreds of dollars on replacements for their broken devices and is the invention of Bryan and Rozana Karle from Tampa.
The couple says that they came up with the idea during last summer after they got tired of accidentally dropping their cell phones sitting by the pool, walking down the street or even while standing over a toilet. “It happens to everybody,” Rozana claims. The couple did some research and discovered that to their surprise they were no products on the market that were designed to help people to keep a hold of their cell phones. “I mean the cell phones have been out for how long and people have been dropping their phones for years,” she continues. “It’s just amazing that nothing else has come up.”
Over a period of just a few short months, the couple went through the patent process and then designed SnapALoop. Priced at just $10, the gadget features three different sized plastic loops and a base that is around the size of a half-dollar. The product has adhesive on its back and is able to stick to the back of a cell phone, iPod, Kindle or iPad.


Fri, 25 May 2012 04:03:00 -0700
Do You Drop Your Cell Phone or Tablet--Here’s a new solution-SnapALoop
Have you ever dropped your cell or pad or tablet? Of course, you have (haven't we all?). Have you dropped it in the ocean, the toilet, the sink? Here’s a way to save lots of money on broken phones or tablets.

SnapALoop has an adhesive backing that adheres to your iPhone, iPad or other hand-held device. You peel it and place on the device. Pick the size loop you want (there are 3 sizes) and slide it into the SnapALoop.
Place your finger in the loop and you have a secure hold on your device.
SnapALoop
photos courtesy of SnapALoop
The loop has to be removed when you don't need to use it.
I have trouble holding onto my iPhone-it’s slippery and I have dropped it several times; this might be the solution. Visit the SnapALoop Website or at www/snapaloop.com
A Clearwater Florida couple (Bryan and Rozana Karle) designed and is selling this helpful product.. You know I like to support and promote local businesses.


Fri, 25 May 2012 04:00:00 -0700
Tampa, Florida -- If you've ever dropped your cell phone, iPod, or any other handheld electronic device, there's a new product on the market for you.
It's called SnapALoop and it's designed to save customers hundreds of dollars in replacements.
The creators, Bryan and Rozana Karle of Tampa, said they got the idea last summer after getting tired of dropping their phones while walking down the street, sitting by the pool, or standing over a toilet.
"It happens to everybody," Rozana said.
The couple researched it and said they were surprised to find no gadgets on the market designed to help users hold onto a phone.
"I mean cell phones have been out for how long and people have been dropping their phones for years. It's just amazing that nothing else has come up," Rozana explained.
In a few short months, they went through the patent process and designed SnapALoop.
For $10 it includes a base, about the size of half-dollar, and three different sized plastic loops.
With adhesive on the back, the product sticks to the back of a phone, iPad, Kindle, or iPod.
"Whether you are using it for talking, texting, or taking pictures, it's really that easy," Bryan said.
The first-time inventors say everything about the product, the manufacturing, to the engineering, to the packaging is done locally in the Tampa Bay area.
"It was really important for us to keep this made local," Bryan said.
SnapALoop has only been on the market for a couple of weeks.


Thu, 24 May 2012 08:08:00 -0700


Sales begin for product that ensures you won’t drop your cell phone

SnapALoop could be next big invention


    Quote start“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.Quote end
    (PRWEB) May 25, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.

    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.

    Although Karle says they have yet to begin advertising SnapALoop they are already getting orders through the product’s website.

    “I think that shows just how much people could use a product like this,“ company Vice President Rozana Karle said.
    Rozana Karle says people from as far away as Hawaii, California and New Hampshire have placed orders for the new invention.

    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort and can be used on tables and MP3 players as well as smart phone and cell phone cases.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Bryan Karle said dropping a cell phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”

    But he said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.

    Currently sold online SnapALoop will soon be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for two sets.


    Sun, 20 May 2012 18:34:00 -0700
    A waterproof mobile phone may still function after exposure to liquid. However, in a similar situation, standard smartphones or other handsets may be unsalvageable.
    To reduce the number of broken handsets, a company in Florida has developed a new product which prevents customers from dropping their phones.
    The invention, called SnapALoop, involves attaching a small ring to the back of a mobile phone. A user slides their finger through the hole to ensure his or her device does not fall out of their hand.
    Bryan Karle, CEO of SnapALoop, said dropping a smartphone can prove costly.
    He stated, "You can spend $300, $400, $500 (£185, £246, £307) or more on some of these devices and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.
    "I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who've accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet… I've dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that's how I came up the idea for SnapALoop"
    The product will go on sale in early May and should cost $9.95 (£6.12) per set.
    However, to ensure your phone survives a fall, consider purchasing a tough or waterproof mobile phone with Tuffphones.


    Thu, 10 May 2012 07:21:00 -0700
    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:53:00 -0700
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.
    For the original version on PRWeb visit:


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:52:00 -0700
    A Tampa organization has developed a new item that guarantees cell phone and intelligent telephone users will never ever drop their mobile devices again. The item is known as SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for customers to slide their finger via to so the object doesnt fall out of their hand.

    Ive dropped my telephone plenty of occasions although attempting to multitask or although texting, and thats how I came up the notion for SnapALoop, mentioned firm President and CEO Bryan Karle.

    SnapALoops ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater buyer comfort Karle noted.

    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle mentioned dropping a smart telephone can prove to be costly. You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or far more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.

    But Karle stated destroying a cell phone or intelligent telephone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. Living in Florida, I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, men and women who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people whove accidentally dropped their telephone in the toilet. SnapALoop, he stated, is developed to stop that from ever happening once again.

    The organization also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.

    Sold on the web by means of the companys web site, SnapALoop will be obtainable in numerous colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which contains one base and 3 diverse sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:51:00 -0700

    New Product Ensures You’ll Never Drop Your Cell Phone Again


    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.


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    Perfect for talking, texting & taking pictures.
    Quote start“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.Quote end
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:49:00 -0700
    The SnapALoop is the latest must have gadget from the world of mobile phone gadgets offering users a very unique way to insure that you never drop your mobile phone again. It is a very simple loop which fits onto the back of your phone allowing it to be held securely with just one finger. It can rotate 360 degrees for ease of us.
    When you take into account the number of times you have dropped your mobile phone and hoped and prayed that you have not smashed the screen, just a few pound you can now protect your phone. This simple device is so easy to use that it is surprising that nobody has thought of it before. The vast majority of us have our mobile phones with us every single minute of every single day and they contain numerous personal information and contacts.
    It will be interesting to see how SnapALoop sells over the coming weeks and months because quite simply it is too obvious to be true. You could literally save yourself hundreds of pounds a year in damaged and broken mobile phones for just a few pounds.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:47:00 -0700

    Travel Gear: Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe

    May 1, 2012 0 Comments
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…

    Have you ever dropped your phone somewhere bad?

    Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe
    Wed, 02 May 2012 07:43:00 -0700

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…



    Tue, 01 May 2012 10:32:00 -0700
    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.

    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly.
    “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Thu, 10 May 2012 07:21:00 -0700
    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:53:00 -0700
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.
    For the original version on PRWeb visit:


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:52:00 -0700
    A Tampa organization has developed a new item that guarantees cell phone and intelligent telephone users will never ever drop their mobile devices again. The item is known as SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for customers to slide their finger via to so the object doesnt fall out of their hand.

    Ive dropped my telephone plenty of occasions although attempting to multitask or although texting, and thats how I came up the notion for SnapALoop, mentioned firm President and CEO Bryan Karle.

    SnapALoops ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater buyer comfort Karle noted.

    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle mentioned dropping a smart telephone can prove to be costly. You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or far more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.

    But Karle stated destroying a cell phone or intelligent telephone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. Living in Florida, I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, men and women who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people whove accidentally dropped their telephone in the toilet. SnapALoop, he stated, is developed to stop that from ever happening once again.

    The organization also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.

    Sold on the web by means of the companys web site, SnapALoop will be obtainable in numerous colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which contains one base and 3 diverse sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:51:00 -0700

    New Product Ensures You’ll Never Drop Your Cell Phone Again


    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.


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    Quote start“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.Quote end
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:49:00 -0700
    The SnapALoop is the latest must have gadget from the world of mobile phone gadgets offering users a very unique way to insure that you never drop your mobile phone again. It is a very simple loop which fits onto the back of your phone allowing it to be held securely with just one finger. It can rotate 360 degrees for ease of us.
    When you take into account the number of times you have dropped your mobile phone and hoped and prayed that you have not smashed the screen, just a few pound you can now protect your phone. This simple device is so easy to use that it is surprising that nobody has thought of it before. The vast majority of us have our mobile phones with us every single minute of every single day and they contain numerous personal information and contacts.
    It will be interesting to see how SnapALoop sells over the coming weeks and months because quite simply it is too obvious to be true. You could literally save yourself hundreds of pounds a year in damaged and broken mobile phones for just a few pounds.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:47:00 -0700

    Travel Gear: Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe

    May 1, 2012 0 Comments
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…

    Have you ever dropped your phone somewhere bad?

    Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe
    Wed, 02 May 2012 07:43:00 -0700

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…



    Tue, 01 May 2012 10:32:00 -0700
    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.

    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly.
    “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Thu, 10 May 2012 07:20:00 -0700
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly.
    “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.

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    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:53:00 -0700
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.
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    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:52:00 -0700
    A Tampa organization has developed a new item that guarantees cell phone and intelligent telephone users will never ever drop their mobile devices again. The item is known as SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for customers to slide their finger via to so the object doesnt fall out of their hand.

    Ive dropped my telephone plenty of occasions although attempting to multitask or although texting, and thats how I came up the notion for SnapALoop, mentioned firm President and CEO Bryan Karle.

    SnapALoops ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater buyer comfort Karle noted.

    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle mentioned dropping a smart telephone can prove to be costly. You can spend $ 300, $ 400, $ 500 or far more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.

    But Karle stated destroying a cell phone or intelligent telephone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. Living in Florida, I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, men and women who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people whove accidentally dropped their telephone in the toilet. SnapALoop, he stated, is developed to stop that from ever happening once again.

    The organization also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.

    Sold on the web by means of the companys web site, SnapALoop will be obtainable in numerous colors at a cost of $ 9.95 for one set, which contains one base and 3 diverse sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:51:00 -0700

    New Product Ensures You’ll Never Drop Your Cell Phone Again

    New device helps travelers from dropping their phones

     

    Tampa, FL -- It’s a scene played out in airports around the world, every day; travelers towing their luggage and other items while trying to talk on the phone.  The struggle can often lead to the person dropping their cell phone which can prove to be costly.

    “With today’s smart phones that can be a $300, $400 even a $500 accident,” said Rozana Karle.

    To prevent those accidental drops Karle helped invent SnapALoop, a product that attaches to the back of all mobile devises and features a loop for users to slide their finger through so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand. 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort.

    “It’s simple, effective and it can save you hundreds of dollars,” Karle said.

    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop is available in 4 different colors; black, blue, red and pink. For $9.95 customers get a base and three different ring sizes plus the knowledge that they can talk while pulling their luggage and not have to worry about dropping their phone again.

    And according to the most recent annual survey by travelhorizons a lot of people could benefit from SnapALoop as  71% of U.S. adults say they took at least one leisure trip in the past 12-months with; with many of those people flying to their destination. In fact, a Gallop study found the average American makes 1.7 round trip flights per year.

    “But SnapALoop can be used on more than just phones, it can also be placed on MP3 players, tablets, eReaders and other devices,” Karle added.

    Manufactured entirely in the United States, SnapALoop is available through the company’s website www.SnapALoop.com or by calling 1-800-820-0003.


    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.


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    Perfect for talking, texting & taking pictures.
    Quote start“I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.Quote end
    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly. “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early May.holder, Bryan Karle Tampa, Bryan Joseph Karle, Karle Bryan Bryan Karle, Rozana Karle, Rozana Karle Tampa Florida


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:49:00 -0700
    The SnapALoop is the latest must have gadget from the world of mobile phone gadgets offering users a very unique way to insure that you never drop your mobile phone again. It is a very simple loop which fits onto the back of your phone allowing it to be held securely with just one finger. It can rotate 360 degrees for ease of us.
    When you take into account the number of times you have dropped your mobile phone and hoped and prayed that you have not smashed the screen, just a few pound you can now protect your phone. This simple device is so easy to use that it is surprising that nobody has thought of it before. The vast majority of us have our mobile phones with us every single minute of every single day and they contain numerous personal information and contacts.
    It will be interesting to see how SnapALoop sells over the coming weeks and months because quite simply it is too obvious to be true. You could literally save yourself hundreds of pounds a year in damaged and broken mobile phones for just a few pounds.


    Wed, 09 May 2012 09:47:00 -0700

    Travel Gear: Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe

    May 1, 2012 0 Comments
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)
    Keep your phone in your hand (credit: Snap-A-Loop)

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…

    Have you ever dropped your phone somewhere holder, Bryan Karle Tampa, Bryan Joseph Karle, Karle Bryan Bryan Karle, Rozana Karle, Rozana Karle Tampa Floridabad?

    Snap-A-Loop helps keep mobile phones safe
    Wed, 02 May 2012 07:43:00 -0700

    Florida Vacation Guide: Travel gadget keeps mobile phones from dropping

    Florida is a wonderful place to vacation because of all the opportunities the state offers for sheer relaxation. Laying on the beach, cruising out into the Gulf of Mexico watching dolphins, fishing, hiking, kite boarding…there are a lot of fun outdoor activities to enjoy in Florida. But if you happen to be the kind of person who can’t relax if you don’t have your mobile device at your side 24/7, you stand a good chance of having that phone get damaged while you’re on vacation.
    A Tampa company has developed a new gadget – perfect for travel - that makes a mobile device much more difficult to drop off the side of a boat.

    Snap-A-Loop can keep your phone safe

    The Snap-A-Loop attaches to the back of your mobile device and it has a loop for you to slide your finger through so that your iPod or phone or e-reader doesn’t slip out of your hands.
    The ring on the Snap-A-Loop is made of flexible, soft plastic that swivels 360 degrees making it comfortable for users who spend a lot of time on their mobile devices.

    The verdict

    We can see this product being perfect for boaters who want to avoid dropping their phone in the water, for runners who like having their iPod accessible while they exercise and even for people who – er – run the risk of dropping their phone in the toilet.

    Pros

    • Snap-A-Loop makes it more comfortable to talk on a mobile device, requiring only one finger to hold on to it
    • Avoid dropping your expensive mobile device on a hard surface and having to replace it
    • The loop swivels making it nice to use while texting
    • Very inexpensive price point
    • Makes taking photos with a mobile device easier

    Cons

    • Putting your trust and faith into a piece of plastic and some adhesive. But then again, maybe we have trust issues we need to work through.

    Cost

    One Snap-A-Loop set includes a base and 3 different sized loops for $9.95.

    Tell us…



    Tue, 01 May 2012 10:32:00 -0700
    Snap-A-Loop's unique, patent pending design works great with just about any small device.

    Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
    A Tampa company has developed a new product that ensures cell phone and smart phone users will never drop their mobile devices again. The product is called SnapALoop and it attaches to the back of mobile devices and features a loop for users to slide their finger through to so the object doesn’t fall out of their hand.
    “I’ve dropped my phone plenty of times while trying to multitask or while texting and that’s how I came up the idea for SnapALoop,” said company President and CEO Bryan Karle.
    SnapALoop’s ring, which is made from a soft flexible plastic also swivels 360 degrees for greater customer comfort Karle noted.
    Manufactured entirely in the United States, Karle said dropping a smart phone can prove to be costly.
    “You can spend $300, $400, $500 or more on some of these devises and when you drop one on tile or cement, even on a wood floor you run the risk of having it break apart.”
    But Karle said destroying a cell phone or smart phone by dropping it in water is not unheard of either. “Living in Florida I know boaters who have dropped their cell phones in the water, people who have dropped their phones in a pool and I know people who’ve accidentally dropped their phone in the toilet.” SnapALoop he said is designed to prevent that from ever happening again.
    The company also touts the product as perfect for runners or walkers who want to attach it to an MP3 player.
    Sold online through the company’s website, SnapALoop will be available in multiple colors at a cost of $9.95 for one set, which includes one base and 3 different sized loops. Sales will begin in early holder, Bryan Karle Tampa, Bryan Joseph Karle, Karle Bryan Bryan Karle, Rozana Karle, Rozana Karle Tampa FloridaMay.