Whoa. Who needs triple lattes when there is Strapya World? Nothing gives a jolt of adrenaline to the system like a quick perusal of what’s new in Strapya World, the Japanese company that designs cell phone gadgets. The company’s website is a non-stop bombardment of Pokemon, Hello Kitty and Manga stuff for your cell phones.
Recently, the company came out with its phone strap-solar charger. The concept is a metallic holder on the phone strap recharges power from sunlight for your cell phone. That’s neat, but the practicality and utility of solar straps charging cell phones seems a bit too gadgety. If there is any charging going on with straps, it might be best to use dancing instead of the sun, of if you’re set on the sun, then using the Freeloader and Supercharger.
On a more practical level, Strapya has come out with a new accessory. “We made this with ecological ideas,” Strapya proudly proclaims for its cell phone case called “Zero.” “Zero” is made from used tire tubes remade as cell phone straps and holders. Prices range from $8 US for straps to $25 for holders. Like snowflakes, no two Zeros are the same because the company uses hundreds of recycled tires and every tire travels down the road marking its own unique path. Talk about a one-of-a-kind accessory for your beloved cell phone.
written by PlanetPinknGreen, July 05, 2008
written by Jeffrey, July 06, 2008
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