Keebos crossbody phone necklace case is such a handy invention! There have been countless occasions and outings when I felt like I was constantly going into my purse to grab my phone to take photos, answer emails, or respond to messages. Sometimes you just don’t have a pocket suitable for your phone or the ability to just hold your phone in my hand for one reason or another. Phones seem to be getting bigger and bigger these days and often times, they don’t fit into your pockets well at all.
I will admit it, I am the person that is guilty of a camera roll that is 90% photos of my dogs. You just never know when they are going to do something adorable and you might want to snap a pic! When I take them for walks, I want to make sure that both of my hands are free to control the leash so having my phone on a strap around my neck, allows easy access while keeping my hands free when my phone is not needed. Pictures aside, I like to bring my phone with me on walks for safety reasons as well. If something happened to one of my pups or myself, I need to be able to call for help. There have been times when my phone doesn’t come with me on walks because quite frankly, my outfit didn’t allow for it. I do not like the feeling of not having the ability to call for assistance if needed and Keebos makes it super easy to have my phone with me no matter what.
Keebos is super lightweight while still having a protective bumper to keep your phone safe in the event of a drop. Keebos also has a stretchy pouch on the back for you to put your ID, credit cards, money, etc in as well as a loop for you to put around your fingers when you are using your phone. The necklace part of the Keebos is great because it adjusts in length depending on how you’d like to wear it. Keebos have so many different applications and can be useful to anyone! Mine lives on my hook with my dog leashes so that I can just pop my phone into the case as I head out the door.
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