Friday, August 7, 2020

Keebos Crossbody Phone Case Necklace Sunset Black Back To School 2020

Keebos Crossbody Phone Case Necklace Sunset Black for iPhone XS Max is great for Back to School as it has a premium cord is made with a strong, reinforced core so you never have to worry about it tearing apart. The smooth, luxurious feel of the plush fibers is comfortable even on sensitive skin. Wear your phone Case Crossbody or as a Necklace. The cord is connected to two strong connector rings that keep your phone safe at all times.  Keebos comes with an easily adjustable cord. You can choose the perfect size based on how you’d like to style it: classic crossbody or as an edgy necklace!

On those days when you really need only your phone, a credit card and an ID, use the convenient card pocket on the Keebos’ rear side. The pocket is sealable and oriented sideways, so your cards are safe and secure. On the Keebos cardholder, you’ll also find an elastic strap carefully crafted to help you grip your smartphone. This is especially useful for bigger phones, which are tricky to hold in one hand when taking photos or typing. Keebos’ 4-corner bumper protection absorbs shocks and impacts to your phone. The case even features a unique, 3mm raised lip to protect your front screen and camera. 

My Opinion: This is a great case and I like the fact when I have pants or shorts with no pockets I can wear my phone around my neck and it stays there nicely and I do not have to wonder where is my phone is now. This is great for kids in school as you have backpacks so wearing this or putting in your pocket helps you know at all times where it is, if you are one who sits on it and cracks the screen or always dropping your phone the neck feature is for you. It is durable and strong to hold your phone.
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