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April 21, 2008

Cell Phone Call Notifier

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Think outside the automobile or office space — how about where the music's deafening and no one ever hears the phone ring?

Hey, wait a minute... that sounds exactly like bookofjoe World Headquarters — where Jimi Hendrix rules and those not on the treadmill drool.

But I digress.

From the website:
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Cell Phone Call Notifier

Flashes when you have an incoming call

Don't miss another call.

The Call Notifier detects incoming cell phone calls and flashes twin red LEDs to alert you.

Perfect for noisy environments such as cars or offices.

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Works within 5 feet of your phone.

Includes CR2030 battery and Velcro® tape for quick attachment and detachment.
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$9.95.

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Comments

I liked the fake fingernails that glowed when your cell rang. Of course, they were sold in Japan only.

Posted by: Rocketboy | Apr 23, 2008 12:06:11 AM

require at movie theaters!

Posted by: marshall | Apr 22, 2008 9:24:29 AM

By the way, who's gonna answer there cell phone on a motorcycle???

Posted by: tamra | Apr 22, 2008 2:00:04 AM

That was my thought Al, but then I thought, "Hey, might be cool not to have to wear the phone, just keep it in your purse" (or laptop case, if you're a dude). Then, of course, I realized you'd have to wear the red-eyed gizmo and folks might keep their distance. I'd bet it would prove a fun time at airport security too. I dunno, maybe on the home treadmill, if you run naked.

Posted by: tamra | Apr 22, 2008 1:58:01 AM

I thought that was what vibrate mode was for.

Posted by: Al Christensen | Apr 21, 2008 4:09:17 PM

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