Tuesday, July 22, 2014
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Let your phone hang down

Bandolier cross-body case for the iPhone 4/4s or 5/5s is a very sleek, lightweight neck case hangs from a slim 52-inch-long strap or chain, (depending on the model), that clips onto two metal loops at the bottom of the case allowing you to just reach down and tilt the phone up to operate. On the back are two horizontal slots for IDs or credit cards. Available in leather or faux snakeskin in a variety of colors and strap styles. $80 to $125 at www.bandolierstyle.com.
Bandolier cross-body case for the iPhone 4/4s or 5/5s is a very sleek, lightweight neck case hangs from a slim 52-inch-long strap or chain, (depending on the model), that clips onto two metal loops at the bottom of the case allowing you to just reach down and tilt the phone up to operate. On the back are two horizontal slots for IDs or credit cards. Available in leather or faux snakeskin in a variety of colors and strap styles. $80 to $125 at www.bandolierstyle.com.
Bandolier cross-body case for the iPhone 4/4s or 5/5s is a very sleek, lightweight neck case hangs from a slim 52-inch-long strap or chain, (depending on the model), that clips onto two metal loops at the bottom of the case allowing you to just reach down and tilt the phone up to operate. On the back are two horizontal slots for IDs or credit cards. Available in leather or faux snakeskin in a variety of colors and strap styles. $80 to $125 at www.bandolierstyle.com. Gallery: Let your phone hang down
I've fallen in like with Bandolier's new cross-body case; people stopped me on the street when I tested it to ask where I got it. Available so far only for the iPhone 4/4s or 5/5s, the very sleek, lightweight neck case hangs from a slim, 52-inch-long strap or chain (depending on the model) that clips onto two metal loops at the bottom of the case, and can hang across your chest or hip. Notice that the strap clips onto the bottom of the case, not the top. That is a great plus, because to use the phone, you just reach down and tilt it up to operate. (Most other phone neck cases hang from straps at the top of the case, requiring you to twist and rotate the phone to use while wearing.) The back of the case has two horizontal slots for IDs or credit cards. Nothing obscures phone functions. You'll need to supply your own screen shield. I would have liked the option of a shorter neck strap/chain. Still, thumbs way up.


Bandolier Cross-Body iPhone Case is $80 to $125 at www.bandolierstyle.com.

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