Don't be afraid to contact us. There are real people here that want to make sure you are taken care of. It's the way it is at CellGrasp.
Capt. Paul West
16970 San Carlos Blvd. #160-188
Fort Myers, FL 33908
Feel the comfort when you know your phone is safe to be used with one hand. Tight and secure. Simple.
If you look real closely at this actual pic, you can just see the edges of the ultra clear, flexible, touch sensitive lens.
The smiles are real when you take your first selfie and feel the difference of using your arm as an "organic" selfie stick. Simple.
Just like slipping a seatbelt on your phone.
What We Are All About
A Little History
So here's the story. I'm a sailing captain. I've been watching people for over two decades dropping there phones on deck an over the side of my vessel. It's never a good ending, but a great story for them to tell back home.
I started looking for wrist straps to share with my customers, they were not available for cell phones.
So I decided I'd make a case for cell phones with a little hole in the corner so that a wrist strap could be attached to their phones so they would not hit the deck or the sea when dropped.
After a little research, I realized that was a very stupid idea. Do you know how many types of cell phones are on the market? Do you know how may colors and styles? So that was out of the question. A month or two later, I had a dream...
The main two things I wanted in my little device was it had to fit all phones and cases and it had to just slip on and off so there were no attachments like glue, tapes or Velcro that attach the unit to the cell phone or case. The solution is amazingly simple. One continuous loop. One side has a CLEAR, FLEXIBLE TOUCH SENSITIVE LENS and the other side has elastic finger loops. That's it. The patent office loved it. US Patent - US 9496909.
I started using one on the boat. People saw it and they wanted one, so one thing let to another. Welcome to the World of CellGrasp.
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See you on the dock...