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"SlapSwitch" Helps Answer Phone With Dirty Hands
If you’re tired of digging your phone out of your pocket when your hands are dirty or greasy, you’ll like this new “SlapSwitch” that lets you answer the phone by “slapping” a switch mounted on your belt, shirt or jacket.
  “We’ve had a really positive response from everyone who has seen it, from farmers to skiers, motorcyclists, firefighters and anyone else who uses a phone while on the go,” says Peter Gibbons at Sports MusiCom, the manufacturer. “As a longtime FARM SHOW reader, I think it’ll be well-received by farmers, mechanics and others who work with their hands.”
  The SlapSwitch wires to your smart phone and lets you use any preferred headphone, headset or mic and speaker combination.
  A multi-purpose carrying case is available to hold both a smart phone and a SlapSwitch. It comes with a belt clip, belt loop straps and pack straps and is designed to store excess cord as well.
  The SlapSwitch will be available this fall for $40 to $60. A push-button microswitch version, and a bandana-type speaker system to fit under helmets, are also under development.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Sports MusiCom, Inc., Suite N, 1805 N. Carson St., Carson City, Nevada 89701 (ph 403 668-4126 ; info@sportsmusicom.com; www.sportsmusicom.com).

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2012 - Volume #36, Issue #4