Slapswitch: Stunning Looks & Functionality
SlapSwitchTM HeadComTM The Only Safe Way to Take Calls & Never Miss a Beat
What proud owners of Slapswitch have to say:
I no longer have to take my gloves off to answer the phone and I can even toggle back to Pandora (Internet Radio) and listen to some jazz while I'm working. − Rahman Dalrymple - Carson City, Nevada
I am a contractor and almost always wear protective gloves. It is a hassle to answer my iPhone at times because I have to stop what I'm doing, take off my work gloves and either touch the screen or squeeze my headphone switch just right - difficult to do with work gloves.
One of my clients is a quadriplegic and saw me struggling to answer my phone -- he went out of his way to show me his SlapSwitch. He has enough mobility in one of his arms to drive a motorized wheelchair and with SlapSwitch he can answer his phone without much dexterity at all. He just swings his hand to his heart, where he clipped SlapSwitch to his suspenders, and he can also toggle back to his latest audio book.
I ordered myself one right then and could hardly wait for it to show up in the mail. Now I clip the large button to the shoulder strap on my tool-bags -- or my belt if I'm not wearing my bags. I no longer have to take my gloves off to answer the phone and I can even toggle back to Pandora (Internet Radio) and listen to some jazz while I'm working.
− Rahman Dalrymple - Carson City, Nevada
I attach it to a jogging band on my arm and can push the SlapSwitch against the wall with both hands full and still answer the phone, how easy is that!? I love it! − Bianca W. - Riverside, California
I hate to admit it, but I'm a 'soccer mom'. We have two adolescent girls and a boy, so I always have my hands full. Either the kids' gear, or groceries, diapers, dishes, laundry, picking up toys, it's non-stop. At one point I just stopped carrying my cell phone with me because it was too inconvenient and I had to drop what I was doing to answer.
We have a landline anyway and all I have to do is hit speaker-phone on it. But then, we got smartphones for the boys and I needed to be available to take their calls in an emergency, God forbid. So when my friend Sarah told me about SlapSwitch, I knew that was what I needed. It's so easy, it's like pressing that 'Easy' button at the office supply store. I attach it to a jogging band on my arm and can push the SlapSwitch against the wall with both hands full and still answer the phone, how easy is that!? I love it!
− Bianca W. - Riverside, California
We love it. No matter what we are doing we can take a call with a quick slap. Whether I wear it on my belt, or on a pack strap, or in my shirt pocket, I can just give it a slap and don't even have to interrupt my rhythm. − Kevin Cross Victor, Idaho
I'm a father of 3 between 7 and 12 years old. We love going camping and taking hikes around our small town here in Idaho. We used to use small 2-way radios to stay in touch, but they were limited to line-of-sight distance, there was always noise and cross-talk on most channels since we live right between two ski areas (Grand Targhee and Jackson Hole), so when the cell phone towers were installed in this area we switched over to using our smartphones. Not only was communications improved but we got some other cool GPS apps, and music too.
But our phones were really hard to answer, I missed the big push-button on the radio. Most of the time, by the time I was able find the answer on my Android, I had missed the call. This problem was even worse in the winter when we all have gloves on.
Then last Christmas, Tiffany (my wife) bought us all the SlapSwitch. We love it. No matter what we are doing we can take a call with a a quick slap. Whether I wear it on my belt, or on a pack strap, or in my shirt pocket, I can just give the thing a slap and don't even have to interrupt my rhythm. It one of those really simple things that you wonder why they didn't think of it before. I would recommend the SlapSwitch to anyone who hates fumbling to answer their phone while they are doing other things.
− Kevin Cross Victor, Idaho