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    And now it's time for Leo's Turn The Table Turkey!

    I don't if you'll want to use four Cell Handles at once, but I guess you could!I was the one who picked a cell phone this week as a gadget, but Leo picks a secure way to hold a cell phone. Cell Handle lets you hold your phone with one finger. The kit includes two Velcro discs and an adjustable mini strap. First you put one Velcro disc on the back of your phone. Then choose a finger, adjust the strap and start using it by attaching it to the back your cell phone. Leo showed us how with just one finger you can hold your cell phone comfortably and securely. It’s great for people who are afraid they might drop their phone and a help to those with limited hand dexterity. The sizing is adjustable to just about any finger. When you’re not using your phone it detaches (and reattaches) easily. But wait, there’s more! Leo showed us how it also works as a convenient kickstand for your phone. Cell Handle rotates 360° and it works with other handheld devices.The company says it hypo-allergenic and it fits in your pocket. You can place the second disc on your computer, nightstand, or anyplace you want to leave your phone so you won’t have to go hunting for it. It’s $19.99.


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