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Pluggy Lock Turns the Headphone Jack into a Strap Loop: Fill a Hole with a Hole

 |  |  |  July 6, 2015


Mobile phones used to have a hole or a slot on their case for wrist straps, lanyards or trinkets, but this seems to have fallen out of modern designs. You can have that hole back with the Pluggy Lock. It’s a small aluminum loop that screws into the 3.5mm audio input.

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As long as it’s properly screwed in, it’ll take considerable force to break off Pluggy Lock from your device. You can always unscrew it and store it in its magnetic carrying case if you need to use the input jack.

Pluggy Locks usually go for $25 (USD) to $35, but as of this writing it’s on sale for just $9 to $15.

[via The Gadget Flow]



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