One of the more disappointing things in life is that after paying out some bucks for a mobile phone, it gets dropped and then the screen cracks into a bazillion pieces, making it pretty unreadable if it still functions. Neverdrop is a mobile phone case worn on the finger. The product’s shell is made of polycarbonate, and the finger strap is made of clothing grade elastic. It also includes Velcro, so it should be fairly adjustable for nearly any finger size. A raised front edge is intended to protect mobiles from screen cracks.
It’s not an entirely convincing argument that wearing a mobile phone on one’s finger is the most convenient way of doing things, except when an actual call comes in. Maybe adding a wrist option would add convenience, and even be appreciated by those who like to wear their phone while exercising. This campaign seeks to raise $5,000 by December 19, 2014. Early bird backers get one product for $20, with an expected delivery of January 2015.