The design of the new Kenu Highline iPhone leash makes sense, at least in practice. This is applicable if you use you iPhone within 2 inches of your pocket. With the leash you get to keep you phone from dropping out of your pocket or hands but you somehow lose the flexibility to do usual things like putting your phone on a dashboard or plugging it into a speaker and leave it there. In order to be able to do that you need to unclip your phone from the leash first. That’s not really a big inconvenience because the attaching becomes easy with some practice. If I could do it, anyone can.
Kenu Highline iPhone leash is a really intelligent invention for those who want total control of their iPhones, whether you’re taking pictures from a moving car, or you’re into mountain climbing and you don’t want your precious phone to drop into a bottomless pit.
Kenu Highline iPhone leash – availability and pricing
The Kenu Highline iPhone leash is currently available for iPhone 5 and 5s and is available starting this month. You can buy the normal one for $35 or if you have an older iPhone, you can get the 30-pin version which costs $20.
All in all, the Kenu Highline iPhone leash is something really useful and it comes at a reasonable price. It’s just a matter of getting used to it, that’s all, but at the end of the day it’s the safety of our iPhone that really matters, right?
So what do you think about the Kenu Highline iPhone leash? Do you find it useful? Would you buy It for your iPhone? Tell us what you think in the comment section below.