Divewear for mobile phones

Thermal pouch to protect from scratches and splashes

Author: Pat
14th March 2012
 

Picture of a Fourth Element mobile phone pouch
The latest addition to the Fourth Element ‘Life’ range is a pouch for mobile phones.

The company’s leisurewear clothing line already encompasses hoodies, t-shirts, hats and more.

made of Thermocline fabric

Each design sports an ocean or marine life related motif in faintly retro style.

And garments are made using the same fabrics and technologies as the top-end thermal gear for which Fourth Element is perhaps best know. Some of the world’s top technical divers opt for Arctics.

But they won’t be wearing this newest bit of leisurewear, which might fit over one sticky-out bit, at best.

The pouch is made of Thermocline fabric and large enough to accommodate a smartphone, although with a drawstring top can be used for conventional mobiles too.

It also sports the ‘elements’ logo and costs £9.95.

So if your handset needs protection, consider donning one of these sheaths – available in the Fourth Element store now.

 
 
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