Since October is breast cancer awareness month, and that Loop’s financial success now allows the company to get involved in philanthropy campaigns, it is with great pleasure that we announce our first major partnership with the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation.
Throughout Fall 2016, we will offer a pink ribbon version of our Ninja smartphone strap to customers everywhere. 15% of the revenues on the pink Loops will be given to the Foundation which in turn works to build awareness, fund research and support the women affected by cancer as well as their loved ones.
We will also offered 500 of our pink Ninja Loops to participants in Montreal's CIBC Run for the Cure which took place last Sunday, on October 2nd.
Our team has closely seen the physical, psychological, social and financial repercussions of a cancer diagnostic on someone and his entourage. We thoroughly understand the costs associated with the disease and the structure that needs to be put in place to fight it. As a socially conscious enterprise, we are more than glad to join forces with the Foundation to fight for a better future, free of breast cancer for all women.
The pink Loops are now available through our online shop at www.phoneloops.com. Order today and enjoy free delivery when you order three Loops or more! 15% of the revenues on the pink products over the next 4 months will be given to the Foundation.
Before reading, pick a guest: On a daily basis, how often do you reach for your phone? Pick a number...
If you are reading this article, there is a now a 1-in-4 chance that you are smartphone owner, as I am. In 2016, the global number of smartphone users is set to reach an astonishing 2.08 billion figure. While I enjoy going off-grid from time to time, I can’t imagine a day without having my mobile handy – and I dare to say my 2 billion-or-so fellow users probably can’t either. My phone allows me to do so much, from arranging to pick up the kids to managing my startups, all from the same device. Since the middle of the last decade, these technological wonders have proliferated and have become an extension of ourselves.
They contain information dear to us: messages we share with our friends, precious vacation photos and now, even credit cards. While the cost of smartphones continues to come down – an average mobile now costs approximately $260 – they still represent a significant investment that needs to be protected. Passwords and fingerprints may secure information digitally, but protective cases only go so far in preventing theft or physical damages from the heart-wrenching drops of butter fingers. Trust me when I say I know this from experience.
A recent Nottingham Trent University study found that its participants aged 18 to 33 look at their mobile phone about 85 times a day. With increased use comes increased risk of drops on pavements, pools and other unforgiving surfaces which can severely damage smartphones and cost hefty amounts to their owners. It is no surprise to see that US consumers spent $23.5 billion in iPhone screen repairs by late 2014. With the average cost of an Apple device cracked screen repair sitting at around $200, I can only imagine what the figure is now, globally and across all brands.
Since we launched our Loop mobile strap product line, we have proudly helped thousands of satisfied customers worldwide to secure their grip on their smartphones with the Petite Loop and the Ninja Loop. I’m always amazed to see the ways our clients come to use their Loop, whether it’s a college student playing Pokémon Go, a businesswoman texting while walking to work or a father holding on to his baby and his phone at the same time.
When I created the Loop, my original aim was simply to have an easy and elegant way to hold on to my smartphone. Over time however, the feedback I received from customers praised the unforeseen multitasking aspect of the product – it allowed them to walk and look at a maps, to cook and text, to carry groceries and answer an important call, all at the same time, without any fear of drops.
Rick Broida from CNET said “I gave one to my mom, and she totally digs it. Sometimes the simplest accessories are the best”. He also stated that the Ninja Loop was possibly the “the best 6 bucks you can spend on your smartphone” (now 5 bucks). Since it helps prevent those deadly drops, I tend to agree!
If you don’t have your own Loop already, don’t become part of the bad statistics and get in the Loop today. You can pick from a wide variety of styles and colors that suit your personality and tastes. Invite your friends and family to join you!
Here is a quick list of most popular ways to Loop. With time, you'll find plenty of practical ways to Loop around the place.
Quickly catch a glimpse of updates to your news feeds or finish that ebook, thanks to our ergonomic design that allows scrolling with your thumb through a safe and relaxed grip.
Loop ensures a steady and unshakable grip for the best photo and video shots. Easily hold your phone for longer periods without strain. No selfie-stick needed!
The Loop reduces strain on the hand, making it easy and comfortable to work from your mobile at home or on the go.
Your phone is safe from theft in crowded commutes while looped around your wrist or your fingers. Discourage snatchers.
Do you need to keep your child distracted for a moment? Hook them up to the Loop without worry of damages to your portable entertainment system.
The Loop is your useful and fashionable companion that helps to protect the most important tool in all your adventures.
The Loop beats pockets any day of the week. It’s the quickest and lightest solution to hold your device securely while you’re out for a jog!
Fully immerse yourself in mobile games without the fear of real-life hazards that could cause you to drop your device.
Lie down, look at Netflix or YouTube and hold the phone over your face, effortlessly. No more embarrassing drops!
The basic functions of a smartphone are now easier and safer than ever thanks to the Loop’s one-handed grip.