Phone x Phone Fixed Line Charging Holder Seat for iPhone Only $18.03

With the release of iPhone 4, iPhone has become a symbol of fashion and social position. To pursue the fashion trace, more and more people tend to buy one. If you have already got an iPhone, this particularly-designed accessory, phone x phone fixed line charging holder seat for iPhone is definitely your best choice for a fresh creative lifestyle with only $18.03.

It is a charging dock with receiver for iPhone (compatible with iPhone 3G 3GS 4) to turn your iPhone into a conventional fixed line phone. It is not only a holder, providing a convenient way to put you iPhone cell phone on the desk, office table, kitchen counter or wherever you want to put it, but also a seat charger, to charge your iPhone while on standby. In addition to the traditional way of making a phone call, this holder can turn your iPhone into a fixed phone so that you can make/ answer a phone call as if you are using a traditional fixed phone. You can make/ answer a phone call via both traditional way using the receiver piece and hands-free call by pressing the button on the receiver. Of course, this can be a little less chance of close contact with electromagnetic waves. Never misplace your mobile phone again and you can find your phone easily with this iPhone Cell Phone Holder.

This holder provides easy access to iPhone touch screen and you can press the button as if you dial on a fixed phone. Easy to use: just dock your iPhone to the charging station and sync your phone with the station via the 3.5mm audio plug.

Note: There is no volume control function on this item, please adjust volume on your iPhone. And avoid close contact with electromagnetic waves to a certain degree.

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