The Cellular Phone Shade is an attachment device for use on cellular phones intended to reduce screen glare, increase privacy, reduce phone temperature, and increase style.
Inventors Marco Vinci and Elanie Lebel of Peabody, MA have created an attachment device for use on cellular phones intended to reduce screen glare, increase privacy, reduce phone temperature, and increase style.
In the world today, cellular phones are a must. However, with increased popularity come drawbacks, which have become much more evident. Some of these drawbacks include the inability to see ones screen when using the phone outdoors under bright sunlight. Also, the large screen of the phone is often able to be seen by those nearby, resulting in a loss of personal privacy. Additionally, phones can be easily damaged by the hot rays of the sun, even after only a few minutes of exposure. Finally, cell phone accessory manufacturers are on the constant outlook for the newest and latest accessories, in order to increase their market share over that of their competitors. Inventors Vinci and Lebel have created a means by which cellular phones can be modified in order to address these deficiencies.
This clever new invention is provided with a leather umbrella that unfolds and shields half of a cell phone screen. It makes it nearly impossible for others to see the screen. It easily applies and removes without tools. There are no telltale marks left behind. Its rubber frame adjusts to fit almost all sizes of cell phones. The use of the Cellular Phone Shade allows for multiple benefits to users of cellular phones, in a manner that is quick, easy, efficient, and requires no modification to the current cellular phone.