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Banana Phone - Stocking Stuffer, White Elephant...



Hi Neighbors!!

This is such a unique idea!!  It brings back memories of things like Get Smart!  We have a Banana Phone!! ($39.99)  It is Bluetooth enabled, so you can use it with your cell phone!!


This would make a great stocking stuffer or What Elephant gift!!  You can answer and make calls, people will look at you like you are bananas!!  You can also use the Banana Phone as a speaker to play music. It has a 60 ft. Bluetooth range and can last up to 120 hours idle or 20 hours talk time.  You can recharge your Banana Phone with the included USB cable.  The Banana Phone works with Voice Assistant (Siri/Ok Google) to make outbound calls.


Banana Phone is not only a really neat gift idea and conversation starter (literally as a phone), but they are part of 1% For The Planet.  Instead of 1%, they donate 2% of all sales to the Gorilla Conservation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.  So by purchasing a Banana Phone as a gift, you are also donating to help save gorillas!!




Be sure to visit the Banana Phone website and get your order in for the gift with appeal!!  Then take a moment to follow them on their social media.

Facebook - HERE
Instagram - HERE

Thanks for dropping in where neighbors share!!


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