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Posted: February 1, 2013

YachtPhone starts at $99.99

By: Ambrosia Brody

Did your phone go overboard, or did you forget your charger? No worries if you packed YachtPhone as a safety backup phone. The waterproof cellular phone has a battery life of more than eight months and a 200-hour standby and can use a hand crank for emergency recharging. Durable and rugged, the phone can withstand a drop from 7 feet to a hard surface, contains a built-in flashlight and picks up FM radio. The phone comes with its own number that you can easily forward your current phone to, and YachtPhone service consists of two no-contract plans.

YachtPhone; info@yachtphone.net; yachtphone.net

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