EAN-130000002090108   EAN-13 barcode 0000002090108
UPC-A000002090108   UPC-A barcode 000002090108
Product NameMotorola Droid 4 In 1 Set: Motorola Droid Mirror Screen Guard + Holster Case + Deluxe Stereo Hands-Free Headset 3.5mm With Mic + Courage*wisdom Neckstrap
CategoryElectronics / Photography
Short DescriptionLb
Amazon.comA Buy on Amazon ~ B003BQFDES
Price New13.95 US Dollars    (curriencies)
Width1.25 inches    (convert)
Height2.75 inches    (convert)
Length4.5 inches    (convert)
Weight4.96 ounces    (convert)
BindingWireless Phone Accessory
  • Motorol DROID Holster clips on to your belt or bag strap.
  • Swivel action allows holster to rotate 90° in each direction. Rotate it sideways for comfort.
  • Package includes MIRROR screen protector for Motorola Droid. Custom Made for Motorola Droid.
  • Package includes SumacLife TM Wisdom*Courage Wristband.
  • Package includes Deluxe Stereo Hands-free Headset 3.5mm, Black color.
Long Description
  • Carry your Motorola DROID safely and securely with this swivel Belt Clip Holster. Motorola DROID Holster clips on to your belt or bag strap. Swivel action allows holster to rotate 90° in each direction. Rotate it sideways for maximum comfort while sitting down. Compatible with Motorola DROID A855.
  • Package includes Deluxe Stereo Hands-free Headset 3.5mm, Black color.Talk on the phone, watch video clips, play games or listen to songs with a stereo headset for phones with a 3.5mm hands-free headset/headphone jack. Lightweight and comfortable, Stereo Headset ensures great sound quality when you're on the go. The headset features an easy-to-use control button, so you can answer, end or mute phone calls and pause or play music, all with a single touch.
  • Package includes SumacLife TM Wisdom*Courage Wristband, to reflect your personality.
  • Package includes Mirror screen protector for Motorola Driod. Mirror Screen Protector is a mirror that prevents your LCD screen from getting scratched. Mirror Screen Protector looks and works like a mirror when your phone's screen is shut off (locked). Once the screen is activated, screen contents appear like normal. Compatible with Motorola DROID.
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