Yoggle- The Fleming (Pacific Blue)
Crossbody Strap for All Phone
Yoggle is the latest hassle-free way to carry your smart phone. The crossbody strap features an innovative T shape connector PhoneLock Pro, which has been upgraded, with an impressive load bearing capacity of 6lbs.
Hands-free phone carrying has never felt so smart, safe and in style.
UPGRADED LOCK AND GO
Upgraded from the previous PhoneLock, Yoggle is now paired with PhoneLock Pro, and made with different materials and a new design for higher durability.
PhoneLock Pro is an innovative T-shape rotatable ball connector, with an advanced turn-and-lock mechanism made with stainless steel to avoid accidental pressure that may cause breakage.
To ensure seamless performance and withstand the demands of daily usage, it can now hold a maximum weight of 6lbs.
MADE FOR ALL PHONES
Our inventive new design works with almost all phone types due to its phone case adaptability.
CAN HOLD A MAXIMUM WEIGHT OF 6LBS
Yoggle’s load-bearing capacity is an impressive 6lbs which is over 15 times of an iPhone 12.
7 UNIQUE COLOURS TO MIX AND MATCH
Made with top quality woven threads, the texture, craftsmanship and pattern of the straps of Yoggle comes in 7 attractive colours:
- The Nolan (Black)
- The Chaplin (Golden Black)
- The Fleming (Pacific Blue)
- The McQueen (Grey Pink)
- The Attenborough (Yellow Brown)
- The McCartney (Brown Red)
- The Connery (Red Blue)
Fit for those who are style-conscious to complement with your outfit (or mood) of the day.
JUST THE RIGHT LENGTH, ALWAYS
Choose between 3 different lengths, then adjust to fit your preference and need
WEAR YOUR CAMERA TOO
Enjoy the best of both: wear your phone or camera. Choose Yoggle Film.
Why Yoggle is call Yoggle?
Yoggle comes from the word Woggle, which is a loop or ring of leather or cord through which the ends of a Scout's neckerchief are threaded, that has a similar feature to our product.
So we change to word W to Y because it’s a Y-shape loop of cord around your body to hold the phone, to create this name “Yoggle”.