Product Preview: Sneaky Pete Pholster

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posted on July 29, 2015
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When a company makes a name for itself selling subcompact handgun holsters disguised as cell phone cases, it makes a lot of business sense for that company to eventually start offering cell phone cases that actually are cell phone cases—which is exactly the notion behind Sneaky Pete’s new Pholster. A cell phone case masquerading as a holster that is masquerading as a cell phone case, the Pholster comes fitted for a number of different electronic devices, and is available in four leather finishes (black, brown, black alligator pattern and brown alligator pattern) or ballistic nylon. Made from the same high-quality components as the rest of Sneaky Pete’s product line, the Pholster utilizes a spring-steel belt clip for retention and powerful rare-earth magnets to keep it closed. The complete line of Pholster configurations, and their corresponding internal dimensions, is available on the company’s website.

MSRP: $30; Contact: Sneaky Pete Holsters; sneakypeteholsters.com

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