RugGear - Mobile Phones That Can Withstand Being Dropped

Many cell phones will not work after being dropped, but rugged cell phones are built to withstand extreme temperatures, shock, exposure to water and dusty conditions
RugGear P860
RugGear P860
Feb. 5, 2012 - PRLog -- The RugGear P860 series meets the specifications for military grade construction. The phone's rugged design allows it to remain operational at high altitude, extreme temperatures and after being dropped. The phone has a long battery life that allows up to 9 hours of continuous talk time and up to 450 hours in standby mode.

If you love adventure sports like fishing, trekking, mountain climbing, camping, biking, scuba diving etc., you'll need a handset that can stand up to your abuse -- or to the pummeling of Mother Nature, as it were. Get yourself a RugGear handsets now!

RugGear P860
- IP56 Waterproof Rugged Structure
- Drop-tested up to 2.0 meters
- Rugged Structure with 1 ton Static Pressure
- Quad Band 850/900/1800/1900MHz
- 1800mAh Battery
- Standby 450 hours with 9 hours talk time
- Dual SIM Card Holding
- GPS (Location and Navigation)
- Walkie-Talkie , LED Flashlight
- 2 Mega Pixel Camera
- Touch screen with Brightness Sensor
- ZI smart Typing and Handwriting
- G-Sensor application
- Support Java 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0, GPRS, MMS

Retail Price : $ 547.00

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