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Limiting your exposure to germs is incredibly important right now because of the pandemic. To that end, StatGear has developed the Hygiene Hand, an EDC tool designed by a NYC paramedic to help reduce the number of things you have to touch everyday. The simple and effective design uses a finger hole, hook and button pusher tip so you can open doors, push ATM, elevator and credit card buttons without having to physically touch anything with your hands. Since it’s made out of solid brass which is naturally antimicrobrial, the time the virus can live on it is limited to hours instead of days. Delivery of the StatGear Hygiene Hand is expected in May of this year.

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If you just got a new iPhone 12, or you’re thinking about it, you need a case that will protect your investment and look good in the process. Enter the Survivor Endurance case. Made to tackle life’s challenges wherever you are, Endurance is built with a combination of smart design and modern tech. Three-layer construction with FortiCore shock absorption technology and textured sides means you’ll have it firmly in hand, but if it does fall, you’re protected from up to 14 feet. It looks good, too. Get your Survivor Endurance case today, available at Verizon.