The following review is my light hearted approach to looking at the problem of being continually or continuously connected to the smart phone from a purely entertaining angle with a product that may help. 🙂 🙂
I want to remind you that being continuously connected to the digital world is not good for you. These days, most people are continuously connected to the internet, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, leaving little time for them to be disconnected from the internet. This is not good for you.
I touch on the idea of unplugging yourself as a stress management technique, so this post ties in with that concept.
It is a good idea to unplug yourself from the digital world. If you are addicted to your smartphone, I want to introduce to you a solution – The NoPhone. This is a real product. I kid you not. 🙂 🙂
This is highly entertaining and is a good laugh. And that is a good thing for your well being. 🙂 🙂
And the NoPhone itself is a great way to combat smartphone addiction.
Here is what you will learn in this Review for the hilarious NoPhone product:
What is Nomophobia?
Nomophobia is the phobia of being out of mobile phone contact or cellular phone contact. The term itself came into being after the UK Post Office commissioned a survey back in 2010. It stands for “no-mobile-phone phobia”. The results of that survey discovered that almost 53% of mobile phone users in Britain get anxious when they “lose their mobile phone, run out of battery or credit or have no network coverage”.
In the USA, they reckon that a full 66 percent of all adults suffer from “nomophobia.” according to an article at psychologytoday.com.
The Guardian in August 2017 reported that “Researchers last week warned that nomophobia – a phobia of being without your smartphone – is affecting everyone”.
This is something that I think everyone in the modern world needs to look at.
And determine ways to manage this in a way that works for them.
Following are some videos about the NoPhone. They are highly entertaining. 🙂 🙂
Changing the world video
Here is a video where this product was introduced to the world. This is an extremely entertaining video in my opinion. And the product is real if you want to get one (or more). 🙂 🙂
Personally I loved the format and the content of this hilarious product launch.
It in the news video
See a video highlighting the NoPhone in the news.
The NoPhone is a great way to unplug yourself from the online world. I really loved the following comment by a customer who brought it on Amazon when he said “This is the best product I have ever bought! The look on people’s faces when I yell “Son of a bitch!” and hurl it at the wall or the floor is worth every penny paid for it.”
What is it about?
The NoPhone is about the importance of disconnecting yourself from the online world so that you can find yourself.
Who is it for?
The NoPhone is for anyone who is always connected to the online world using their smartphone. It is a great way to help you overcome smartphone addiction.
- It is really durable.
- It passes drop tests very well.
- It has a neat look.
- It has a slim look.
- Its battery life is infinite.
- It is light.
- It has no camera.
- It has no speaker.
- It has no facility to view videos using it.
- It can not connect to other devices using Bluetooth.
- It can not connect using WiFi.
The rating of the NoPhone is 4.2 starts out of 5.0 stars. This rating information was retrieved from Amazon on June 9, 2018. The rating information now may be different.
Note: The rating information was retrieved from Amazon on June 9, 2018. The rating information now may be different.
Here’s The Next Step…
Now I want to turn it over to you:
Are you going to buy the NoPhone to help you combat your smartphone addiction?
I heard about a college lecturer who purchased 30 NoPhones so that when college students entered his lectures, the students would surrender their real smartphones in exchange for NoPhones during that classroom session. The college lecturer concerned has seen test scores increase and a better participation.
I have heard about people buying a NoPhone for a friend, putting the new NoPhone into the packaging for a real smartphone, giving the gift of the phone, and both parties having a real good laugh afterwards.
How many NoPhones are you going to buy?
Either way, let me know by leaving a comment below right now.