Heracles Research Launches the Latest Green Advancement in iPhone Clips

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AppKlip, the new clip made entirely in the USA, is manufactured using recycled plastics.

Heracles Research Corporation announced the launch of their newest product, the patent-pending AppKlip. The new clip is manufactured in the USA using recycled plastics. This revolutionary iPhone clip combines the latest advancements in ergonomics with a green pro-American company policy to offer customers the very best technology products without any consumer guilt.

The ultra durable DuPontâ„¢ Delrin® clip is held tightly to the phone by neoprene o-rings. This design allows for full functionality of the iPhone while providing protection to both sides of the phone. The clip can stay in place while users charge their phone or plug in their earphones.

The sleek lightweight design of the product allows users to firmly attach the iPhone to their belt or pocket while only adding 2 ounces to the weight of the phone.

Currently the AppKlip is available in both black and white for the iPhone 3GS and the iPod Touch. Customers can look forward to the expanded line of AppKlips to include an iPhone 4 version as well as colors to match the team colors of all professional and college teams. Corporations with large orders can now order the clips in any color.

Attachments for the AppKlip are also in the works. A dash attachment will allow iPhone users to utilize the GPS system in their phones easily on the go in their vehicles. It also sets up the iPhone for convenient hand-free speaker phone use.

For the latest information on the AppKlip visit http://www.appklip.com . Or to purchase an AppKlip click here.

About Heracles Research Corporation
Heracles Research Corporation is a privately held company formed three years ago. All their products including the popular BedBunker and BurglarBlaster are 100% made in the USA. The company utilizes US labor. Heracles Research builds innovative products to solve real world problems.

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