Have you got a mobile phone? Do you love Doctor Who? If the answer is a double affirmative - and letís face it, unless you're some kind of icon-hating technophobe, it should be - you need a Doctor Who Phone Charm.
Just like MoPods, these clever little charms flash and spin every time a call comes in. But unlike MoPods each transparent dome comes direct from Gallifrey by way of Skaro and contains a Tardis or a Dalek. And if you're a genuine Dr Who freak, it doesn't come much more iconic than that.
Spins and flashes when you get calls and messages!
You donít need a sonic screwdriver or the brain of a Time Lord to set these handy companions up; simply attach one to your bag, belt or multicoloured scarf and youíll never miss a call from the Master or a text from the Brigadier again!
It goes without saying that Dr Who Phone Charms come in handy if you're in a noisy pub, sitting on a clattering train or being attacked by Cybermen, but they also make brilliant desktop/work companions - especially if your phone is in silent mode.
Yes, we realise all this flashing Tardis/Dalek business sounds sillier than going to work wearing Sylvester McCoy socks, but Dr Who Phone Charms aren't half as daft as those Bluetooth headsets favoured by middle-management morons. And if you hate missing calls, a flashing blue police box/plunger-wielding pepperpot is infinitely more imaginative than a deafening 'I'm wacky, I am!' comedy ringtone. (And that includes the 24 CTU one, the theme from Grange Hill and the music fromÖerm, Dr Who).
Attach it to your phone
More than anything, a Dr Who Phone Charm is one mobile peripheral that is actually extremely practical - and you can't say that about your average collectable thingamabob. So hurry up and hit buy before our entire shipment gets sucked into a parallel dimension.They're for you-Who!
Not suitable for ages 0-4
Compatible with GSM networks including T Mobile, O2, Orange, Virgin, Vodafone
Not compatible with the Three network
Response frequency range of 800 - 1600 MHz (some machines may not respond)