You don't have to be delicate with this rugged handset
Most people’s mobile phone spends its life sitting in a nice cosy pocket, or relaxing on a pub table or office desk. Some phones, however, don’t have it quite so easy. The Sonim XP1300 Core
phone has been built to take on the kind of conditions that would turn regular mobiles weak at the keys.
Built from a hardened rubber
and fibreglass mix
, this rugged handset is among the first of its kind to be built to the industry’s IP-68
. This means it’s tough enough to be dropped onto concrete from two metres, it’s completely waterproof
and it’s impervious to dust, sweat and water particles.
Extra wide keys
The extra wide keys
have been designed for easy use, even if you’re wearing gloves. And the Corning® Gorilla® glass screen is completely scratchproof
, so even if you’re in the middle of dust storm you’ll still know who’s calling you!
Sure, it’s got more tough credentials than Ray Mears has ways to find food, but for anyone outdoors, in the wet, or waist-deep in mud (that includes festival-goers), it could be a genuine lifesaver.
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