Dropped Your Cell Phone in the Drink? No Worries. With Verizon's Waterproof Phone, We Can Hear You Now


80425-1.jpgThe other day my house cleaner panicked when her cell phone accidentally fell off her belt clip and into the Cloroxed bubbling abyss of our toilet. Another friend returned from Key West with a ruined, salt-encrusted mobile after he put it in the drink sea kayaking. Then, I drenched mine in coffee.

Too bad we didn’t have Verizon’s submersible, travel-tough G’zOne cell phone. Drop it, scratch it, shake it, bake it, the indomitable 5.3-ounce phone can handle just about anything you throw its way. Tougher than you are, the military-tested mobile is built to withstand exposure to temperatures in excess of 140ºF, extreme vibration, solar radiation, conditions set to simulate storm conditions of two inches of rainfall per hour with high winds and submersion in one meter of water.

You don’t need a 007-lifestyle, however, to want this phone. Thanks to industrial-grade seals and enhanced shock resistance with the G’zOne you can snap underwater pictures, talk in the shower and run over it with your shopping cart and we’ll still be able to hear you now.

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MIL–SPECS
Certified to MIL–Standard 810F For:
  • Water Resistance, Humidity
  • Shock
  • Dust

Camera/Video
  • Built–In 300K CMOS Camera with Flash & Digital Zoom
  • Camcorder

Services
  • Mobile Web 2.0 Capable
  • Email, Mobile IM, & Chat Capable
  • VZ Navigatorsm Capable
  • Chaperonesm Parent/Child
  • Get It Now® Capable
  • Picture & Video Messaging
  • Text Messaging
  • Voice Mail

Tools
  • Address book with up to 500 Contacts & Picture Caller ID
  • Calendar, Alarm Clock, World Clock
  • Calculator, Notepad
  • Countdown Timer, Stopwatch
  • Speed Dialing
Voice and Audio
  • Push to Talk Capable with other Verizon Wireless Push to Talk Capable Phones
  • Polyphonic ringer and sound capability
  • Speakerphone
  • Voice Activated Dialing

General
  • Bluetooth® Capable for the following profiles: Headset (HSP), Hands–free (HFP), Serial Port (SPP) and Dial–Up Networking (DUN); it does not support Bluetooth Object Transfer OBEX Profiles
  • Dual Mode (800/1900 MHz CDMA) 1XRTT
  • Dimensions: 3.8” (H) x 2.0” (W) x 1.1” (D)
  • 8 Lines of Text
  • Weight: 5.1 ounces
  • Main Display: 1.8” 65K Color TFT (176 x 220)
  • Sub Display: 1.3” Black & White STN (96 x 96)
  • Hearing Aid Compatibility = M4
  • TTY Compatible
  • SAR: Head –1.07 / Body –0.413
  • Battery: 1050 mAh Li–Ion
  • Usage Time: Up to 203 Minutes OR
  • Standby Time: Up to 170 Hours
  • Handset Insurance is Available

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Ellen Barone has been creating words and images for travel and tourism since 1998. She co-founded and publishes the group travel blog YourLifeIsATrip.com and is currently at work on her first book "I Could Live Here".