In light of Father's Day weekend, we're taking the time to remind people why we started this journey all those years ago.
To spend less time on our phones.
With the original intention to not have the access to yourself that the early cell phones first began to allow other people. AKA being able to come home and answer your voicemail and call people back, but otherwise being free from anyone else's agenda but your own.
Many things have changed since then, but ultimately we are still chasing the dream of creating barriers between our customers and their devices. Whether it is a parent looking to spend more time with their kids and loved ones, someone looking to decompress after a long work week tied to a device, or a modern person defending our country with a need to be able to disconnect at a moment's notice.
All of these people, and everyone in between, have a place in the world we are trying to help foster in the present day over-connected world.
So take the first step.
Acknowledge that maybe you spend a little too much time on your phone or more than you think you do (give this a look if you haven't already) and take that first step. Put your phone on silent, chuck it in a drawer, or a Faraday Sleeve if you have it and leave it for the weekend.
Feel each of those special moments as you drink your cup of coffee or beverage of choice in the morning, as you eat lunch with your kids, or how the sun feels on your back as you take a hike.
You'll thank us when you wake up Monday morning feeling refreshed from a weekend off of your devices.
Have Fun Out There.
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