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They're incredibly ugly, but middle class parents just can't stop themselves dressing their kids in 'em. Yes, we're talking last summer's de rigueur fashion accessory, Crocs clogs-cum-sandals. And now you can put your phone in them too.

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Crocs' o-dial: store your mobile in 'style'

Dubbed, cunningly, Crocs o-dial, the ‘shoe’ is described as a universal-size mobile device case, but a more accurate name might be rubber phone holder with holes in.

We shouldn’t laugh though, because the o-dial have a patent pending design called an adjustable clip that lets you, well, clip it onto things, like your belt. For any tech nerd, this is sure to be a positive point, because it’ll turn any mundane belt into more of a tactical pants retainer.

Croc's o-dial has an inner surface designed to protect your mobile’s display, such as from scratches. An... ahem... "internal accessory sleeve” gives you room to store a credit card, map to Glastonbury, or ticket for the next Star Wars fan convention.

So, if you fall into the narrow target audience that Crocs describes as “kids, teens and adults” then you’ll be glad to know that the Crocs o-dial only costs €10 (£7/$14). Of course, they don’t come in pairs...

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