Here's what our friends over at Onboard (in Germany) had to say, "Now the Kenu Highline is a really clever little safety gadget for your phone that will hopefully mean you never lose yours on the hill again. It consists of a compact coil cable that one one end attaches to your jacket while at the other locks securely into your phone's charging dock. No more retracing your steps around the park, keeping an ear out for the ringtone of a dropped phone. We are stoked on this!"


And Slug Magazine...

"Kenu’s Highline is a Kevlar safety leash that attaches securely to your iPhone (4s, 4, 3GS, 3) or iPod (touch, classic, nano) the same way your charger would. If you’re as vain as I am (and you are—I follow you on Instagram), this product is near genius. It’s one of those things you wish you’d thought of first. There are so many times that I’ve held my iPhone out in front of me to take a selfie, gripping the sides with all the muscles in my fingers, hoping it’s not going to drop to an expensive death. The Highline is also ideal for cycling. I know, I know, “What are you doing on your phone while riding a bike?!” At least I’m not driving a two-ton death machine while I pull out my phone (yeah, I’m looking at YOU). I actually lost my last phone when I stuck it in my back pocket and the to-and-fro motion of my ass wiggled it out while pedaling. With the Highline, I can attach it to my belt loop or even the strap on my Velo City Bag, and know my iPhone’s gonna make it home so I can #latergram all of my adventures. That’s really the only downside to the Highline—you have to have some kind of “loop” to tie it to, or there’s no way to use it, but unless you often find yourself in Velcro onesies, that shouldn’t be a major problem." –Esther Meroño