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Add volume to your cellphone’s ringer

If you use a cellphone for business, you’ve probably missed an important call now and then. The Renny Bluetooth Home Ringer was created to pick up calls when you can’t because the ringer is off, turned down too low or difficult to hear.

This device from Olens Technology wirelessly connects to up to two mobile phones within a range of 200 feet. The speaker sounds off with a selected ring tone or music from your smartphone. It also announces who is calling. Anyone can answer the call and talk hands-free. $99.95 at www.rennyringer.com. Karen Sullivan

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