Communication tools, from traditional landline telephone to the hottest 3G phones, have seen some radical changes since Alexander Graham Bell first introduced the talking device in 1876. Continuing the evolutionary process, designer Shirley A. Roberts is out there with an innovative communication device that users may wrap around their wrist like a customary wristwatch or a bracelet. Featuring basic requirements of a cell phone, the Wrist Phone comes fully functional with a LED display, keypad and headset jack. The Wrist Phone not just flaunts an innovative design, eliminating the need of a wristwatch, but it would be in the reach of average buyers as well. The use-and-throw phone could be a handy gadget for critical situations.