Bloomberg NEW YORK — Cell phone elbow sold for $20,000.
The elbow is a unique piece of mobile electronics that was made by a Japanese manufacturer to replace cell phone grips.
It has a curved phone grip on the inside and an angled handle on the outside.
The cellphone elbow is made of aluminum, the same material used in phone cases.
The handle has a flexible rubber rubber, and can also be used for an antenna and to hold a phone in place.
The seller says it has been used in more than 50,000 cell phone cases and accessories.
The phone elbow has a 5-foot (1.8-meter) length.
It can hold two phones at once.