This shouldn’t be so hard.
It’s time to sort out your phone and tablet holding situation.
Whether you’re working from home more often and still settling for that same up-the-nose video conference angle or you’re streaming shows at home while you cook and propping your screen up against the instant pot for stability—you’re doing it wrong.
Admittedly, phones and tablets should probably have some sort of solution like this built in. Ten years ago nobody would have guessed that we’d have built-in facial recognition technology but still no remedy for busting ourselves in the teeth trying to read in bed because phones are both slippery and surprisingly heavy when dropped on your face from a height of eight inches.
But that’s neither here nor there. It’s time to stop settling for a variety of increasingly janky solutions to holding your phone exactly where you want it, whether you’re watching something or filming yourself.
Today’s deal is a delightfully straightforward solution that’s also endlessly adjustable.
Regardless of if you’re trying to look good on a Zoom call or just keep a recipe at eye level, this little guy will probably get your device exactly where you want it to be.
We’ll even send you two. What more can you ask, really?