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Belkin FlipBlade Adjust Stand for iPad 3rd Gen, iPad 2, iPad, Galaxy Tab and Galaxy Note

4.5 out of 5 stars 177 customer reviews
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  • Ultra-thin and lightweight on the go
  • Multiple angles for viewing and typing
  • Landscape or portrait viewing
  • Sturdy support for your tablet
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
  • Compatible with iPad (Original), iPad 2, iPad 3rd gen, Galaxy Tab - 10.1", Galaxy Tab - 8.9", Galaxy Tab 2 - 10.1", Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 2 - 7" and Galaxy Tab - 7"

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Brand Belkin
Item Weight 6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 8.5 x 5.8 x 5.8 inches
Item model number F5L084TT
Manufacturer Part Number F5L084TT

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ASIN B004Q3RE2O
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4.5 out of 5 stars 177 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #330 in Computers & Accessories > Laptop Accessories > Stands
#827 in Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Stands
Shipping Weight 8 ounces
Date First Available March 1, 2011

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Belkin F5L080TT Ultra-thin and lightweight on the go Flipblade Adjust, Tablet Stand

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Style Name: FlipBlade
My wife got this for me and it look and felt great when we opened in, but it does not work very well. The area that actually hold the iPad at the bottom has a pretty wide gap and is not snug at all, so when you touch the screen the iPad moves. the stand itself also has quite a bit of flex, so if you were surfing the web of playing Angry Birds on this stand it would flex up to 1/2" with each touch, which it REALLY annoying.

If you were only using it as a reading stand for ebooks and not touching the screen very much than I guess it would be ok.

We returned ours.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
This stand is a nice object with quality metal and rubber. It looks good, it is way to transport, I like the four positions but has 2 main flaws.
First, to open/close it or select the position you need to push at the same time the two buttons to release the spring and pretty often one button gets stuck and you have to force a bit which does not give a precision/quality feeling and can be annoying.
The main flaw to me is that it's not perfectly stable and when using the tablet it will move so you always get the feeling it will fall down if you are not extra cautious. This limits the usage of this stand to digital photo frame or video watching and makes Web browsing or games not a very pleasant experience.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
I had always liked the concept that Skadoosh folks had come up with their portable stand.
Thought their asking price was a bit on the high side, but who knows maybe one day I'll try one out but

FOLKS in the meantime, this Belkin is one hell of a good substitute. I was a little hesitant on this at first but when I tried it's really terrific.

Very sturdy & stable, certainly portable, extremely light weight, and has enough viewing angles to satisfy pretty much anyone.

One thing I as not sure of, and I had called Belkin to inquire about the thickness of the opening to hold the unit. Would it be able to handle a case?

Glad to report that there is quite a bit of comfortable breathing room there to handle a shell and smart cover.

The stand is fully padded in all areas if you don't have a case, but I think most intelligent folks do, so if you have a reasonably thin case, leather,
smart cover whatever, your probably going to be fine using the FlipBlade.

I tried the FlipBlade Adjust stand with The Marware MicroShell Folio,
The Speck shell, he Mophie Workbook for Ipad 2, and of course the Belkin Snap shield. Really any reasonably slim fitting case you'll be ok, if not just return, but none the less this is one fine stand for the ipad 2!

A big thumbs up to Belkin on this and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a low profile dependable stand.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
I bought this stand to support my new iPad 3 which I keep in a CaseCrown Bold Standby Case. Prior to getting this stand, I used a 1.75 liter bottle of Jack Daniels on its side as a leaning device. The stand cradle is just a tad too narrow to fully seat the case due to the case's width. However, it does seat it enough for it not to be a problem in both portrait and landscape modes. I'm quite happy with the case. I'll use my Jack Daniels for drinking only now.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
Well made product, with good adjustment and quality rubber cushioning on bottom of stand and area that holds the iPad, but it has a very loose fit with the new iPad (and, I'm assuming, the iPad 2). The lower part of the stand, where the bottom of iPad rests, is too wide front to back to provide a snug fit (this is without any casing or cover on the ipad), and the front part of this area sticks up just a 1/4" in front of the ipad.

With the ipad sitting in the stand, in portrait or landscape, I didn't feel it was secure enough for anything but the gentlest touching/swiping, and I would definitely be concerned about the iPad being tipped off the stand if it was accidentally bumped.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
Pros:

(1) adjustable
(2) compact size

Cons:
not durable.

I like it a lot. The material and quality of the product is satisfying.

However, it is broken today (Feb.19.2012). I bought it on Dec.2.2011. I did not use it very often. But the flipper button came out. :(

Thus, I changed five stars comment to two stars.

Hope it will be helpful to you.
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Style Name: FlipBlade Verified Purchase
Ordered the Belkin FlipBlade Adjust and the Arkon Portable Fold-Up Stand at the same time. Given the pictures, I was expecting the FlipBlade adjust to be the more stable of the two. The FlipBlade does a good job of holding my 3rd generation iPad either alone or with the Smart Cover folded around the back. Unfortunately, the FlipBlade isn't terribly stable. The central base plate on the one I received isn't flat. Just lying flat on my desk, pressing on a corner of the FlipBlade will cause it to rock back and forth. When the stand is folded into place and an iPad is added, it becomes even more unstable; every tap on the screen caused the stand to rock back and forth. I never felt like the iPad was going to fall off the stand, but the constant rocking meant that typing always seemed a bit precarious. With enough paper wedged under the appropriate corners, I'm sure you could make this stand more stable. If you want to display or charge your device and don't need to interact with it much, the FlipBlade Adjust is a decent solution. For my money, the surprisingly stable Arkon Portable Fold-Up Stand is a better value, however.
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