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CTA Digital Pedestal Stand for iPad 2/3/4 with Roll Holder
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- Fits IPad With Retina Display/iPad 3rd Gen/iPad 2
- Bendable 10" Metal Gooseneck Tube For Multidirectional Adjustment
- Easily Adjusts IPad To Any Orientation, Angle Or Position
- Elegant Chrome Pedestal Adds Style To Decor
- Stable Heavyweight Base With Convenient Toilet Paper Roll Holder
- Easily adjust iPad to any orientation, angle or position
- Bendable 10" metal gooseneck tube for multi-directional adjustment
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After my telecommute to work, I pull on the back drop and the Velcro releases New York City and puts me in a beautiful park. A quick half costume change (for which I stand to keep my legs from falling asleep), then I am running through lines with a few of my community theater friends. To P or not to P is not longer a question. I did not spend all that money on the Shatner School of Acting to be deprived of my chance to tread the boards. Rather than strapping myself into an adult diaper for rehearsal, I just phone it in big Willie style and save the Depends for opening night.
The digital pedestal stand and I have our routine perfectly synchronized. The back drops are not included with the purchase but I do know an old drama teacher that can hook you up. I am dealing with my IBS and raising my hand in an online classroom simultaneously because I have the answer! Back to Skype and a Parisian back drop, I am flirting with mi amore over a red and white checked table cloth (granted it is on a TV tray) and talking about the day we will meet IRL (in real life).Read more ›
The day was Tuesday, October 22nd 2013. It was just an ordinary day in my life. Or so I thought. You see, I work at a factory which produces Hutzler 571 Banana Slicers. As you can imagine, business is good and we are incredibly busy with the holiday season approaching. I often work 60, some times even 80 hours a week and come home exhausted. As with any other Tuesday, I arrived home from my 16 hour shift and was promptly greeted by my lovely pet weasel named Muffins. After playing with Muffins for a few minutes, I felt that familiar, yet unwelcomed sensation in my stomach. I knew that nature was calling, and I had to answer.
For those who don't know, being in a factory makes receiving cell phone service difficult. The thick concrete walls and large metal machinery block the signal. Pair that with a long shift, and my phone battery light was blinking like the consoles on the USS Enterprise. Therefore, before I made my way to the facilities to answer nature's call, I decided to plug my phone into the charger. This choice nearly cost me my life.
I sat down on the throne, and began the daily tradition of expelling evil from within. Everyone knows this can be a long and boring process, so I always keep my iPad firmly attached to the CTA Digital Pedestal Stand for iPad 2/3/4 with Roll Holder, resting not too far from my Charmin Ultra Strong Mega Roll. Strong, yet soft and absorbent. I started off playing a tough, but rewarding game of Mahjong. Then it struck.
I won't lie, I'm not the handyman type. I had never noticed how loose my toilet seat had become. I will never make that mistake again.Read more ›
Often I would poop, and in the heat of the moment, blindly grab my iPad and start wiping.
What a mess!
And AppleCare apparently doesn't count poop as an 'Act of God'.
I disagree, and have written the Vatican for clarification.
But now, FINALLY, I have the means to distinctly separate and identify the TP and the iPad.
(Which is great- I'm tired of cleaning the charger port with a toothpick.)
I knew I only had moments before the urge would come, and so in a frantic, clenched haste, I opened my digital pedestal and grabbed my Ipad from the counter. Then, in a dash that would put a track and field Olympian to shame, I made my way to the porcelain throne.
I must say, having my Ipad neatly placed in front of me sure kept my mind off the warzone that my bathroom had become. I was even able to read my e-mail from the United Nations citing the Geneva Convention rules of chemical warfare and that my residence had officially been sanctioned. It didn't bother me, though, since I was kept entertained by Candy Crush and Angry Birds. Even as these Haribo Gummy Bears wrought an apocalyptic doomsday throughout my gastrointestinal system, I was unfazed and my mind kept at peace with my Sounds of Nature app.
I have now found this digital pedestal stand to be a lifesaver. In my darkest moment, it has proven to be a shining light...a beacon of clarity and hope. without it, I'd be subjected to the horrors of my bowels, a slave to the demonic witchcraft of Haribo.
However...it has now been 6 hours and I'm still unable to move from my porcelain prison. The battery on my Ipod is dying and I'm without my charger. Soon, its light will fade and all the angels in heaven would not be able to save me from the hellish onslaught of poo that I will be forced to face. Please, to whomever reads this, send help!...or at least a charger...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Every executive and politician should use this when addressing the crowds - it holds an iPad to display your vacuous platitudes and the toilet roll holder emphasizes what a load of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by uktravailer
My husband loves this thing! Bought it kind of as a joke because he never puts down his ipad, but he loves it!Published 11 months ago by Melissa A. Fletcher
Got this as a Father's Day gift for my brother. He says it works great for him
Mine broke. The screw base where the twisty neck meets the top of the roller holder got stripped. It's very short. Poorly made.Published 11 months ago by Sarah Marino