- Size (LWH): 6 inches, 1 inches, 5 inches
- Weight: 4 ounces
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Clingo Universal Mobile Tether for iPhone 4, 3G/3GS, and All Cell Phones and Mobile Devices
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- Convenient, Portable & Hands-Free Mounting
- Dual Pads Hold Phone, Notebook, Etc.
- Flip-Open Design
- Compact Size
- Universal - works with any phone
- Holds phone when tethering internet
- Hands-free viewing of calls, text, messages
- Adhesive-free pad leaves no residue
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Top Customer Reviews
This "universal" pad is somewhat cleverly designed, but it has one notable failing with a lot of symptoms, namely that each side only has half of the stickum, and they are on opposite sides.
First off, it's this way so that it can be closed on itself to keep dirt and dust off of the pad when it's not in use, which is a good idea.
Obviously, this means that there is half the adhesion (per side) of a full sized pad.
(Let me define a few terms so I can accurately describe what I'm talking about. First, I'm only ever describing the pad in the open configuration, where both sides have adhesive, and I am never talking about either of the faces that have no adhesive on them at all. "Device face"=The face of the pad facing outwards, towards the user, to which the user is likely to place his phone. "Dash face"=The face of the pad facing away from the user: the one that is stuck to the dashboard or whatever other stationary item the phone is to be mounted on. "Stickum side"=The half of either face that has the green adhesive pad on it, as opposed to the half that is just bare grey plastic.)
It also means that the weight of the device actually twists the pad at its hinge slightly, even in "portrait" mode, with the hinge at the top. A twisting motion seems to be one of the better ways to release the adhesive, and it's constantly putting that pressure on the dash face of the pad when there's something with any weight attached to the device face.
Also, pressing on the stickum side of the device face pushes the non-stickum side of the dash face towards the dash.Read more ›
The great thing about the Clingo is that it stays cleaner longer than other similar devices. The reason is that it folds onto it self so there is less chance of getting grime on it.
The front and back sides are sticky on opposite ends so it stays closed as well. If you commute on a train (which I do) you can attach the Clingo to the side of a laptop and you can see the wireless hotspot easily. How many times have you had the hotspot it in your bag and lose connection and not know why. At least now I can look on the display and see if I'm on 3G, 4G or NO G :-)
The second reason I bought it is when I am traveling at a customer site, I tend to use my hotspot so I do not disturb their network. So connecting my own hotspot to my laptop directly means its one less thing to loose.
If it loses its stickiness, wash it with water and a little soap. Becomes good as new.
Its really sticky and won't damage your devices.
It sticks to most Cell Phone cases as well, but the smoother, the better.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Your device will stick at first. Not much later. In addition, it leaves a residue on the device. Concept is really good; execution, not so much.Published on June 20, 2013 by Bowlist
This was an awesome cool product that I used for a while and then gave it away as a gift. because no matter how much you use it all you have to do is wash it off and it is like... Read morePublished on March 15, 2013 by Mark