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Clip-Case Universal Smartphone Mount and Ergonomic Tablet Stand (Tripod Mount Kit) for iPhone iPad iPod Galaxy Droid Kindle Nook

4.3 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

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  • UNIVERSAL KIT INCLUDES: premium telescoping mini-tripod, smart-mount adapter, rotating belt clip, and semi-permanent adhesive pad.
  • NOT INCLUDED BUT RECOMMENDED: separate case that can be quickly removed from your device. Any cheap plastic or TPU case will work. Do not use rubber or silicone cases.
  • Ultra-portable, fits in your pocket or purse for quick on-the-go use. Works with any standard camera tripod, windshield dashboard car mount, bike mount, and monopod.
  • Capture perfect photographic pictures and record stabilized professional videos. Set up a portable video conference anywhere.
  • Enjoy movies, videos, books, games, and other media comfortably with a full range of ergonomic eye-level positions. Fully adjustable with 180 degree clip rotation for quick portrait and landscape views.
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Smart Mount
  • Item Package Quantity: 1

Product Description

The Universal Tablet Stand and Smartphone Mount that fits in your pocket! Smart-MountTM is an ultra-portable ergonomic mounting system designed to increase comfort for all mobile device users. The ultra-portable system allows for quick and secure mounting and releasing of a device with just the pinch of two fingers. It's universal design securely mounts the smallest smartphones up to the largest tablets - guaranteed! Mount your iPhone, iPad, iPod, Kindle, Galaxy, Nexus 7, Nook, and every other iOS, Windows, and Android mobile device - past, present, and future! The adhesive pad is a one-time application and not meant to be reapplied/restuck. The ideal use is to mount the ratcheting clip onto a plastic or TPU case that fits your specific device. It can be mounted directly to your device but that is not recommended. For adhesive removal: Use dental floss, fishing line, or similar strength string. Hold the string with two hands and floss/slice with a back and forth motion. This will cut through the adhesive then you can easily remove the remaining with your finger. The ratcheting clip can be reused however a new adhesive pad would need to be applied.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.2 x 2.1 x 2 inches
Item Weight 3.2 ounces
Shipping Weight 3.2 ounces
ASIN B00A1DJO12
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4.3 out of 5 stars 40 customer reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #2,155 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Tablet Accessories > Stands
Date first available at Amazon.com November 3, 2012

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By M. Erb #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 17, 2013
Length: 3:11 Mins
This is a very cool tripod and mounting system that enables you to use a tripod to hold a device that does not actually have a tripod mounting point. So this immediately brings to mind smartphones, tablets and other similar devices.

The inventor developed a plastic clip with integrated tripd mout. This is inserted into a belt clip. By using a double sided piece of strong hold tape, you are able to attach the belt clip to the backside of a smartphone, tablet or other device. Rather than attach the mouting tape directly to the device it's advised to first purhase and inexpensive case for the device and then attach the clip to the case rather than directly to the device.

If you have more than one smartphone or tablet that you'd like to use the system with, then nylon loop will become your best friend. By using a nylon loop adhesive like Velcro®, instead of the double-sided tape provided, you can have one side of the loop on unlimited devices and use the same clip for all of them.

The little tripod is of very good build quality and materials. The legs telescope from 2-3/4" to 6-3/4" giving you a very useable range of adjustment. The leg ends have substantial rubber end caps that protect surfaces from being scratched and prevent the legs from slipping.

You might think that the legs would collapse under load since there is no locking mechanism on the legs. I have not experienced that at all. You must keep in mind that this is intended for small point and shoot type cameras, smartphones and tablets. The weight of these type of devices is not great enough to overcome the inherent friction in the telescoping legs... they hold firm.
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Disclosure: I was contacted by Smart-Mount and given this kit specifically for the purpose of reviewing it.

Test devices:
HTC EVO LTE 4G
Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
Samsing Galaxy S II
Kindle Fire HD 7"
Google Nexus 7
ASUS Transformer (TF101)

When the inventor of the Clip-Case contacted me to check out his invention, I was interested in seeing what he had come up with. Shortly after, a kit with the tripod, dash mount, and the clip arrived. (Note: The clip itself is the invention, the tripod and dash mount are generic off the shelf items.) After some use and toying with all the parts, I'm going to be upfront and say that of all the ways I can think of to told a smartphone or tablet to a device to a tripod, this isn't the way I would go.

Broken down, the Clip-Case is a belt clip with an adhesive back and an accompanying receiver that it threaded to fit standard camera mounts. You stick the clip to your device and the snap it into the retainer. The first issue I have with the design is that you have to use adhesive tape (included, as well as a spare) to attach the clip to your device. This is why Smart-Mount highly recommends that you pick up a "cheap plastic or TPU case" that you can get your device in and out of easily, the assumption being that you don't want semi-permanently adhere the clip to your device. A good assumption, as I can't imagine most people would want to disfigure their device, nor carry it around with a clip protruding from it all the time. Also worth mentioning is that phone and tablet cases are generally made to *not* come off easily. What good is a protective/decorative case if it keeps coming off the device unwanted?

Ok, letting that go, I discovered some issues with the clip and receiver themselves.
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Disclosure: I was contacted by Smart-Mount and given this kit specifically for the purpose of reviewing it.

Test devices:
HTC EVO LTE 4G
Samsung Galaxy Nexus 4G
Samsing Galaxy S II
Kindle Fire HD 7"
Google Nexus 7
ASUS Transformer (TF101)

When the inventor of the Clip-Case contacted me to check out his invention, I was interested in seeing what he had come up with. Shortly after, a kit with the tripod, dash mount, and the clip arrived. (Note: The clip itself is the invention, the tripod and dash mount are generic off the shelf items.) After some use and toying with all the parts, I'm going to be upfront and say that of all the ways I can think of to told a smartphone or tablet to a device to a tripod, this isn't the way I would go.

Broken down, the Clip-Case is a belt clip with an adhesive back and an accompanying receiver that it threaded to fit standard camera mounts. You stick the clip to your device and the snap it into the retainer. The first issue I have with the design is that you have to use adhesive tape (included, as well as a spare) to attach the clip to your device. This is why Smart-Mount highly recommends that you pick up a "cheap plastic or TPU case" that you can get your device in and out of easily, the assumption being that you don't want semi-permanently adhere the clip to your device. A good assumption, as I can't imagine most people would want to disfigure their device, nor carry it around with a clip protruding from it all the time. Also worth mentioning is that phone and tablet cases are generally made to *not* come off easily. What good is a protective/decorative case if it keeps coming off the device unwanted?

Ok, letting that go, I discovered some issues with the clip and receiver themselves.
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