iKross Universal Mini Folding Mobile Phone Stand holder - Black for LG, Nokia, Sanyo, HTC, Google, T-Mobile, Motorola, Samsung, Android, iPhone, Blackberry and Windows
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- Brand new Ikross Holder
- The Tripod pulls out from the keychain housing, stand up as your favorite
- MP3/iPod/iPhone,HTC, Blackberry etc all smartphones and other mini devices
- Can hold some tablets in landscape orientation
- Perfect for watching video, FaceTime, Hand-Free. Small& Mobile with Keychain, Compact& Exquisite
The Tripod pulls out from the keychain housing, stand up as your favorite
MP5/iPod/iPhone,HTC, Blackberry etc all smartphones and other mini devices
Can hold some tablets in landscape orientation.
Perfect for watching video, FaceTime, Hand-Free
Small& Mobile with Keychain, Compact& Exquisite
Phone not included.
Compatibility: Fits most Cellphone, Smartphone, PDA and MP3 Player
Top Customer Reviews
1) The reclining angle isn't that great, so it's almost like you're viewing your device straight up & down - this is especially noticeable in vertical mode.
2) There's no locking mechanism for the protecting cap to stay on. If you jiggle it just a little bit, it falls off.
It's a shame that there wasn't any testing or quality control for this item. It has a great design concept in how everything folds out, but too little
attention was paid to the rest of the design.
On another note, I don't know about the one my wife uses, but the one I got, the cover falls off, there is no clipping to keep the cover fastened, so if you hold it by the top, the cover will start sliding down slowly, and then just fall off, which is the reason I didn't give it the full 5 stars.
The front legs can be spread totally or adjusted inward to accomodate various widths. I have a rubber drop protector on my phone - the holders on the legs of the stand fit right into the well between the corner bumpers when the phone is in portrait position, making the unit highly stable. One flaw in the manufacture of the stand was that the cover fell off easily. I corrected that by carefully forcing the two long edges of the cover slightly apart (too much pressure and the plastic could crack). The expanded cover then clicked-in on the inside grooves of the cap and it now holds fast.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's great for phones with small cases, however, the Otter Box case I'm using on my Samsung Note II is too thick and causes the phone to slide off the stand. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Jonnathan Truong
rather heavy but sturdy. Comfortably holds a larger cell phone. However not the best portability wise based on the weight.Published on March 23, 2014 by MissouriFamily
It works, but it is a bit tricky placing an iPhone straight up since it is not that wide. Any larger phone should be fine.Published on August 27, 2013 by Tito
This thing is sooooo heavy, even heavier than the phone, not to mention the arms don't lock, and it falls over all the time, I never use itPublished on July 28, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This unit is reasonable priced, attractive to look at, virtually indestructible , easy to carry and very functional, It can be purchased through
Amazon Anne will probably last... Read more
This mobile phone stand is exactly what I was looking for. It folds up neatly and has a lanyard for easy portability. Very lightweight but durable and sturdy.Published on April 22, 2013 by Kay
This stand holds my cell phone and my ipad. It is a strong metal stand! Works great and is compact.Published on April 10, 2013 by Linda Burton