iPhone 4 Tripod: The Gymbl by YOUBIQ includes Case, Grip, Tripod and Tripod Adapter/Mount for iPhone 4
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- Professional Quality tripod/adapter for AT&T and Verizon iPhone 4
- Durable, Adjustable, Versatile, and Comfortable grip
- On the go tripod and tripod adapter for taking images, panoramas and videos with great fidelity
- Use the Gymbl hands-free for FaceTime®…anywhere, everywhere.
- Lifetime warranty
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“I am really in love with the Gymbl. It is the highest end iPhone tripod I have ever seen. And the case that comes with it is one of the best cases I’ve ever had.” –Alex Lindsay, Pixel Corps TWiP #207 Pick of the Week; Leo Laporte's pick of the week on July 9th, 2011 was YOUBIQ’s Gymbl. “The price is very reasonable. A hard case for the iPhone4 alone costs $40 to $50. You get the entire Gymbl kit, which includes a nice hard case for $69.” With the Gymbl Grip & Tripod, you can: * Pivot and pan the camera in landscape or portrait mode * Collapse the tripod into a comfortable grip * Use it hands-free for FaceTime®, with a headset, a speaker, or interacting with Apps UPC # 793573881168
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The problem though is the case. It has a nice snug fit, and the contours are very pleasant. But it is a very basic plastic which offers little in the way of shock protection. Worse yet, being plastic it ended up snapping on me after a few months when I went to remove the phone from the case. Now if you never remove your phone from your case this should not pose a problem. I am a little OCD about keeping my phone clean though and like to pull it out about once a month to give it a good wipe-down and remove any little particles that have crept in under the case. After the first two times doing this I felt that the case could potentially be a weak point, and on the fourth time out it finally succumbed.
Now I have a broken case with a really nice tripod that I can no longer use :(