An option to buy more then one stick on ring would be nice for those with cases.
And get the price down 10$ on everything then advertise the crap out of it, and your rich. Honestly, it is one of those things that if it works as advertised, it has so many uses.
The stands are also very stylish!
Genius. Nice name idea too. But personally I am not paying more then 19.99 for the e holder itself, then pay for a stand too. Maybe some deals on bundles ? I think you could price yourself out of reach. With 80 bucks for a stand and hand e holder there are and will be a lot of competitors with cheaper products.
Of course if you want to send me a review sample.....
Thank you to everyone for all their comments! We really appreciate it.
Thank you for you review!
Originally Posted by newfmp3
We are going to start selling the rings separately. You are reading our minds :) We have actually had a lot of request for that. Also, your price point is duly noted.
Sorry to say, this is not functional.
@Cleanton- Why is it not functional? It looks like a great product to me!
Cleanton - please expand if you have a chance we would love to hear your issues to make this a product that is functional for all.
First off, im not to fond of sticking any adhesive on my ipad.
Second, Is it like a suction cup? If so I wouldnt trust it to hold my iPad.
Have you done any stress testing so see how the thing will hold up?
How much pressure is needed to lock the handeholder onto the back of the ipad? any pressure put on it would be to the front screen of the ipad and the surface that its on.
I have a fear of it holding the iPad as well, but I do not understand how the locking mechanism works, so I can't doubt it or deny it works.
So, I think we need some "hands on" experience with the product :).
Get it? Hands on....lol
Originally Posted by MikesTooLz
Product we use to attach the Handeholder was developed by 3M and is called DualLock it was designed for the transportation industry. The product
features hundreds of polyolefin stems that snap together, forming a high
tensile closure that is many times stronger then hook and loop closures.
The adhesive ring placed on the iPad is very low profile and if desired can be removed but removal will damage the ring and you will have to replace the ring. If removed there should not be any residual adhesive on the back of your iPad if there is a simple alcohol wipe should be able to remove it.
We have stress tested it and it is strong enough to allow us to use our
iPads in a ping pong game without disconnecting. This of course is not the
proper use of the iPad and should not be considered to be an endorsement
that people should use their iPads as ping pong paddles. It was just a test
we used to show the strength and holding capacity of the product.
When locking the Handeholder onto the back the iPad/tablet device should be placed on a flat smooth surface and a direct push with medium pressure will click the DualLock surfaces together providing a very strong hold.
We have attached and removed the Hand-e-holder thousands of times, without any issues or harm to the ipad. Apple has done a great job as usual with their product design and durability.
Hope this helps you out a little,
Your gonna be rich!
Now buy me a new car!
Oh, I wouldn't mind a new computer either..