PopSockets: Expanding Stand and Grip for Smartphones and Tablets - Blue Nebula
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What Are PopSockets? PopSockets are expanding grips and stands that attach to most phones, tablets, and cases. Add a single PopSocket, or a pair of PopSockets, to the back of almost any mobile device to transform its capabilities. PopSockets "pop" whenever you need a grip, a stand, an earbud-management system, or just something to play with. Remove your PopSocket by pulling slowly on the base; you can reposition and reattach time and time again. You'll always have the exact grip or stand you need. PopSockets not only make terrific phone grips and phone stands, they also make holding tablets and e-readers more comfortable and secure. Whether you place PopSockets on your Nintendo 3DS for gaming, your GoPro for a supplemental grip in the water, or on your bedroom mirror to hang jewelry, the possibilities are endless. If you attach two PopSockets to your device you now have a convenient earbud-management system. Simply wrap the cord around the two PopSockets, and voila! No more tangly mess to deal with. Never Lose Grip on Your Phone or Tablet Again! Click "Add to Cart" now to get your PopSocket expanding grip and stand.
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150 of 161 people found the following review helpful.
More handy than you might think!
By Susan J
Cool knob that sticks very tightly to your phone or case. Comes in a variey of designs. One of the semi-hidden features is that the socket pulls out "twice": one tug pulls it out halfway, and a second tug expands it all the way. I find that for holding it, the double pull (full expansion) is the most comfortable, so I wondered why they built in the single pull. Then I discovered that this configuration allows you to pull the knob out all the way, and then fold one side back to easily prop up the phone! (see attached image). The adhesive seems very sturdy and I am not concerned that it will come off before I take it off.
177 of 202 people found the following review helpful.
It's been 2 days and I haven't dropped my phone on my face
I saw these on one of Jenna Marbles videos and decided to try it. The galaxy print matched perfect with the galaxy phone cover I got from Amazon.
I took off the backing and stuck it on my phone, I then proceeded to peel the popsocket off 5 times to find a position I liked. I was worried it wouldn't be sticky anymore but it's the 2nd day and it's still stuck on my case. I stayed in bed until noon today and didn't drop my phone on my face, not even once.
You don't have to grip your phone at all. It fits comfortable between my index and middle finger. I looked on you tube to make sure I was using it right and apparently a lot of folks put 2 on their phones, but one is working just fine for me.
If you are buying this to use as a stand, don't put it directly on the middle of your phone (or phone case), it doesn't work all that great. Maybe that's why people buy two. Or if you put the popsocket towards the top or the bottom of the phone it might work better as a stand. This is an ingenius idea. I love it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Great for giving you a more secure hold on your device.
By April W.
I was introduced to the Popsocket by my sister and thought what a cool little product! I purchased one myself now, and I find it's great for holding the phone when you're moving around, it makes me feel like I have a better grip on it, and it's great to use as a stand as well.
I was initially worried how I would feel about the added depth (I guess that's the best way to describe it) it would add to my phone, but it's hardly noticeable.
I have added some pictures to hopefully give you a better idea of it's size in comparison to the phone. This is being shown on a Galaxy S8.