|Universal Tablet Hand Strap Holder, Joylink 360 Degrees Swivel Leather Handle Grip with Elastic Belt, Secure & Portable for All 10.1" Tablets (Samsung Asus Acer Google Lenovo Kindle iPad), Black…
|Universal Tablet Hand Strap Holder, Fintie 360 Degrees Swivel PU Leather Handle Grip with Elastic Belt, Secure Portable for iPad/ iPad Pro and All 9-10 Inch Tablets, Black
|All-New Fire HD 8 Tablet with Alexa, 8" HD Display, 16 GB, Marine Blue - with Special Offers
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The Fintie classic leather hand strap holder offers secure protection for your tablet while adding a range of versatile options. Made of durable PU leather provides extra security, comfort and better handling, giving it a stable feeling. Simply attach one end of the strap to the corner of your tablet and then stretch the strap across the tablet to the opposite corner, the elastic is very thick and strong to hold your tablet steady while reading, playing games with ease. It offers an ideal way to protect your tablet wherever you go.
Suitable for all 7-8 inch tablets such as iPad mini 2 / 3 / 4, Samsung Tab A 8.0 / Tab E 7.0 / 8.0, Verizon Ellipsis, LG G Pad, etc. Easy to operate with one hand as well as texting, perfectly use when hands are full.
*Not Compatible with Fire Tablets.
Premium PU leather with elastic belt.
1x Fintie Hand Strap Holder
Most helpful customer reviews
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
Worked well, until it fell apart
By David Berryhill
NOTE - I see that there is a disclaimer now that this strap is "Not Compatible with Fire Tablets" - I don't think this was present at the time of my order, but even if it was, the strap worked well on my Fire 7 (with a protective case), and the failure I am describing has nothing to do with the tablet it was used with.
I purchased this handstrap in May to use with a Kindle Fire 7. The strap seemed a bit on the flimsy side (especially where the loop for your hand is connected to the strap, which is held by a rivet), but it actually worked well.
In October the loop came off of the strap - the rivet just popped out of it's retaining hole while I was using the tablet. It was never subjected to any kind of rough usage. There's really no way to re-attach it. So, we have a failure after 5 months of use.
I was lucky in that the failure happened while I was using the tablet in bed, so there was no damage. But had I been standing and the Kindle had dropped to the floor, there could well have been a more dire outcome. I will not be replacing this strap.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Spin the Kindle
By Lucky in KC
I'm not sure what it was about this but, as great as it looked, it just didn't suit my needs and sent my Kindle spinning all the time. Kind of like a game of "Spin the Kindle." It's possible the strap itself wasn't long enough for my Kindle as getting it to fit was a struggle. Then, I think my hand was too small for the attachment made to insert your hand into. Just wasn't made for me and/or my Kindle, but I can see where others would really like it.
Still wish I could find another Kindle cover with a pocket inside the front cover which allowed room for my hand and notes to be slid in.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
This has been the best thing that I could have ever gotten to help me hold on to the tablet with my arthritis. Looks great and priced right