Breffo Spiderpodium Flexible Grip Universal Car Holder & Desk Stand Reviews
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I record a few videos for my clients as a Personal Trainer, and so this will double as a gorilla grip too, being able to attach onto anything you want = great buy!
A jointed little miracle that cradles my phone securely, slotted into the air vents of my car.
Climbing the depths of the deepest London potholes, it stays safe!
Bumping over zillions of dead policemen, it stays firmly held!
Even when Google maps took me down a farm track with giant puddles my phone was held securely!
This will now be given to all my friends...birthday and Christmas presents? Sorted!
Who invented this? Brilliant mind, brilliant product.
I just wander about the durability of the 'bending' sections. Only time will tell.
Not tried at as desk top holder yet but bought for the car and it ticks all the boxes for that use.
I could not believe it. The Spiderpodium came quickly, I shoved it into the air vent and bent it to fit my iphone and that was it.
The display is at the level which is ideal for me and the rubberised 'limbs' fit snuggly and securely. There is no way that my erratic driving can dislodge my valuable phone and that is saying something.
Tell the inventors that they have my gratitude
I usually just lay it on my bedside table, but was worried I might spill water onto it, during the night
I can bend ' spider' into so many different positions and ways , to hold my Moto, I'm more than happy with what it can do.
I've seen cheaper similar items in a high street store, but it was so fragile looking I decided to go with the best, and glad that I did.....
But after a year the legs have started to snap one by one, each leg is basically a rubber pipe cleaner and over time the metal inside suffers from fatigue and snaps.
Thinking of getting a second one so I don't need to remove it from the car every day :)
Haven't got enough space on my car's dashboard for something which sticks so I use the Spider wrapped around the ashtray. Keeps the phone at steering wheel height without hiding it.
At home, works like a charm to keep the phone in an up right position to get a better signal, plus I can use the hands free function with the phone close by.
Very stable - both at home and wrapped around the ashtray in the car.
Downside: a bit ugly but I like it!
After playing around with the 'legs' and trying out different configurations, my phone now has a comfy armchair on my desk which allows it to be charged and used (i.e. the screen, buttons and ports are completely clear). Perfect for my HTC Desire HD.
Have had many positive comments on it from other people in the office.
Would definietly recommend 'Boris' the Spider :)
Looks strange when you get it flat but bends into any shape holder
Is advertised as a desk stand and it is probably best suited to this as it is a squeeze to fit it in my hondas air vents and falls out of our alfa romeos air vents.
Why have I given it 4 stars then? 'Cause it is funky, works with various phone models and despite it being fiddle to get just right, once you have got it set up to your liking it does its job well.
I use multiple cars and this fits all of them, leaves no marks and also makes a great desk stand.
So much better than the windscreen suction mount type of holder, the rubber texture on this is really grippy.
A word of caution - tell your partner you are putting it in the car before they get in, it looks like a VERY big spider hanging there, and they might just think it's real, and scream a little :-)
The added benefit, is I will even be able to use it on my bike, or as a tripod to use the phone camera.
This is better than anything else I have seen to date.
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