DOES YOUR ARM & NECK HURT AFTER USING YOUR SMARTPHONE FOR TOO LONG?
You use your smartphone or tablet for watching your favorite movies, playing games, or catching up on your social media news feed. Usually, you prop your phone against the wall, but with just the tiniest bit of vibration your device slips out of place and disrupts your viewing. Holding your phone up with your hands for too long can also strain your arms and make your neck feel sore. The Gooseneck Phone and Tablet Holder by Purely lets you enjoy stable and comfortable phone viewing.
Whether you prefer to read or watch videos in bed, this reliable phone holder makes sure that your screen is at just the right height for comfortable viewing. Just attach it to the headboard or a nearby table and you’re set.
Alternatively, you can bring this gooseneck phone holder and your device into the kitchen and use it as a quick, easy way to consult recipes.
One of the biggest perks of using a gooseneck phone holder is the freedom it offers. You can position your device just about any way you want, thanks to the 33” arm length and 360 degree rotation. Once in position the arm will continue to hold without shaking or sagging.
Holding your phone up with hands for too long can make your arms feel sore. Just propping up your device against the wall, however, keeps your phone at an awkward angle that can strain your neck and shoulders. This tablet holder features a thick aluminum alloy arm, that can be adjusted to your desired shape or position.
Mounting this smartphone stand is as easy as can be. There’s no need to deal with complicated knobs or switches just to start using this cellphone holder. Just find a stable surface and screw on the base of the holder with just a few turns. Adjust the neck’s angle to your desired position. Secure your device onto the clamp and you are all set!
No need to buy multiple holders for different devices. Our holder is fully compatible with tablets and phones with 4” to 6.5" screens. The stand maintains a firm hold on all iPhone and Android devices