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Phabit Hands-Free Viewing Device lets you easily watch TV on your smartphone

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

No matter what you use your smartphone for, the Phabit Hands-Free Viewing Device can help you do it more easily. This smartphone stand is flexible, portable, and foldable, and it even fits in your pocket. This free-standing phone stand securely encloses your smartphone in a bidirectionally adjustable frame. You can adjust it to many different positions and choose to use two, three, or four legs in virtually any direction. Plus, each leg is length-adjustable so it can be set up anywhere you need, including uneven surfaces. Rather than tiring your arms out or straining your neck, use this stand to make binge-watching and texting a breeze. Plus, it can help with more than just watching shows. If you use your smartphone to read recipes while you cook, use this hands-free viewing device to keep your phone up at the perfect height. Or you can stand up the Phabit in front of you while you play your favorite video game. This hands-free smartphone device lets you perform any task without craning your neck or damaging your posture.

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Mark Myerson
Show Product Specs
Weight
4.15 oz
Collapsed Size
6.13" x 3.38" x 1.25"
Compatible With
Bluetooth Remote
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