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This sleek zinc keychain could probably get by on looks alone, but don't be surprised if you find yourself touting its more practical charms. Besides doubling as a handy stylus for any touchscreen, the special clamping mechanism also connects sturdily and safely to the side of your smartphone to serve as a stand—so you can keep your hands free and your business in sight.
I wouldn't buy this. I no longer use it, even though it was free. For my iPad Air, it doesn't work as a stylus, and I would not use it as a "prop-up" mechanism at all.1
At first I was excited to receive this product, but now I barely use it. I wish it had more functionality :(3
This product only seems useful for someone with a larger tablet that is OCD about finger prints. On the other side it is a cool feature that you can prop your phone up and use it while doing something else. The style is also an eye catcher.3
I travel a bit for work so I thought I would love having this. I didn't use it as much as I expected and as a result I pulled it off my keychain and put it in my flight bag. I still use it occasionally, but once the novelty wore off, I didn't get much out of it.4
Although a good design, the construction is shoddy at best. It broke the first time I took it out of the package and was looking at it. I wouldn't trust it to support anything valuable.1
I think this thing is way to big and never take it anywhere and would use it to distract my kid not actually use it.3
It sits in my drawer and sees very little use. I don't want to put it on my keychain because anytime I want to use it, I have to take my keys out. I don't really know the point of this product.1
In concept, this seemed like a great idea - a way to prop up my phone while sitting at my desk to keep tabs on personal messages and alerts. However, it would never properly balance, would loosen and require constant tightening for the phone to stay in the holder, and broke relatively quickly after using it for a couple of days. Great idea, poorly executed.2
They got parts of this gadget right, but there are a few issues. The keyring is not actually attached and that initially got in the way, then shortly thereafter was lost. Essentially this thing is a clamp, and it damaged my screen protector, and left marks on the back of my tablet. It did, however, work as a portable, serviceable stand.3
when do I ever need to stand my phone up? I have an iPad and was genuinely interested in using this. Then I realized it doesn't work on my iPad. Nothing, not even a small response. So I screwed it onto my keychain, because well what else am I supposed to do with it now, and screwed the piece right through the top so the plastic part fell off. cool.1