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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 wanted to love this product, but it doesn't quite live up to its own hype.
It excels as a phone stand, but the points of contact are made of hard plastic. I would have preferred something softer to minimize the risk of damage to the surfaces.
The stylus simply does not work well AT ALL. On both an HTC DNA and iPad the tip requires too much pressure to make it worth using in lieu of a finger. If you do a lot of tapping, it will get by. I use a swipe keyboard and it is simply unusable for that. The stylus needs a major retooling if this project is going to be worth the price.
The keyring works well enough, though you're better off removing any keys before engaging any of its other uses.
This is an incredible concept whose execution falls flat.
When I saw I was getting this in my October box, not gonna lie, I was a little disappointed. Not something that I can really see myself using in everyday life. Plus, for being a keychain, it's a little big to attach to keys.3
This is a cool little device. It does not hold a Volkswagen style key though, so it should be addressed. Also, the phone holder capability works better if you attach it at the top of the phone rather than the side. So it forms a slight obtuse triangle with the table.4
It's nifty that this is a keychain, so I don't have to remember to tote it everywhere!5
This seemed like a really weird product. I don't like big bulky key chains. No uses a stylus for their phone. It just seems really dumb. Something my grandfather would buy.1
I will admit, the Quirky Upright certainly lives up to it's name. However, the functionality isn't the greatest. When I use it as a stylus, it is quite awkward to hold, and the tip isn't the most responsive (more often than not I had to double or triple tap in order for my smartphone or tablet screens to respond, and I don't have a screen protector on either). Also if you use it as a kickstand with the phone upright it covers up some of the screen, which is a little off-putting. It actually does a pretty good job when using the kickstand to support the phone when it is sideways, i.e. watching video. I received the Quirky Upright in my box this month, but if you're looking for a stylus/stand, I can't justify paying almost $30 for it.3
I took this in to the office for the first time today, and everyone noticed. It works great and has a cool look. I love using it as a stylus and as an iPhone stand. I've already added this to my key-chain.5
This is a cool item just to have around. I had it propping my phone up when my girl came home, naturally I no longer have it. I will probably order another just to have around because it is a cool little thing to use.5
I like a stylus over the texting gloves for control, but they can be difficult to keep track of. With winter coming it may come in handy. As for the stand, I usually prop my phone on my coffee mug if taking a break at work. If it worked on my tablet with its skin on, that would be nice.4
It seems to be well made, and certainly works as both a kickstand and stylus, however you can't use it as both at the same time, which would be nice. When I use a stylus I'd rather have the tablet or phone in front of me and poke it, not have to hold it.4