Tech Tools Desktop Madness Series Hand Cell Phone Holder (HS-8038)

May 23, 2015 - Comment

Tech Tools HS-8038 Desktop Madness Series – Hand Cell Phone Holder. Lighten up your desktop with our new Hand Cell Phone Holder. Holds all electronic devices including iPod’s, MP3’s, Electronic Games & more. These hands are an ideal paper weight, weighing in at 2.3 lbs. The hands are made of durable material: Plastic/Cement mix (ATBC-PVC).

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Tech Tools HS-8038 Desktop Madness Series – Hand Cell Phone Holder. Lighten up your desktop with our new Hand Cell Phone Holder. Holds all electronic devices including iPod’s, MP3’s, Electronic Games & more. These hands are an ideal paper weight, weighing in at 2.3 lbs. The hands are made of durable material: Plastic/Cement mix (ATBC-PVC).

Product Features

  • Holds all electronic devices including iPods, MP3’s, Electronic Games & more
  • Ideal paper weight
  • Weight: 2.3 lbs
  • Durable material: Plastic/Cement Mix
  • Makes a great office gift

Comments

Liz Johnson says:

Cool Product, poorly glued I received the product sooner than I expect, so I have no complaint with the seller. I do, on the other hand, have a problem with the product. The product apparently has a sand-like glue mixture that is inserted from the bottom in order to had weight (I assume). They glued a small rubber material to the bottom in order to seal the hole. Well, the glue does not hold and the rubber material keeps trying to come off, which causes the sand-glue mixture to come out. If you purchase this product you will have to sit it on something solid and leave it alone. You can not move it around too much or the mixture inside with go everywhere.

Greg S says:

Stylish but not so functional Despite another reviewer’s claims, this does not work with phones which have power connection on the bottom of the phone. I assumed from that review that there was accommodation for the cord in between the hands to the bottom of the phone, but there just isn’t. Thus, the cord will not allow the phone to rest in the hands in “portait” mode. Though it would work great in “landscape,” that’s not what I want.Another problem is the size…I have a big phone (galaxy nexus) and my phone is a little too big for this holder. If placed in the hands in portrait mode, touching the screen near the top causes the phone to move as the center of gravity of the phone is higher than most phones.Bottom line: this might be great for average-sized phones with power connections on the side, but not so much for big phones with power connections on the bottom.

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