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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 9 July 2020
This seems to be a well built stand. It works well if you use a phone or a smaller tablet. There seem to be quite a few that look very similar and this one seems to be at the higher end of the price range.

It works fine if on a level surface, if you just want it to hold your tablet to watch a video etc. You can use/type etc on a 10” tablet in landscape mode on the stand. If you put the same tablet in portrait mode and touch near the top of the tablet the stand may start to tip backwards.

If you use a bigger tablet again landscape may be ok but portrait mode is much more likely to tip over if typing/touching the tablet near the top.

Part of the problem is there is no part of the stand at the back to stop it tipping. The other issue is that the stand base is so light it does not provide any counter weight for a 10”+ tablet in portrait mode.

I would have thought it would work much better if the base had a bit of weight to it or if there was some part of the stand that stopped it tipping backwards.

In summary, great if you want it to hold the tablet without you touching it much to watch a film etc, on a level surface. If you want to use/ type on a tablet, especially in portrait mode I would avoid. If just using for hands off video watching there are other items that look very similar at a cheaper price. They likely suffer the same hands on issue though.
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