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Keep Rolling Your Eyes Maybe You'll Find A Brain Back There Funny Cynical Unique Sarcastic Gift Comfortably Hold Your Phone With One Hand, Snap Pictures With Ease, And Stop Dropping Your Phone. Watch Your Favorite Videos Hands Free! With 360 Rotation Ring As Kickstand.
Why Buy Our Awesome Made To Order 360º Cell Phone Ring Holder?
Have you ever dropped your phone while you were using it? Have you ever dropped your phone because it slipped away from your fingers? No worries! You just simply attach this adhesive ring holder onto the back of your phone case, and you'll never have to worry about dropping your phone ever again. The ring rotates 360 degrees and can also act as a phone stand! How neat is that? This phone rings help you to snap better pictures, watch videos easily, and write text messages with one hand. This useful & unique gift for your family, friends, or colleagues is also a perfect stocking stuffer without breaking the bank. (NOT SOLD IN STORES)
Product Size: 1.7" x 1.3" x 0.3"
✔ Swivel hinge allows the use of grip, hook, and kickstand
✔ Functions as a horizontal and vertical kickstand
✔ Rotates a full 360-degrees
✔ Holds up to 15 lbs works great on phones & tablets
✔ The strong adhesive back gives extra protection to your device
✔ Includes car dash mount for hands-free driving
✔ Universal Compatibility for most smartphone, phone case & tablet such as iPhone, Google Nexus, Samsung Galaxy, Tablets,iPads, Kindles, and so on.
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