The world’s best stand for all iPads, tablet computers, kindles and more
New – a better way to hold and see your phone
Supporting your mobile technology since 2014
Plinth - the world's best iPad and tablet stand.
£14.95 (free UK delivery, International available)
Now joined by Ezl - a tiny grip and stand for your phone
From £10.95 (free UK delivery, International available)
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The world's best stand for all iPads, tablets, kindles and more.
Plinth will safely hold all models of iPad, tablet, kindle etc, and even recipe books, notebooks etc. A truly versatile device, designed to be easy to keep with you everywhere.
It flips open at the press of a switch to provide a stable stand with wide-spaced rubber feet, and 5 adjustable angles to ensure the perfect position for comfortable working, wherever you are.
And at only 10mm thick and weighing under 50g, Plinth slips easily into pocket or bag.
Wafer thin, unobtrusive. Incredibly useful.
Like Plinth, Ezl is meticulously designed to be no more than it needs to be to work beautifully.
With a slide of the finger, it provides a comfortable and secure grip – no more dropped phones and cracked screens.
It also provides a sturdy stand, with non-slip rubber feet, so you can enjoy movies, zoom/facetime calls, and hands-free conversations – portrait or landscape.
Yet Ezl is only 2mm thin, and weighs a negligible 6g, so you’ll hardly notice it on your phone.
Ezl fits any phone and case with a flat surface 86x50mm (it won’t stick to silicone),
"WHY DO I NEED A STAND?"
The cases we use on our tablets and phones are primarily designed for protection and style – their functionality as a supporting stand is often secondary.
Correct ergonomic position is incredibly important when working at our mobile devices to avoid long-term back and neck problems.
Plinth was designed primarily as a stable stand with enough choice of positions to as to enable comfortable working at any desk or table height – at home, in the office or on the train.
In the same spirit, Ezl was designed to make viewing and using our phones easier. How many times a day do we pick up our phone, check it, and immediately put it down again?