Product Review: Gadget Grab

20150921_101106I have a history of breaking my tech. I’ve dropped the iPad twice and gone through a few phones before my current Galaxy… which I dropped a few weeks ago.

It’s bad enough that the guys over at Sarge’s Cellular Repair know me by name. When I was asked to review the Gadget Grab for Tablet and phone I was, naturally, interested.

I think one of my favorite features of the Gadget Grab is its portability. It folds into a slim little object that will fit easily into a pocket, tablet case or purse. Where ever you go, you have an instant stand to work.

20150921_101405Perfect for watching movies and listening to music, I also like how it keeps the iPad off the counter and secure when I’m following a recipe. The suction cup base keeps phones and tablets secure without leaving sticky residue.

Another nice feature is having a designated place for my phone. Usually when I’m working on the computer (which is almost always) my phone is lost somewhere under piles of paper. When I get a call or text I have to hunt for it—and disrupt my piles of paper. Gadget Grab keeps my phone in one place, above the paper, where I can see it.

IMG_0363Pros: Portable size, ease of use, no sticky residue.

Cons: None I can think of.

Find out more about Gadget Grab by visiting them online at GetGadgetGrab.com or find them on Facebook.

Want your own Gadget Grab? Enter to win, and then come back and let me know what you think of it! Contest ends Sept. 30.

Note: This Gadget Grab product was sent to me free of charge in return for an honest review.
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About Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith's work has been published in several print and online publications, including the “Horror Writers Association's Poetry Showcase” vols. 2-4, “Christmas Lites” vols. 1-6 and the “Where the Stars Rise: Asian Science Fiction and Fantasy” anthology. She has nearly 20 books of speculative fiction and poetry for adults, YAs and children. Her first collection of poetry, “In Favor of Pain,” was nominated for an 2017 Elgin Award.
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