Monday, November 11, 2013

Get A Grip On Your Phone with SlingGrip Review

Unknown | 10:50 PM | | |

Tired of dropping your phone? It's happened to me many times where I am in the middle of talking on the phone or playing a game and than next thing you know the thing falls out of my hand. I hate it when that happens and I'm surprised the thing still works after all the abuse it has gone through, lol. It tends to happen a lot with the phone more than my tablet. Another thing that is painstaking as well is having to deal with the touch screen and than all of a sudden my fingers either become slippery after a while or they start to hurt because I start feeling the weight of the electronic. So, I found out about SlingGrip and figured this would be the perfect solution to those painstaking moments when it comes to using the phone or the tablet.

The SlingGrip can attach to the back of any phone, phone case, tablet or whatever else it may be and you'll never have to worry about dropping it again. It attaches to any handheld device making it much easier to hold your electronics in place. It relieves your hands from stress, keeps your phone or tablet save in the hands of children, it's extremely thin and easy to put in your pocket or purse, protects your phone from any damaging drops and it also makes it easier to surf the web, make a phone call or even send a text. It is also:

Made in the USA
-Made with natural rubber elastic.
-Recycled BPH Free plastic. 
-Super 3M adhesive (won't damage your gear)

As you can see above in the image, I have attached the SlingGrip onto my cell phone. Originally I was planning on using it for the Kindle Fire, but I know the kids would have taken it off and who knows where they would have put it. So, the phone was a better option, lol. The SlingGrip attaches onto the phone real easy. All you do is remove it from the packaging, place on the phone or tablet, hold for 30 seconds and it's on. Surprisingly the SlingGrip is quite sturdy as well. I thought that after a while it would start peeling off the phone, but it never did.

The one thing that I love about the SlingGrip is that I can easily hold my phone with no problem. All I have to do it just put 1 to 3 fingers in the elastic and it stays put. I went as far as to walking a few blocks while holding onto the SlingGrip to see what would happen and the thing stayed in place. They say that joggers can run with their phone in their hands with no problem and I believe it, lol. I'm not just saying that either! I love that it's so handy and it prevents my phone from having any accidents or getting damaged. Not only that, I can remove it without an issue and if I wanted to, I can add it to my Kindle and use it on there when I want to watch a movie or play a game. It's versatile, sleek and it comes in handy!

Want to get yourself a SlingGrip for your phone or tablet? Check out SlingGrip. You can also find them on:

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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