Pad Pal is the hands-free way of enjoying the most out of your pad or reader. No longer do you have to hold onto it or keep the device on your lap. Now you can use Pad Pal and it will hold up to any surface. Its secret is the SureGrip NanoSuction technology that allows it to suck onto a surface with ease. You can now hold a FaceTime conversation while doing other activities, or have the upper hand in a game. It folds up, allowing for easy storage when you're done using it. It's good for the person who has their hands full.
The infomercial claims that pads and readers are used often in our daily lives, but when we need them the most, they're never in a good spot. We have to deal with putting them on our laps or laying them on the ground. Pad Pal is the solution, its claim that you can have a hands fee experience no matter where you are. Its secret is said to be the SureGrip NanoSuction tecnhology that goes on surfaces and keeps it held tight. After use, it claims to fold up, easily storing in your pocket with a small and discreet manner.
Total Cost Breakdown
The cost of Pad Pal is $14.95 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Pad Pal by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.95 for a total price of $28.85.
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How It Works
Pad Pivot is a stand for iPads, tablets, and e-readers that makes them much more convenient to use. Once you strap a digital device into this holder, you won’t have to hold your device up on your lap any longer. Therefore, your hands will be free to perform other work or assist you with eating and drinking. You won’t need to worry about your device falling to the floor, as Pad Pivots NanoSuction technology enables its base to stick firmly on a fairly flat surface. It’ll even stick to your skin or pants. When you’re not using it, the product folds into itself to become small.
- In Bed
When youre in bed doing work at home or watching a movie on your tablet, youll no longer have to hold a device in your lap, thanks to Pad Pivot. Therefore, your hands will be free to enjoy popcorn or other snacks.
If youre traveling in a car, plane or train as a passenger, you may want to take out a digital device to pass the time. Since you can simply attach it to your lap using Pad Pivot, you wont have to worry about holding it up in these situations, either.
Those users who are into video games can get ahead of their opponents by using their digital device hands-free. Having to hold it up with one hand just gets in the way of performance.
If you need to take out your tablet or another digital device in the library or classroom, you can set it up on your Pad Pivot for ease of use.
Your Pad Pivot will come in handy when you need to take your tablet to meetings outside of your regular office or cubicle. Use it when youre taking notes or even to assist you with presenting some designs or figures to the group.
If you need to get some work done or do some online banking while you cook dinner, prop your digital device up on your Pad Pivot near your cooking area. You can even type while stirring a pot!
If you want to enjoy a tea or coffee while you read on a digital device, let the Pad Pivot hold the device for you, keeping your hands free.
- Easy Cord Storage
- Elegant Design
The Pad Pivot tilts, rotates, and pivots in various directions so you can read or view something at the optimum angle.
Since the Pad Pivot folds up small, you can carry it around in a purse, briefcase, or even a pocket, and take it out when you need it.
Once your Pad Pivot is folded up, to easily transport your power cord and ear buds, simply wrap them around the folded device.
The Pad Pivot comes in an elegant gray and black design, making it look appropriate in any classroom, boardroom, or home,.
- Dont Use And Drive
It may be tempting to use a digital device when driving, as the Pad Pivot will secure it right to your leg. While using one is fine if youre a passenger or are stopped in a parking lot, you must remember that its still unsafe to use one as you drive. Even though youd be able to keep your hands on the wheel, you would still need to take your eyes off the road.