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DeVersal is a mobile device holder. It is great for any outdoor activities. You can take perfect portrait photos. Say goodbye to neck strain when you take photos or use your mobile phone. This unit is compact and portable so you never have to go without the perfect angle or steady shot. What’s more, the DeVersal mounting unit is adjustable, a great phone or tablet holder that has 360 degrees of rotation for customized photos / videos.
The cost of Deversal is $29.99 plus $6.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows a free gift which you will receive by paying the extra shipping fee of $4.95 for a total price of $41.89. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: deversal.com
The company purports that this unit attaches to any surface. This is done with a micro suction cup system.
Included in the kit is the hip attachment and the steady cam shoulder straps so you can wear it around your body.
It can hold on to ten pounds or less, meaning most standard tablets and phones. What’s more, it has a universal phone clamp so it will hold on to any smart phone. The micro suction grip attachment will hold on to any tablet.
The unit is perfect for making video calls effortlessly, no longer being confined to a desk or facing the issue of a wobbling business chat. You can use it to take videos hands-free. This is great for people who enjoy the idea of a Go-Pro while competing or playing, but don’t have one.
You can use it as a car or boat mount too, allowing for all manner of things like reading directions at a glance, allowing a passenger to watch something, reading texts, or anything in between. Hands-free driving is now easy, as you avoid neck pain and compromised safety associated with looking down at a mobile in the cup holder.
When taking videos, you can get clear, non-shaking feed. The unique mounting system will minimize any motion in your camera so the viewer can enjoy a perfect shot. What’s more, you can enjoy safer viewing, without obstructions or neck strain, when you use the 360 degree pivoting head. Such a flexible head lets you view or film from whatever length and angle you please.
When you are done using it, you can just remove it and store it. Keep one at home and in the car so you are never without.
You can enhance social media posts by taking hands-free videos, better group photos and selfies.
DeVersal is purportedly six units in one. It works as a tripod for photo taking, and it works as a selfie stick for on the go photos. When you are working, reading, or watching, you can use it as a tablet stand to hold your content upright. While you are driving it becomes a car mount. This allows you to convert your phone into a dash camera or an action camera.
With regard to the tripod, it is not really a better option compared to most tripods. Anyone who takes photos regularly should invest in a standard tripod for their camera, not their phone. If you are not a photographer but you like to document every aspect of your life via social media, then this will work fine.
For the tablet stand, this unit works, to be sure, in holding up the tablet. However, you need a surface on which to affix it which is not always readily available. Sitting in a library room chair does not afford such an option, for example. What’s more, standard tablet stands have folding levels so that you can open the unit, sit the tablet upright to the degree best suited for your needs, and then close it when done.
Closing it means protecting the tablet from damage or scratches with a nice jacket. DeVersal does not offer this protective level of storage for a tablet. However, at home you can use it to watch movies or read a book hands free while enjoying some tea.
Apply the unit to any smooth surface including desks, counters, walls, or windshields.
Twist the suction grip knob to lock it securely into place.
Once it is locked, it will not fall when doors are slammed, roads are bumpy, or there is a lot of motion.
Affix your device into the unit and start filming or viewing.
DeVersal does offer many viewing / recording opportunities in a non-invasive way that other units cannot. For example, it can be affixed to a sports bag and set in such a way as to record your swing in baseball, golf, or anything else. Athletes can review the film without shaking motions and monitor their progress.
Working out at home or the gym can be difficult if you cannot see what you are doing. Knowing whether you have the right form is hard. Recording it with this device, affixed to a nearby hard surface, can give customers a quick viewing of whether they have the correct form.
People who film things like recipes to share with family or post online can use the device to mount a camera directly over the pot or pan in which the dishes are prepared. This is particularly good for people who have cooking shows or who like to prepare time lapsed videos of food preparation, a popular activity online. The same is true of artists. Artists who want to record their progress but need to keep their hands free during the process can mount this to a wall nearby without investing in a tripod and camera.
In the car you can read your GPS directions from a safe and non-invasive position. As far as the car mount and car related concepts are concerned, this unit is definitely less expensive than traditional dash cameras. When used, the rotating head and ability to stick to nearly any smooth surface does make it a good investment for families with children. Families often need a way to check on the goings-on in the backseat with the children, without compromising the safety of driving, such as taking eyes off the road. Applying this unit to a windshield, dashboard, or anything else means that parents can switch on the camera function in their phones or tablets and easily watch children.
Sounds emitting from the backseat, or scarier, the lack of noise at all, can be monitored by just turning on a phone. Rotations means that all children can be checked up on no matter where they are sitting.
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Tried to go the website to send a return but all I got was a 404 error. www.Deversal.com
Does anyone know the return address?
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