The Nite Ize Steelie Kits are an innovate way to create a mini stand for a tablet, e-reader, or other device.
Make a stand and get a handle on your tablet, e-reader, or other electronic device with the Steelie HobKnob Kit.
With its ingenious magnetic design, the Steelie HobKnob Kit is a fun, innovative way to create both a handle and mini stand for your tablet, e-reader, or other device. Simply peel and attach the Steelie Tablet Socket to the center of the back of your tablet or its rigid case. The Steelie Tablet Socket Component is a strong, machined aluminum base containing a powerful, circular magnet ringed and centered with flexible silicon and backed with 3M®'s VHB™ foam adhesive tape. The Steelie HobKob Handle Component - a specially engineered aluminum knob topped with a grippy rubber ball that fits securely around the socket, attaches to it magnetically, and makes a perfect handle so you can easily share your tablet, show videos, and give presentations without obscuring the screen or fumbling in the process. And, when it's propped on any flat, smooth surface, the HobKnob makes a useful angled stand, in either landscape or portrait, for typing, viewing, reading, or video chatting. As easy to detach as it is to snap on, the HobKnob fits easily in a pocket, and is as mobile as you are.
As an added plus, with the Tablet Socket attached to the back of your device, it will magnetically connect to other convenient metal surfaces - refrigerator doors, steel shelving, stove hoods, filing cabinets, lockers, and toolboxes -so you can dock it securely and keep it accessible and viewable wherever you go.
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