Are you looking for a timeless accessory that you won’t have to replace when you purchase your next-generation phone? You know that most accessories and cases become obsolete with every new smartphone release, but this minimalist stand will not, as it works with almost all present, past and future phone models and cases.
The SETA smartphone stand is a stunningly simple and inexpensive device designed to simply hold your phone and charger. It is practically a piece of aluminum bent into a horizontal base and a vertical support at an angle of 25 degrees.
Both surfaces are equipped with NanoSuction pads to keep your phone from sliding or the stand from falling. The pads are very strong and maintain a solid grip on your device, without being sticky to the touch or using any adhesive substance.
The NanoSuction technology used was designed to mimic the feet of a gecko, hence the name SETA. The setae are the toe pads that allow these lizards to easily climb smooth vertical surfaces.
This technology works with more than 70% of smartphone cases currently available on the market, minus silicone or textured material cases. But the developers have got that covered as well and are already offering an extra SETA pad to work with cases made of these materials.
The SETA stand also accommodates your charging cable, whether you’re charging your phone or not. The device was designed to work with any popular smartphone charging cable and will even hold it in place when you’re not actually charging, so you won’t have to worry about picking the cable up from the floor any longer.
The project is currently on Kickstarter, where it already exceeded its $20,000 crowdfunding goal and reached almost $60,000 with still more than a month to go. For $25, backers can get their own SETA smartphone stand and can choose from 6 different colors.
Those who are not interested in a smartphone stand can only pledge for two NanoSuction pads which they can use to stick their smartphone or tablet to any non-porous, smooth surface. For $10, backers will get two small pads and for $15, they can receive a small pad and a larger one that would work with a tablet.
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