Pocket Tripod

The only phone tripod you need

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#3 Product of the DayMay 20, 2016
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Seth Louey
Seth Louey@sethlouey · 🙌 2017 & 2016 Maker of the Year Nominee
#ProductHuntReview Maybe @caseyneistat should get this so he doesn't have to fish his iPhone out of the river. Looks like it does the job, but I wonder if the plastic slides on surfaces. If so, could make it out of a hard rubber that won't slip on a surface.
Julian Lehr
Julian Lehr@lehrjulian · Fitter, happier and more productive.
@sethlouey @caseyneistat haha that was my first thought as well!
Rambod Radmard
Rambod RadmardMaker@rambodr · Founder of Geometrical
@sethlouey Seth, thanks for the question. The Pocket Tripod is made of a hard Polycarbonate, and can slide if you place it on a slippery surface. The decision to not add any high-friction material to it was made so that it doesn't grip to your wallet when trying to place it in or remove it. Of course, as long as you don't move the phone, it wouldn't have a reason to slide. But if you must, you can easily counter the slipping by using a simple grip pad or any grippy material on hand.
Niv Dror
Niv DrorHiring@nivo0o0 · VC at Shrug Capital
A pocket tripod would be very hand...
Germán Castaño
Germán Castaño@germancastano · IT Professional, Entrepreneur
This is an awesome idea, and I think it solves a common problem and I don't like selfie sticks so is a good alternative.
Steyn Viljoen
Steyn Viljoen@steynviljoen · Product Designer at Afrolabs
Awesome! Not sure how I missed the first batch... You know what I currently use for a tri-pod when I go trail running? A branch or stick... Not working out so well most of the time. 🙃
Rambod Radmard
Rambod RadmardMaker@rambodr · Founder of Geometrical
@steynviljoen That's why I designed the Pocket Tripod too. I was tired of using rocks and sticks to hold up my phone. :-)
Dylan Opet
Dylan Opet@dylanopet · Founder/Bueller @ Hooky.today
Perfect for my Periscopes!