The Tablet Handler Strap is our third product in a series of non-gripping Tablet and iPad hand-held holders. Now you can say good-bye forever to hand fatigue and sore & numb fingers from gripping your tablet for long periods of time. This innovative new tablet holder is more ergonomic and eliminates the stress and strain of gripping your tablet, iPad or Kindle.
This tablet hand-holder is suitable for devices as small as the Kindle series and up to the 10.1” tablets. This universal device has two heavy-duty rubber elastic straps (we call them ”ears”) that wrap around any two opposing corners of your tablet. There are two sets of these elastic ears that come with every Tablet Handler. The larger set for the 10.1” tablets comes installed on the Handler and the shorter set for those kindle-size tablets is packed separately in the box. Just remove the one and replace it with the shorter ears.
The two elastic ears are attached to the swiveling hub that rotates 360° like a windmill. The elastic ears are made of a super strong silicone elastomer that is completely UV inhibited and won't crack, tear or break. And they are very difficult to cut through.
Attached to the swiveling hub is the adjustable elastic Velcro strap that you slide your hand into to hold your tablet. The Velcro strap is adjustable, so one size really does fit all, and it fits either hand.
To attach the Tablet Handler is as simple as 1, 2, 3. Just hook one ear around any one corner, stretch and hook the second ear around the opposing corner and then slide your hand through the Velcro strap. The strap fits over the back of the hand comfortably and provides a safe, secure and effortless way of holding your tablet without having to grip it.
If you begin to notice some damage to either of the elastomer ears, contact us directly at our website and we'll send you a free set. They'll be mailed to you in a #10 envelope.
September 4, 2011-
Item arrived on time, works as advertised. An excellent purchase for the price. Charles B.
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