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What's a PopSocket?
piece of magic for
A grip, a stand, a wrap and
Add a single PopSocket, or a pair of
PopSockets, to the back of almost any mobile device to transform its
capabilities. PopSockets "pop" whenever you need a grip, a stand, an
earbud-management system, or just something to play
PopSockets not only make terrific phone grips
and phone stands, they also make holding tablets and e-readers more
comfortable and secure. While PopSockets do not stick to all devices and
cases - especially those made of silicone or with a waterproofing
coating - they do stick to most typical devices and cases. And with the
PopClip companion product, they mount to nearly any vertical surface,
including dashboards, mirrors, bed posts, refrigerators, and walls, for
convenient hands-free viewing.
Whether you place
PopSockets on your Nintendo 3DS for gaming, pokemon go, your
GoPro for a supplemental grip in the water, or on your bedroom mirror to
hang jewelry, the possibilities are endless.
FAQWhat will my PopSocket stick
PopSockets adhere to most phones, tablets, and
cases. They sometimes have trouble sticking to silicone, leather, and
waterproof cases, as well as some highly textured cases.
How many times can I stick and re-stick my
Many times to a phone; only once to a cat.
You can rinse your sticky gel with water if it gets dirty and loses its
sticking power. Let it completely dry, but don't leave it unattached to
a surface for more than an hour or it might lose its power forever.
This video shows you how to reposition your PopSocket.
times can I expand and collapse my
PopSockets are designed to expand and
collapse 12,000 times.Where should I
position my PopSocket on my phone?
It's up to you!
Some people like it high, some people like it low; some people like two
PopSockets on their phone; some people like moving their one PopSocket
around depending on their whims. If you are having trouble using your
PopSocket as a stand, move the PopSocket closer to the edge of your
phone. What if my accordion detaches from
Wow, you sure are strong! Don't worry,
your PopSocket is not broken; PopSockets are designed to detach. Please
watch our instructional YouTube video here. My
button fell off; what can I do?
There are four tabs
on the button that fit into the accordion. Insert the tabs one at a
time, using your fingernail on the accordion to ensure that each tab is
fully inserted. Still having issues? Please email
email@example.com. What if my
PopSocket won't stick?
The PopSocket adhesive is
designed to stick to most materials, but has difficulty with some
silicone and waterproof coatings. Try adhering your PopSocket directly
to your phone to see whether the sticky gel is working properly -- if it
doesn't stick to your phone, the gel is not working properly. In this
case, you should rinse the base of your PopSocket with water. Let it
completely dry, but don't leave it unattached to a surface for more than
an hour or it might lose its power
forever.What are PopSockets made
Polycarbonate, TPU, and polyurethane. Custom
PopSockets also contain PBT.POPCLIPS
What are the dimensions of the
1.9" x 1.6" x .4"
The part of the
PopClip that attaches to surfaces is about the size of a quarter (.9"
diameter).Can I move my PopClip from one
place to another?
Unlike the PopSocket, the PopClip
is designed for one-time adhesion. Your PopClip comes with an extra VHB
adhesive for repositioning.
PopSockets were invented in 2012 in Boulder, Colorado, by our now-Chairman-of-the-Board David Barnett. To help fund and publicize his nascent company, David started a Kickstarter campaign which proved to be extremely successful, thanks in part to the ludicrous video David made to extol the virtues of PopSockets. We want to thank all our Kickstarter backers for their early support. After some delays, PopSockets.com went live in January 2014.
Since then, PopSockets sales have been growing exponentially. Some people initially think that PopSockets look strange, but after they try PopSockets, a common reaction is, \"I don\'t know how I ever held my phone without a PopSocket.\" We\'re so happy to have a growing loyal fan base - it\'s because of them that we know we have a worthwhile, valued product.