The Pocket Tripod is one of those why-didn’t-I-think-of-that contraptions for the digital age that would have really added convenience at various points in my life, as a person, who uses his phone to work through lunch. It is the size of about two credit cards stacked on top of one another, and thusly, it fits in your wallet, provided your wallet isn’t one of those morbidly obese George Costanza wallets.
Designed for portrait and landscape modes with relatively sharp angles in between. While it may not be a completely necessary item, it can never hurt to give it a whirl. Plus, the looks it’ll draw from other people will make you the envy of the Burger King.
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