Introduction: 2 Minute - at Work IPhone Stand

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This is the easiest, and fastest and versitile iPhone stand ever! One day I thought to myself that it would be great if I had an iPhone stand while I was at work. While organizing my desk this idea for a quick iPhone stand popped into my head, and turned out better then I could have hoped.

Step 1: Materials

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Really all you need for this super simple iPhone stand are 4 items: - A large paper clamp (x2) - A medium paper clamp - An elastic band

Step 2: The Hard Part

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Once you have all of the materials you are going to want to insert the handles of one of the large clamps into the handles of the other large clamp. This essentially sets up the foot rest and back rest for your iPhone.

Step 3: Stability

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At this point your going to want to clamp the medium clamp onto the handles of the large clamp that is laying flat. This is going to give your iPhone stand a wider base to stand on and make it more stable.

Step 4: Finishing Touches

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Lastly your going to want to wrap the elastic band around the handles of the large clamp standing up, and around the handles of the medium clamp you just attached. This creates tension and keeps all the clamps snug and stable.

Step 5: Your Done!

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There you have it! A simple, flexible and stable iPhone stand in under 2 minutes. It's great for the iPhone and also works for an iPad. The weight of the idevices put tension on the stand making it that much more stable. Hope you guys enjoy it!


bsg68 (author)2013-06-02

This is really helpful

italzboi (author)bsg682013-06-02

Thanks :) I'm glad you found it helpful!

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