Introduction: How to Avoid Dropping Your Phone DIY Style

Having a smartphone with a cracked screen its a real problem that can affect all of us now a days because the they are getting slimmer and slimmer.

Of course you can protect your phone with a screen protector but this does not protect all the frame and does not improve the grip experience.

The idea of this project it´s to make a simple device that improve the grip of the phone avoiding this to fall out of your hands and adding new fixtures as well DIY style.

Step 1: Watch the Video

Watch the video and see how the project works.

Step 2: Gather the Material

You will need for this project:

- Zip ties holder

- Key ring

Step 3: Get Started

Glue the zip ties holder with double sided tape that comes with the holder in question in the middle of the phone, i find this the most comfortable place.

Run the key ring true the holder, the key ring must be big enough to place your finger.

And you're done!

Step 4: Final Thoughts

This simple project will give you more control over your phone in very modes of use

You can use the holder to place your phone in landscape mode over a table like a stand to watch videos.

The holder will give more grip to take pictures , selfies and shooting movies.

With a plastic shape like a hook you can use the holder like a car mount.

Make a camera tripod out off a bottle.

But the best fixture is having a safe grip on your phone to prevent dropping.

Tell me on the comments below what applications you will use this for.
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