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The best phone grips and stands that don’t require a case
There are a ton of good reasons to put a case on your phone, starting with the fact that a flagship phone will easily run you $1,000.
A case protects your phone, adds grip to an otherwise slick exterior, and adds, if you want, a little bit of style in a world of same-looking black rectangles. But on the other hand, cases add bulk, they tend to get grimy, and hey, this phone cost me a small fortune. Why would I cover it up with a $12 case?
So what are phone case haters to do when we want some of the benefits of a case but not all of the downsides? Look no further. If putting a traditional case on your phone makes you cringe, then you’ll be thrilled to know there’s a healthy assortment of case alternatives out there.
These grips, skins, kickstands, and wallets are designed to adhere to your phone, adding utility without all of the bulk of a case. And we’re talking a lot more than PopSockets, which you’re probably well aware of and already know if you’d like or not. We tested a wide range of accessories and picked some favorites for the phone case averse among us.
The Moft Phone Stand and Wallet holds up to three cards, maintaining a very slim profile.
Moft Adhesive Phone Stand and Wallet
The best adhesive phone grip
If an accessory is going to live semi-permanently on the back of your phone, it might as well do more than one job. Moft’s $19.99 Invisible Phone Stand and Wallet does three: it holds up to three cards, folds into a kickstand, and offers a loop grip for one-handed phone use. Moft sells a magnetic version that works with MagSafe and any phone with a metal body, but it slides around a little on non-MagSafe phones. The adhesive version offers a very sturdy grip and is compatible with a huge range of phones.
It’s not the best phone wallet if you want to carry more than a few cards. With three (the most Moft recommends), it’s a snug fit. It’ll also make wireless charging impossible since it’s fixed semi-permanently on the back of your phone. But if your phone doesn’t support wireless charging or you’re fine surrendering this feature, then Moft’s adhesive wallet is an easy pick.
The wallet keeps a slim profile on the back of your phone.
The wallet has an adhesive back, but if you’re putting it on a phone with a glass back, you’ll also need to use the included adhesive film. There’s no guide included to place it, so you need to just eyeball it, and Moft recommends letting the film set for 12 hours before sticking the wallet on top of it.
Once attached, it feels secure, and the hourglass-shaped panel pops in and out of place with magnets for a satisfying snap. Even with some chip-enabled cards in the wallet, I was able to use Apple Pay without a problem — neither its placement nor its contents confused the point-of-sale system at my local coffee shop.
It delivers on its promise of three functions
As a grip, it’s somewhat loose — good enough to make your phone a bit more comfortable to hold in one hand for a long time, but it doesn’t feel super secure. The stand puts it at a comfortable viewing angle in portrait orientation. It works in landscape configuration, too, but because the wallet is positioned to one end of the device, it wobbles a little when I press the volume buttons.
Overall, though, it delivers on its promise of three functions, looks great, and it’s compatible with all kinds of phones. When it’s time to remove the wallet, it comes off without leaving a trace of residue. That’s 20 bucks well spent.
Moft Adhesive Phone Stand and Wallet
The adhesive version of Moft’s wallet stand is slim, functional, and works with a wide range of phones.
$20 at Moft$16 at Amazon
If you’re less interested in the wallet function and you’d rather add a little grip and style to your phone, a Dbrand skin is an obvious pick. These skins are more or less fancy stickers that adhere to the back of your phone — some are designed to cover the sides, too, but the kind I tested just covers the back plate.
Sure, the marketing is a little obnoxious, but the product is high quality. The leather in particular is a favorite — it’s $34.95, and it’s the real deal (Dbrand is eager to remind you that cows died to produce it, which is a look). Putting the skin in place isn’t hard, but it takes a little bit of time and concentration, as well as access to a hair dryer. Being patient with placement pays off; it looks and feels great.
The leather grain adds a little bit of textured grip to the phone, though that’s sort of a secondary feature to looking really nice. When you want to take the skin off, it pulls up without leaving any residue.
Dbrand leather phone skins
Dbrand’s leather skins add a little grip to the back of a slick phone, but they’re mostly a style choice. They’re high quality and non-damaging.
$35 at DBrand
The Arc Pulse consists of two pieces designed to fit on the top and bottom of your iPhone.
The best bumper phone case
A wallet or a skin isn’t going to offer much protection when you drop your phone. If you want a little more peace of mind but you don’t want to commit to a full case, the Arc Pulse is a sleek bumper case option. It’s pricey at $59, and it’s not even really a case, just two separate pieces of aluminum that cover the top and bottom of your phone. It covers the phone’s corners while only taking up a little space on the back of your phone. By the looks of my un-cased iPhone 11, the corners are where scuffs tend to accumulate when you drop your phone, so it seems like a good tradeoff — relatively unobtrusive but offering some helpful protection.
The aluminum Pulse is very sturdy. I’ll admit that the polished aluminum Pulse looks kind of goofy to me, but the matte black version I tested on a black 14 Pro doesn’t look half bad. You need to apply a good amount of pressure to slide it into place, but once it’s there, it’s not going anywhere. Since the back of the phone is exposed, it doesn’t interfere with MagSafe charging, and you have space to add a smaller MagSafe grip if you want — the Pro versions will accommodate a MagSafe wallet, but the non-Pro case doesn’t leave quite enough room for one. Unfortunately, it’s only available for a handful of iPhone models: the 14 Pro, 14 Pro Max, 13 Pro Max, and 13.
The Pulse is made of sturdy aluminum and fits on the top and bottom of your iPhone. It adds protection while keeping the back of your device free for wireless charging and other grip accessories.
$59 at Arc
If you don’t have one of the above, consider Rhinoshield’s CrashGuard NX case. It covers all four sides of your phone with a frame and interchangeable rim, and you can mix and match colors to your heart’s content. The button covers are interchangeable, too — take that, indistinguishable black rectangles.
The frame itself fits on snugly, and the color options are appealing. On the downside, it adds as much bulk around the sides of your phone as a traditional case, which might defeat the purpose depending on what you’re after. But it does leave the back open for wireless charging access, and the color customization options are a plus.
Rhinoshield Crashguard NX
The Crashguard NX is a bumper case that works with colorful interchangeable rims and button covers.
$25 at Rhinoshield$20 at Amazon
Anker’s MagSafe phone grip boasts a powerful magnetic hold and simple functionality.
Anker 610 Magnetic Phone Grip
The best MagSafe phone grip
There’s genius in the simplicity of the $15.99 Anker 610 grip. It’s basically just a donut-shaped magnet designed to attach to the MagSafe area on the back of an iPhone. In the middle, there’s a metal ring that pivots to either sit flush against the phone or act as a grip or kickstand. Simple but effective.
The magnet in the grip is really strong, making it the sturdiest MagSafe grip accessory we tested. You’re not supposed to hold your phone upside by hanging onto the ring, but… you can totally hold your phone upside down by hanging onto the ring. It’s a solid hold if you put the grip directly on the back of your phone, but it’s also strong enough to provide a strong grip with a Dbrand skin.
I think it looks better than a PopSocket or a loop
The inner ring moves freely, so unlike kickstands that snap into a fixed position, you can adjust it to get the viewing angle or hand-hold just right. On the downside, it takes a lot of force to move. I need two hands to pull the ring out into position to use as a grip, something you don’t need to do with most other grips.
But the upside of the design is that with the inner ring tucked against the phone, the grip adds very little thickness to your phone. It doesn’t catch on my pockets thanks to its round design, and I think it looks better than a PopSocket or a loop.
Anker 610 Magnetic Phone Grip
The Anker 610’s inner ring folds out to act as a kickstand.
$16 at Anker$14 at Amazon
If you’d rather have an elastic grip, the MagSafe Lovehandle Pro is a nice alternative. It’s a little pricey at $49.99, and the prominent “Lovehandle” branding on the back of the strap isn’t my style, but at least on the black version I tested, it’s not all that obvious. The Lovehandle’s handle is a loop attached to a kickstand, and the whole thing is mounted on a credit-card-shaped backing. The magnets aren’t quite as strong as the Anker’s, so it will give if you apply enough force, but it feels secure enough in daily use.
The kickstand offers two angles for portrait or landscape viewing, so you don’t need to reposition the grip to switch from one to the other. The elastic strip is a snug fit on my hand, making for a very secure fit. It’s not as minimalist as the Anker grip, but it works well, and its two-position kickstand is handy.
LoveHandle Pro for MagSafe
This kit includes a LoveHandle Pro grip attached to a MagSafe adapter. It provides a firm elastic grip and a kickstand for both portrait and landscape viewing.
$50 at LoveHandle
The SleekStrip is slim and sits out of the way of wireless charging. The strap pops up to provide a kickstand.
The best small phone grip
If you’re looking for something slim and functional, the $19. 99 SleekStrip is surprisingly good. It occupies a lot less real estate than a PopSocket or the Moft wallet pick above, living up to its name as just a thin strip that sticks to the back of your phone. It pops out when you press the side of the strap, providing a rigid loop for hand-holding or propping your phone up in landscape orientation. It uses adhesive and comes with a couple of extra bits of film and 3M adhesive, so you can take it off and put it on another device.
Its best feature is that it’s out of the way, tucked to the side on the back of your device. Even though it prevents the phone from sitting flush on a charging stand, the strap is thin enough and out of the way enough that wireless charging still works. It’s not the most secure grip since it’s rigid rather than elastic, but it’s good enough.
Its best feature is that it’s out of the way
On the downside, the SleekStrip is a little bit cheap-feeling. The mechanism where the strap slides to pop up is essentially just metal sliding across metal, and it will likely accumulate some scratches over time. There are some innocuous color options, but the available patterns stray into tacky territory. And it won’t hold your phone propped up in portrait orientation, just landscape.
SleekStrip adheres directly to your phone or a case, providing a slim band for hand-holding and using as a kickstand.
$20 at SleekStrip$20 at Amazon
Photography by Allison Johnson / The Verge
Correction December 22nd, 3:15PM ET: A previous version of this article stated that the Arc Pule was compatible with a MagSafe wallet — that’s only true of the Pro versions of the case. The iPhone 13 has also been added to the list of compatible models; it was previously missing. We regret the errors.
Holder for phone and smartphone in the car
When a car enthusiast is going to fix a smartphone in his car, he will certainly face questions: this holder for my smartphone , etc. In fact, everything is not so difficult. The best smartphone car holder, the one that suits you best! All Ppyple products are of the same high quality and you need to choose a model based on the features of your car and tasks.
In general, this accessory is becoming more and more popular. It is used by almost all taxi drivers who take orders for smartphones, in large cities it is impossible to bypass traffic jams without a GPS navigator, so drivers install a smartphone used as a GPS navigator in the holder. You can simply use the auto holder to determine the location of your device, so as not to look every time where you put it.
In this review, we will outline the main options for mounting and using holders in conjunction with phones with different screen sizes. Most often, drivers want to fix their smartphone in the car to solve several problems:
- using a smartphone as a GPS navigator
- there is simply nowhere to put the phone and the driver wants to determine his place in the car so that when he calls, it is easy to find and answer
- the driver often communicates on the phone in the car using a headset and he needs to see the number of the caller on the screen
So, the first thing to consider is compatibility of holders and phones. All Ppyple models can accept smartphones with a screen size of up to 5.8 – 6 inches . The vast majority of gadget models fit in this size and there should be no problems with the compatibility of models from different manufacturers of devices. For magnetic, this criterion is measured not in millimeters, but in grams – 350 gr. For CDView M Plus – 700 gr. So, no matter what generation your iPhone is, or what model of Samsung, HTC, Lenovo or Sony, Ppyple always has something to match.
There are two ways to mount the phone in the holder:
1. mechanical – in this case, the smartphone is physically clamped inside the holder. The disadvantage of this method of attaching a smartphone is that it is not always possible to quickly and easily insert a smartphone into the holder and remove it from it. The advantage is very convenient and easy to remove and install the smartphone. The disadvantage is that you cannot put plastic cards with a magnetic stripe into the smartphone case and not everyone likes to stick a metal plate on the mobile phone case.
It is recommended to choose the mounting location of the holder in the car based on the technical features of the car and the optimal position of the gadget. The screen of the device must be easily accessible. The smartphone should be easily inserted into the holder and removed from there.
There are six main mounting points for the holder in the car:
- windshield is the old traditional way, has no particular shortcomings. With the advent of a new generation of vacuum suction cups, it is highly reliable both in hot and cold weather. The only inconvenience is that it somewhat closes the driver’s view, although if you place it to the left of the steering wheel, it will not interfere and the device’s screen will be in good access.
- dashboard, or as it is also called – torpedo – the ability to fix the holder on the plastic of the dashboard appeared with the use of a layer of silicone on the surface of the vacuum suction cup. The only drawback is the need for hard plastic and a flat area on the dashboard. In some cases, it is not possible to install the holder on the suction cup.
- air duct grille – advantages: ease of installation, accessible smartphone “at hand”. Disadvantage: it is necessary to block the access of the hot air flow to the grille section with the smartphone installed to prevent its damage. Sometimes the holder mounts may be incompatible with the air grill due to its design features
- CD slot – this mount has recently appeared on the market. Due to the fact that the CD radio slot in different car models has the same design, this method of installing the holder is very versatile and has virtually no incompatibility problems. The smartphone mounted in the holder is conveniently located and is right at the driver’s hand. The only drawback is that if you need to change the disc in the radio, you need to remove and insert the holder back.
- cigarette lighter: This type of holder is produced mainly by unnamed Chinese manufacturers. Its advantage is that it is not necessary to pull the recharging cable, however, the long rod loosens over time, or even completely disables the cigarette lighter socket.
- cup holder: this mounting option is extremely rare. Its disadvantage is its large dimensions and the inability to use the cup holder for its intended purpose.
Below you can read descriptions of Ppyple models with various mounting methods and installation locations in the car.
1. Car phone mount on glass or dashboard
These holders are based on a vacuum suction cup with silicone gel. Silicone serves for better adhesion to the mounting surface of the holder. It closes all the pores of the plastic and prevents air from entering the suction cup. The very idea of the vacuum suction cup is very simple: when pressed against the surface of the installation, all the air is squeezed out of it. When the lever on the suction cup is pressed, the rubber surface retracts and forms a dome shape. In the enlarged space of the suction cup, the amount of air remains the same, a vacuum is created and the holder is pressed against the surface due to the difference in external and internal pressures. The more the suction cup elastic is retracted, the greater the internal volume, vacuum and, accordingly, downforce. The silicone in this design only serves to improve adhesion to the mounting surface of the holder and prevent air from entering the suction cup.
The silicone surface of the suction cup is protected by a plastic film that must be removed before installation. Silicone can be washed from dirt under a tap with plain water. This allows you to remove and install the holder repeatedly. This method of fastening is very reliable and durable, the accessory keeps well on the dashboard or windshield and in the sun in hot and cold weather.
To install the holder on the surface of the torpedo, you need to choose a flat area in a convenient place. Never install on an airbag! The most popular model in the picture is Ppyple Dash-N5
If the plastic of the dashboard is too soft or you cannot find a suitable mounting location, you can use the windshield to mount the holder. The only possible disadvantage of this method is that it can interfere with the driver’s view. When choosing an installation location, this factor must be taken into account. Often use a place on the left side of the windshield, which is not required by the driver to view the road.
Ppyple’s Dash-Q5 two-in-one model occupies a special place in the Ppyple range. The convenience of this solution is the ability to place a smartphone in a comfortable place for the driver using an extension rod. The photo shows that the smartphone screen is located near the ventilation grill and does not block the driver’s view, it is easily accessible for control
Dash-Q5 can also be used without extension. In this case, it is similar in functionality to the Dash-N5 model. Various options for using this holder can be viewed in the photo gallery below.
Dash-Q5 holder photo gallery
If you use your phone in a leather case, then the Dash-Clip5 model will come to the rescue. The smartphone clamp is special: it has rubber inserts with slots, into which you can install gadgets even in covers and bumpers. This design securely wraps around the device body, preventing it from jumping out even with strong vibrations on uneven roads. This design was first invented by Ppyple, and then manufacturers from China rushed to copy it. Ppyple Dash-Clip5, as well as previous models, can be installed on the windshield and dashboard.
Dash Clip F5
Ppyple’s newest Dash-R5 is the Universal Phone Holder – fits almost any gadget. The Dash-R5 can easily install GPS navigators up to 5 inches diagonally, the wide clamp legs allow smartphones to be fixed in it even in leather flip cases.
In addition to mechanical smartphone mounts, Ppyple releases a very compact and convenient magnetic holder with an Any-View M5 torpedo mount. It, like a constructor, consists of several parts. The base of the magnetic holder for the phone is fixed on the dashboard of the car using 3M double-sided adhesive tape. A metal plate is attached to the back of the phone or either the bumper, which is actually magnetized.
Demountable Any View M
3M tape on base, protective film must be removed before installation
a metal plate can be glued on the back cover if it is not thicker than 2 mm
Next, the magnetic holder itself is put on the base, either directly or through an extension adapter.
The convenience of this magnetic mount lies in its versatility and compactness. It can be mounted anywhere on the dashboard and can be used to install phones of any size. The only limitation is that the thickness of the lid or cover should not exceed 2 mm.
Phone holder in the car in the CD slot of the radio
Installing the phone holder in the CD slot is becoming more and more popular due to the convenience and ease of implementation. In most cars, the car radio’s CD slot is in a convenient and easily accessible location, with the phone’s screen right at hand. This method of fastening practically does not contain disadvantages. To install the holder in the drive, a special impeller is used, its blades diverge up and down inside the slot opening, clamping the holder in it. Since the CD itself, when played, goes deep inside the radio mechanism, and the holder enters the drive opening only to a depth of about one centimeter, it does not interfere with playing discs during its use.
The holder, together with the phone installed in it, is an ideal solution for GPS navigation. Looks stylish, stays in the drive securely, easy to use.
The holder comes with rubber inserts that are selected depending on the height of the drive opening. They are supplied in three sizes: 1.5, 2 and 2.5 mm. They are mounted on the impeller, which goes into the slot opening. The gallery photos show what the CD-N5 holder looks like from the back with a smartphone installed.
Model CD-Clip5 represents Ppyple’s “Clip” concept, which includes several models with different ways of mounting in a car.
There are similar ones with installation in the slot and deflector. This concept is distinguished by a smartphone clip with a special design. Inside the clamp there are rubber inserts with grooves that securely clamp the body of almost any device. The base impeller consists of three plates, the middle one is spring-loaded and it just acts as a spacer holding the entire structure inside the slot. The height of the slot opening should be between 3mm and 6mm for CD-Clip5 and CD-Q5 models. For the CD-N5 model described above, the drive opening should be between 4mm and 6mm high. A new design from Ppyple is applied to the CDView S. An innovative latch base in the drive is paired with a stylish, modern clip with an anodized aluminum overlay. The device uses metal guides that multiply its reliability. Beautiful packaging complements a good impression of the product.
beautiful gift box
Clamp expandable from 55 to 85 mm
Spring mechanism uses metal guides
beautiful stylish accessory in your car
3. Magnetic smartphone holders
Magnetic holders are based on a “magnetic head” and a metal plate mounted on a smartphone. Undoubted convenience – the absence of moving parts and the ease of installation / removal of the device.
Four neodymium magnets inside the “magnet head” and additional magnetic pad
Metal plate attached to the back of the phone
The set includes two plates of different sizes, the larger one can be installed under a plastic bumper no more than 2 mm thick.
Ppyple’s bestseller is the CDView M Plus. It also fits in the car’s CD slot, but has a magnetic smartphone mount and a brand new CD slot attachment. No other manufacturer of CD slot car holders offers such a simple, convenient and reliable way to install in the slot of the slot. The CDView M Plus model does not need to be snapped or twisted, just slide it into the drive slot of your radio with one motion.
The design is clearly visible in the picture. The size in width does not exceed only 75 mm. The size of the magnetic phone mount is 40 mm. Holder depth – 65 mm. As such, it is one of the most compact CD models on the market, which can make a big difference in installation. In some modifications of cars, the controls located on the CD panel prevent the installation of larger mounts. In the CDView M Plus slot, it is secured using spring-loaded curved plates. The “magnetic head” is mounted on a ball joint and allows the driver to choose a convenient viewing angle. A metal plate is attached to the back cover of the smartphone, which is magnetized to the holder. The weight of the smartphone or GPS navigator must not exceed 700 g (this model is also suitable for tablets) for good fixation. The holder comes with everything you need for installation. This includes films that are glued to the surface of the smartphone before installing the metal plate. This protects the back cover of the phone from scratches. A small metal plate can be glued directly to the smartphone, and a large one can be installed under the case if its thickness does not exceed 2mm . Additionally, wipes are supplied for degreasing the surface of the plate installation and special rubber inserts, which are selected once depending on the height of the slot opening.
High quality, durability, innovative design and compact size make the CDView M+ a great buy! The accessory comes in high-quality packaging and can serve as a great gift!
Any View M5 model – a compact accessory that can be mounted on the dashboard with 3M tape, described above in the review section Mounting on glass and dashboard just like CDView M+ . It has the same “magnetic head” on a ball joint, gift packaging and is designed for smartphones weighing up to 350 grams.
4. Mount for the phone in the car in the air duct
The compactness and versatility of this solution allows it to be used in almost any car. The holder is installed on the blade of the air duct grille, usually on the bottom. It is very easy to remove and reinstall. The phone is within easy reach of the driver, no need to stretch far.
The photo clearly shows how the Vent-Q5 is installed. As a fastener, it uses a plastic clip coated with silicone, which protects the duct blades from scratches during installation. Smartphone clamp extends up to 90 mm.
Ppyple manufactures a diverse range of deflector grille mounts for “every occasion”. They have different smartphone clips: mechanical and magnetic.
Vent-Clip5, like others from the “Clip” series, has a mobile phone grip that can securely hold gadgets in cases and obsolete thick navigators due to special rubber inserts.
Slotted rubber inserts inside the clamp
Smartphone is securely fixed with clip slots
The phone in the holder can be rotated 360 degrees.
The new AirView S delivers superior reliability with metal spring guides and a stylish design. It can install gadgets from 55 to 85 mm wide.
Clamp lined with stylish anodized aluminum plate
Metal guides and rubber inserts make smartphone mounting secure
Gift box AirView S
The table shows data for all current Ppyple models, sizes of installed gadgets, installation methods and locations.
|min. Screen size
|max. Screen size
|glass, dashboard, plastic
|Any View M5 magnetic
|any up to 350 gr
|any up to 350 gr
|CDView M + magnetic
|any up to 700g
|any up to 350 gr
|AirView M magnetic
|any up to 350 gr
|any up to 350 gr
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