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ohsnap is a Phone Grip, a Popsocket That Doesn’t Suck!

ohsnap Phone Grip Popsocket

ohsnap is the answer to the phone grips, popsockets out there! It doesn’t SUCK! Ok, you have to agree with me, the initial pitch raises eyebrows, right? It’s one of the recent offerings I got, and since I’m not a phone grip consumer, I figured I’d give it a shot.

I’ve tested, reviewed and played with quite a few accessories. I never really looked into the market when phone grips are concerned. Just searching on Google revealed that it’s a pretty big offering.

I’m sure that it’s pretty clear, what the goal is? To do away with your typical phone grip or popsocket. ohsnap is Dubbed the world’s slimmest and most functional phone grip. It was designed to relieve the frustration associated with holding onto slippery, costly phones. It performs three major functions: grip, mount and props while remaining slim and sexy.

What it Does

Let’s have a decent look at why it Doesn’t Suck!

It’s a kickstand, a grip, it rotates, compatible with car mounts, you are still able to wirelessly charge, it’s ultra-thin and best of all super comfy.

Cost

Available directly from ohsnap for $29 United States Dollars.

Some final thoughts on ohsnap is a Phone Grip, a Popsocket That Doesn’t Suck! It’s truly a solid idea considering the number of people I see dropping their smartphones, smashing them, broken screens and all.

Go, get yours now!

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