Palm-sized Stand with Adjustable Angle & Height
Through solid patented double hinges on its base, it "floats" your iPad up to 3.15" high. Get rid of that pesky neck pain once and for all.
A float stand with adjustable angle & height. (Magnetic to switch with other accessories.)
[Snap Float Stand] Dimensions: 6.4*4.5 in/161.5*115.5 mm
Thickness: 0.4 in/9.1 mm
Weight: 8.2 oz/233 g
Material: Silicone, Fiberglass, PC, Aluminum Alloy, Magnets, Metal Sheets
[Snap Tablet Sticker] Dimensions: 4.3*4.3*0.03 in / 110*110*0.65 mm
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Q: Is the Snap Tablet Sticker?
A: No, the Snap Tablet Sticker is not reusable.
Q: Do I need to reapply the sticker for the Float Stand to change orientation?
A: No, after following the instruction to apply the sticker correctly, the Float Stand will be ready for various configurations, be it Horizontally Floating, Vertically Floating, Portrait or Landscape Modes.
Q: Does the Snap Float Stand work well with other cases for iPad mini 6?
A: Yes, it also works with cases other than our Snap Tablet Case for iPad mini 6, and a Snap Tablet Sticker will be needed.
Q: Can I place the Snap Tablet Sticker directly on the iPad, then place a shell/case on top and the Snap Float Stand will snap through the back shell?
A: No, the Snap Tablet Stand won't snap through the back shell/case, so if you use it on an iPad with a case on, we recommend placing the Snap Tablet Sticker on the shell/case.
The stand itself is brilliantly made. Plastic weighted base that adds heft to a device but itself isn't heavy. Metal plates linked extremely stable in a simple hinge that opens and closes smoothly but with enough tension you know it's not going to fold on itself. The magnet stickers work well and add well on almost any tablet...
...that is if the size and weight is low enough. The FAQ is right concerning the iPad Pro 13.9", regardless of year, the device HAS to be caseless. Which is a big ask for a large device that is vulnerable and over $1,000 retail. If you have a smaller iPad Pro (the 10/11 one), Air, Mini or regular model, this works without issue. But an iPad Pro in a case is a bridge too far for the magnet sticker, it will detach magnetically if sufficient weight makes it drift apart. iPad Pro owners, take the advice: if you have an ABS plastic case named after a river mammal or other sufficiently heavy protective case, you may want a different answer.
The knocked off star isn't for that, though. I can't fault a company for that if they disclose it in documentation, and Moft does in the FAQ of the product.
The issue I have with the float stand is the same as the Magic Keyboard stand, any 2 in 1 laptop hinge, and any other tablet stand that folds. In marketing materials, there's videos and photos of folks drawing on these devices, but engineering-wise, they never show the "wobble" that occurs if you actually try it. Specific to this stand, putting an Apple Pencil to the screen while attached, and the stand will start to rock back and forth. This is a matter of physics, as your displacing the weight of the device, and when you let up, it reflexively wants to spring back. I have yet to see a folding stand that actually solves this problem with only a single arm or plane of contact between the device and desk. And this one doesn't either. You can 'tent' the stand to have the bottom of the tablet contact the desk and the stand support at an angle, but again, in the iPad Pro 13.9" scenario, it can't be in a case. Even with the tent form, the magnet sticker can't hold that weight. I'm lucky I did this on a lap-held desk in a bedroom, when it fell, it didn't go to the floor.
That being said, I'm very happy with the stand. I do have another tablet it works great with: I have a sticker on the back of a Lenovo Chromebook Duet (far lighter by comparison, imagine a cheaper iPad Mini) and I'm happy to say it works handsomely. Not only does it hold well, but when done, the canvas cover that comes with the Duet magnetically connects over the sticker when finished. This works brilliantly for some other tablet devices, even if Moft can't state a compatibility list (Completely fair, as so many depend on magnetic contact with a case lid to activate sleep mode. Put a fridge magnet on the bezel of your iPad if you don't believe me.) I'm still very happy with the purchase, and do use it on a daily basis.
I just received my my stand and i love it. It’s not loose , but the stiffness i actually like, lets me know its great quality and will hold up. For a while.