If you like it then you shoulda put a ring on it – PROfezzion Magnetic MagSafe Phone Grip

If you’ve got a magnet or Magsafe case and a sore pinky may I suggest looking into a PROfezzion Magnetic MagSafe Phone Grip or similar.

I’m a bit tickled that this product exists because it solves my absolute hatred of 3M adhesive while simultaneously bringing some of the fun of the original kickstand HTC EVO series back to my phone (Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 5G with a Moment magnetic case.)

PROfezzion Magnetic MagSafe Phone Grip
Can you tell I took a whole bunch of product shots on a different device and then they never uploaded so now I have to go home and re-upload my photos of it on my S21 Ultra 5G?

Admittedly I haven’t had a use for a kickstand in a long time, but the ring allows you to slap it on as an attachment, hold your phone with ease, and pop it off at any time. Something I believe the creators of the TLTD need to look into because man, that’d make that device perfect.

As you know with Pocketables I pride myself on longer term reviews, not faking them, and really digging down into the functionality of a product. This post ain’t that. I got this this today, I dig it. I mean if it breaks I’m going to tell you, and I’m not married to this particular product or brand although if you do buy one it looks like I would make $1.20. It’s solid, probably could hurt someone throwing it. It magnets well.

This is mostly me just being happy this type of thing exists and now I know what really needs to happen going forward.

Anyway, it exists. I may be the last person in the world to know that a pop on ring holder exists that works with my case, but it makes me happy.

Grab one, or don’t. There are probably others and I have not really researched them well.

I will note due to the PROfezzion Magnetic MagSafe Phone Grip I discovered that not only does my compass go wonky when I’m magnetically attached to a Magsafe device, but my Moment case also seems to be turning true north slightly off kilter. Something to consider if you’re geocaching or driving, but seems to be fine in any non-navigation scenario.

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Paul E King

Paul King started with GoodAndEVO in 2011, which merged with Pocketables, and as of 2018 he's evidently the owner. He lives in Nashville, works at a film production company, is married with two kids. Facebook | Twitter | Donate | More posts by Paul | Subscribe to Paul's posts

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