Not at the moment. We will offer them following this Kickstarter at setastand (dot) com. All releases following this project will be communicated on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/setastand
Not at the moment. We have finished the prototypes and a small run of 40 Large (for 10" Tablets) and 40 Small (for 7" Tablets). They are perfect. I am going to run production to make sure I can meet the demand. Some may be available as stretch goals and we will certainly run another Kickstarter project following this one. All releases following this Kickstarter will be communicated on our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/setastand
Yes, it will hold a small tablet. However, it was not designed to hold a Tablet so it does not function properly and will fail sometimes (sliding off the 1/2in to the table), so I do not recommend it. I once saw a Mercedes go through a corn field at 40mph. Just because it can do it doesn't mean it should.
You can pre-order them from our website. Just so you know, all Kickstarter pledges will be taken care of first. Please respect the integrity of this process. If you want to back us, please do so here. If you need something outside of what is offered here, please contact me at george (at) xflexstand (dot) com.
The SETA pads have normal peel and stick adhesive on one side and nanosuction on the other. The sticky side is to mount to your phone, case, wall or whatever. It will leave a sticky residue like any tape. It can easily be cleaned on surfaces like metal or plastic...just like tape. It is semi permanent.
No. But you can if you want. It makes a great anti-skid pad for the car and it allows you to stick your phone in crazy places that are smooth and flat. You do need to test the surface before you walk away from it. And as always, please make sure the pad and surface are clean.
Same thing. Great anti skid pad and you can stick your tablet in some crazy situations. Do not leave it there unless you are sure it's going to stick. You can feel it. If you want to mount it places and leave it there, you need to use a mounting pad. The two together work like a charm. Once again, please make sure they are clean.
Good question. I have but it wrinkles, does not work 100% as well, and does not look as good so you may end up trashing it. So put the mounting pad in a place you want to keep it. I have them all over the place like over electrical sockets for charging iPads. I tried to make them affordable. As we sell more maybe we can make them even more affordable. Hopefully two for $10 will not break the bank if you change your mind about where you want to put it.
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