1. NanoHold Mobile Device Holder

The NanoHold is a credit-card-size nano-suction pad designed to stick to the (must-be-flat) back of your smartphone and virtually any smooth surface: glass, metal, tile, plastic and pretty much anything else that’s nonporous. It’s removable and repositionable, and it comes with a cover of sorts so you can keep it stuck to your phone full-time.

The pad measures a mere 0.5mm thick, so it’s actually thinner than a credit card. And yet it can hold “hundreds of times” its own weight.

Buy it from Amazon at $9

2. Luminoodle LED Backlight

If you’ve been using your noodle you’ve probably learned how valuable a bendy rope of lights can be. And now your flexible, adaptable, bright-burning noodle has a new form with yet another application: TV backlighting. The Luminoodle TV sticks around the perimeter of the back of your flat screen to providing ambient lighting during viewing. It’s an alternative to dealing with the glare of a lamp turned on in front of the television and helps eliminate the eye strain and dryness that can come with watching a bright screen in a dark room.

Lights are true white LEDs that output 375 lumens of bias lighting. They turn on and off with your TV, powered through a reversible USB plugged into one of its ports.

In addition to improving illumination quality, Luminoodle says LED bias lighting will create sharper images and color contrast to further enhance the viewing experience. It will also make your room look theatrical and purdy.

Buy it from Amazon at $10

3. Popsockets

The PopSocket is unique as it requires you to pop it open to use.The extended socket allows you to hold your iPhone easily in one hand and doubles as a stand. If you spend a lot of time gaming on your device, this might be one of the better 1-handed usage products for you.

In terms of design, the PopSocket attaches to the most case but don’t put them on silicone case, leather cases or iPhone cases with a waterproof coating. The PopSocket will add a bit of thickness to the iPhone but that’s to be expected with any one-handed usage accessory.

To use the product, all you have to do is to pull the socket out. This can be accomplished by one hand though it is easier with two. The PopSocket also doubles as a stand which is a big plus over the Ungrip and to a certain extent, the Spigen Style ring.

Buy it from Amazon at $8

4. Earhoox

Made of silicone, Earhoox stretch over the EarPods. A shark fin-shaped silicon protrusion helps to hold the Earhoox in place by pushing up against the cartilage inside your ear. It’s very soft and unobtrusive, and Earhoox includes two different sizes in the package to help you find a perfect custom fit. Earhoox comes in versions to fit either EarPods or older Apple Earbuds. The EarPods version sports a cutout on the edge to accommodate the Earpod’s side-firing design. The Earbud version will work with just about any circular earbud, not just Apple’s. They also come in a variety of colors to suit your mood and fashion sense.

Buy it from Amazon at $9

5. 19 in 1 Micro Pocket Multitool

The Micro-Max Stainless 19-in-1 Steel Series key chain tool boasts a pair of pliers and plethra of screwdrivers and even a tiny drill bit!

A couple things stand out about the overall design of this tool. First off, it attaches to your keychain by clamping the pliers down.
 You can’t put much force on the pliers without the arms folding on you, and the same goes for the screwdrivers. So, if you don’t plan on using much force on what you are fixing, then you’re fine. But to me, neither is of much use if I’m precluded from really cranking down on something.
Overall, fair to good. It’s a little rough around the edges and the pliers don’t mate perfectly on mine, but overall it’s well machined and highly polished. It’s a good looking tool.
Buy it from Amazon at $8.5

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