Thursday, April 28, 2016

Holding Cell Review

As described on site:

The Holding Cell is the perfect invention for holding and charging your cell phone or baby monitor anywhere, but specifically designed for you bed.

It allows you ease of access to your phone while keeping it organized and charging.

You will never need to sleep with the phone in your bed again or pick up your charging cord off the floor, but still have the convenience of not missing an important call or text!

It also converts to attach to any wall or flat surface making it great for dorms, hospitals, RV’s, boats and sofas too.

The Holding Cell is simple to use and can be mounted beside the bed by sliding the panel under the mattress so your phone is within arm’s reach. Wherever the user puts it, this handy storage unit will adjust in size to fit any phone or device.

The charging cord is safely captured through slots in the bottom to keep it from being lost or falling to the floor, and there is even extra storage space for additional cord.

The unit can be angled to allow for easier viewing of a phone's screen, and folds neatly away when not in use.

The Holding Cell provides the perfect place to store a phone, baby monitor or other electronic device during the night or anytime the user needs a safe and easy-to-access storage and charging solution so your charging cord is never on the floor.

I recevied complimentary product.

Cassandra's review-- The overall product is simple from the concept to basic design.  It is a piece of plastic strong enough to hold the phone, extra cord and kind of stays in place.  

You are supposed to open it and slip it under a mattress or couch cushion, but I would not recommend using in under a couch cushion unless you do not plan on sitting with it there or if you have kids because like I said it just slides under and does not have any adhesive or attachment or grip.

 I find a mattress to be heavy enough to keep this in place unless you have one that moves at night.

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