Last Updated on January 3, 2021 by Lori Geurin
Sponsored post. My Tablift and 2 Tablifts for the giveaway were generously provided compliments of Tablift by nbryte.
If you have an iPad or another type of tablet you can probably remember a time when you wanted to watch a Netflix or YouTube video all nestled in your cozy bed or comfy chair. But, unfortunately, you were stuck holding your tablet in an uncomfortable position for the duration of your program. You can prop up your tablet, but it keeps sliding down, requiring you to put it back.
Tablet stands were created to address these pain points.
I’ll admit when the creator of the Tablift reached out to me and asked if I’d like a free Tablift to review I’d not heard of the product before. But after a quick Google search, I learned just how popular the Tablift is.
After reading some of the over 1,500 4.5-star Tablift Amazon reviews, to say I was excited to receive a new Tablift is an understatement. Plus, when our four (mostly grown) children, ages 16 to 22 caught wind of my new Tablift they were calling dibs on who would get to try it out next.
Let’s take a quick look at what the Tablift has to offer. Then be sure to enter the drawing below for a chance to win one of two free Tablifts!
Tablift Tablet Stand Review
The Tablift by nbryte is a sturdy, adjustable tablet stand. It came packed in a colorful, sturdy box, complete with useful instructions.
They also included a coupon for 20% off a second Tablift if you complete the quick online registration which includes a “lifetime replacement warranty.” I made sure to do this and it took about 30 seconds tops.
At first glance, the Tablift looks like a cool sort of black spider – with 4 legs instead of 8. The legs are fully movable so you can set them to your preferred position.
The base of the stand has three slots to hold your tablet at different angles. There’s also a hollow space in the center of the base, allowing you to easily charge your tablet while using the Tablift.
There is an elasticized cord with a clip that fastens onto the top of your tablet to secure it in place.
Tablift Tablet Compatibility
According to the box the Tablift came in, the product is compatible with the following tablet devices, without cases:
- Apple iPad
- Samsung Galaxy
- Amazon Kindle
- Microsoft Surface 2, 3
- Others – accommodating tablets with an edge that’s able to fit in the 10mm slots
- Go to http://www.tablift.com for an updated list.
The Tablift is extremely sturdy, versatile, and adjustable. The legs are stable on nearly any surface allowing you to watch movies or read on your tablet hands-free. It eliminates discomfort and pain associated with holding your device for long periods of time.
The three slots allow you to position the Tablift according to your preferences and whether you’re sitting up or lying down in bed.
You have to use it without a tablet case. I learned this the hard way when I set it up the first time and my device surprisingly popped out. But that’s on me because I should have read the instructions first. It works great without the case.
Please note, the giveaway has now ended. Congratulations to our two lucky winners!
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Summary: Tablift Tablet Stand Review
Overall, I’d recommend the Tablift for anyone with an iPad or the tablets listed above. I love inventions like this that simplify your life! Plus, it’s especially helpful for anyone with a chronic illness, pain, or arthritis in the hands because it eliminates the need to hold onto your tablet.
Do you have a Tablift? How has it made your life easier?
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