We have been looking around the interwebs for months, searching for the right phone holder. I just could not put a pop-socket on my phone; it felt way too silly. We finally found it and promptly ordered 5000 of them. Small, lightweight, strong steel construction, and flexible; We're calling it the "RNGR" - pronounced "Ringer".
It has all the features you are looking for and more style than should expect from a simple accessory for your phone. These are great looking ring holders. At first I thought it might be dumb but I was 100% wrong. (yes honey, you were 100% right). They look way better than I expected. Stylish, elegant even, the RNGR is beautiful.
Introducing the RNGR™
- Phone holder & stand combo
- Strong 3M adhesive
- 360 degree rotation
- Works on magnetic car mounts
- Durable steel construction
Super Durable Design
The RNGR is small and lightweight, but the steel construction is satisfyingly heavy to hold to and use. It has the construction and feel, of real quality compared to cheap and thin plastic ring holders.
Flexible & Comfortable
The RNGR is the highest quality and most flexible phone ring holder and stand you can buy. With 360 degree rotation for a comfortable fit in your hand at any angle. And, 180 degree of angle for the stand function offering the perfect viewing angle for whatever you are watching.
Works with Magnetic Car & Wall Mounts
The RNGR is made of solid steel and works with all types of magnetic car and wall mounts.
Strong 3M Adhesive
The RNGR doesn't use a cheap sticker. This is strong 3M adhesive. Easy to re-position if necessary, but once in place, the 3M adhesive holds strong.
Comfortable, Flexible & Stylish
The RNGR is comfortable, flexible and stylish. Fits on your finger like a glove. Well balanced, makes holding on to your phone in any orientation, a breeze. Unlike other ring holders, the RNGR is also a phone stand with 180 degrees of tilt, you can watch movies or videos at the perfect angle.
Customer Questions and Answers
Sure it fit's on a phone, what about a tablet?
The RNGR is strong and versatile enough for any phone and even larger heavy tablets.
This guy on Amazon even used it for large sliding glass windows.
Can I still use Qi wireless charging?
Depending on the placement of your RNGR on the back of your phone or case, you may still be able to use Qi wireless charging. We can’t guarantee it of course. You should buy one and test it with your specific charger.
Can the RNGR be used with magnetic car and wall mounts?
Yes, the RNGR is constructed from steel. It will work great with magnetic car or wall mounts.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 is finally in the real. Pre-orders for Samsung’s new flagship phone will be available on March 2. Better get started planning how to upgrade. You have five days to sell your old phone and prepare to purchase the new S9 or S9 Plus.
No matter how you plan to get rid of your old phone, and whether you want to get the best price, or (like me) you can't stand crapware, your best bet is to buy the Galaxy S9 directly from Samsung.
Here’s how the pricing breaks down (via USA Today). Samsung is selling an unlocked version of the Galaxy S9 that works with any carrier for $720 (or 24 monthly payments of $30). The super-sized Galaxy S9+ is available for $840 (or $35 per month for two years). On top of that, the company is offering up to $350 off if you trade in an older phone, with the exact discount depending on the model and its current condition.
By comparison, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint are all selling the Galaxy S9 for around $790 and the Galaxy S9+ for anywhere from $910-$930. So you’re essentially paying extra for a phone that’s locked to a specific carrier and comes with a bunch of extra software you probably don’t want. Verizon and Sprint have already confirmed trade-in deals just like Samsung’s, while AT&T hasn’t announced any sort of discount for now.
If you’re on T-Mobile it’s not quite as bad. The carrier is offering pretty much the exact same pricing as Samsung, along with up to $360 in trade-in discounts. The downside is that your Galaxy S9 will still come loaded with bloatware that takes up storage space and slows down the device.
If you absolutely need to buy from your carrier do it through Best Buy for an added discount. For most people, though, buying the Galaxy S9 from Samsung is the way to go. You’ll get a solid price without all that xtra annoying software to deal with. Best of all, your new phone won’t be tied to one particular carrier.
About the Author
Cameron Christian Owner, President-CEO, TechSMRT. After 25 Years in the corporate world, I am creating my own destiny. I bought the business so we can continue delighting our customers with innovative consumer electronics accessories that are beautiful and functional. Follow us on Instagram or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.