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It's an Epidemic! Bent Smartphone Pinky

It's no joke. Hundreds of people have reported bent pinky fingers from hold their smartphones.  And those are only the one's who have reported about their ailment, I'm sure there are thousands or more out there. You know what I mean, balancing your phone in your hand with your poor, little pinky finger suffering to keep it upright. Our hands are not made for this. There are also lots of carpal tunnelvictims also being reported.  Just GOOGLE "Smartphone pinky" or "Smartphone Carpal Tunnel" as you we get thousands of results. This type of repetitive movement and strain will cause more and more problem for yourself as time passes.  You don;t want to end up with some messed up claw hand when you are older...

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Pokemon Go and Ingress gamers see the benefit of Flygrip on their smartphones

Over the last few years, I have gotten emails from many different gamers that use Flygrip and swear by it.  One of these games is physical active game called INGRESS.  Learn more at http://www.pokemongo.com and  https://www.ingress.com POKEMON GO and INGRESS players are very active while playing the game.  They are walking, running, hiking and bicycling.. And they ALWAYS have their phone in their hands because the game consistently steers them in the right direction using the GPS embedded in the game.  All this active movement tends to lead to a dropped phone very often. With a Flygrip on your phone, you are able to keep one hand free to comfortably hold your phone and navigate to your destination without the fear of...

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Customized iPhone Accessories for Enhanced Protection and Easy Operation

Have you dropped your iPhone 6 Plus yet? No one would ever want to. But, what if you do? Durability tests proclaim that newer versions of iPhones, including iPhone 6 Plus are quite strong. However, when you hold them, they feel unusually delicate. The fine metal body, the glass and metal design, and the curved lines on the phone would make you want to use it with a pillow underneath it. Even after owning it for a month or two, you will keep pampering it. But, is this how you want to use your phone? Don't you need to be unstressed and relaxed? Don't you want to just keep your phone in your pocket or bag and then do everything...

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Does Flygrip work on curved back phones? Yes indeed!

We get questions like this all the time, and yes, Flygrip pretty much works with EVERY phone. I am a firm believer of "Where there's will there's a way" For curved back phones like the Nexus 6, or Moto X, or LG G-Flex, you can always make Flygrip work by adding a little extra adhesive to the bottom of the Flygrip.  Sometimes adding a slice of adhesive to the bottom edges (not just in the center), to compensate for the curve.  You may need to cut a section of the additional adhesive to do this, but shouldn't take longer than a minute to do correctly. See picture below for a better understanding of what I am referring to since a...

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FLYEASE meet FLYGRIP.. Different product, yet similar in one important way

Dear NIKE, Just do it??  I did do it.  I did it 3 years ago with FLYGRIP.  I just saw that you did it recently..and I commend you on it.   I am referring to your FLYEASE sneaker.  I like that you thought outside the box and engineered something that will help millions of people.  Not just the general population, but those with MS and other difficulties, injuries, ailments, syndromes, diseases that prevent them from using two hands.   See our other blog post about Flygrip and amputees, MS, CP, Stroke victims and more.   Even though FLYGRIP and FLYEASE are two totally different products, they have one BIG SIMILARITY other than the name...Both will help the quality of life of...

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