Philly’s Inquirer Talks About BendyMan
Amid the glut of high-tech, high-priced stands for electronic devices on the market, the simple skinny inexpensive little BendyMan brings a smile – and two thumbs up. What looks like a flat rubber 6-inch cut-out of a simplistic human figure is actually a rubber-coated flexible metal device holder, with arms and legs you bend to cradle your cell phone, e-reader, mini-tablet, or other smallish item. But wait, there’s more. While the .25-inch-thick torso is does the cradling, the slightly thicker head – which wears tiny rubber headphones and a smiley expression – functions as a flashlight.
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