Phone Magsafe Finger Loop Who is the Best?
At present, the prices of smartphones from companies such as Apple and Samsung are getting higher and higher. For example, the current price of the iPhone 14 Pro is $999, and the price of future series such as the iPhone 15 to be launched will only be higher.
It's frustrating to have to replace your phone if it's because you've dropped it. Even if the phone is dropped and doesn't cause complete damage, such as cobwebs generated on the touchscreen (which doesn't require a high drop), it can make it difficult for you to continue using it.That's why so many people choose to use a cell phone grip to help them get a better grip on their phone.
After Apple released the magsafe function, the phone grip market also ushered in changes, and most of the phone grips made by well-known brands support magsafe. Today we discuss the good and bad of Magsafe phone grip products from Anker, Popsockets, and Magone.
At the heart of the Anker 610 Magnetic Phone Grip is a thick chrome ring with a compact and minimalist design, and the ring and ring handle don't have too much bells and whistles, feeling solid and reliable. When in use, it can be pulled out from the outer ring of the magnet and used as a handle or a stand. However, it is not suitable as a vertical stand for mobile phones, because the angle is so small that the mobile phone can hardly be lifted from the horizontal position. The thickness of the handle is about 5mm, which hardly affects the pocket.
PopSockets PopGrip is a bit more colorful and customizable than Anker's. It comes in a variety of designs, patterns, and colors to match your personality and style. The loop is made of durable silicone material, which provides a comfortable grip and secure hold.
The reputation of Popsockets is very good, but what is often criticized is its thickness. It is 7.46mm when stowed and 24.71mm when unfolded, which is often called bulky.
The Magone phone grip is a simple set of two rings. One contains a magnetic ring that attaches to the phone. On the outside is a thinner ring that pivots on a friction hinge, and when in use use it as a stand for either landscape or portrait viewing positions, it stays nicely where you set it. The overall thickness is about 3mm, which does not affect putting it in a pocket, even a jeans pocket.
In the middle is a silicone elastic band that attaches to either side of the inner ring and is designed to place at least one finger underneath to hold your phone. The only concern is whether the silicone strap will fall off. However, EWA, the company that makes Magone, said that the maximum tensile force of the silicone strap can reach 1.45kg, and they have extra silicone straps for each product to prevent accidents.
The outside of the MagOne is also magnetic, so it sticks to any MagSafe mount or charger. This means you can also charge your phone without removing the handle. This is a unique feature not found in other MagSafe compatible controllers.
Overall, all three magsafe finger grip from Anker, PopSockets, and MagOne provide a comfortable grip and secure hold for your phone. The choice between them depends on your personal preferences and style. Anker is a good choice if you prefer a minimalist design, while PopSockets is a better option if you want a colorful and customizable loop. If you like a thin and light phone grip and often use magsafe to charge, MagOne is a good choice.