...[the SwingHolder] snapped together in a few minutes, with just two screws to hold the vertical stand in a heavy plastic base. A key feature is the counterweight that holds the device steady but keeps it adjustable with light pressure... The tablet slips behind four rubberized grips that held my tablet in place through some aggressive wiggling."
Brier Dudley, Technology Columnist, Seattle Times
As a musician, I have been balancing my iPad 2 on table edges or hard to see places, and found turning pages with electronic sheet music a delicate process. With the SwingHolder, the music goes where I can see it best, and the page turning swipe is much easier than with old paper music.
The use I most appreciate for the SwingHolder is displaying service literature as I work on cars or my motorcycle. Having the wiring diagram visible and held right next to the actual wiring was a godsend, and being able to keep my greasy hands off the iPad 2 as I look up directions is perfect."
V. Hicks, Amazon Reviewer
My son has cerebral palsy and he has been restricted to a wheelchair his whole life with very limited gross motor skills and needs assistance in all aspects of his day-to-day activities. He is now 19 year old and has developed a lot of personal interest, mostly around reading and studying languages. The SwingHolder has given him a degree of independence he never had before; he can now use his iPad for longer periods of time since he doesn't have to hold it all the time... This device has been a godsend for my son."
B. Epps, Amazon Reviewer