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  1. PatrickGSR94's Avatar
    Tablift looks like a great idea to me. Even watching stuff on the iPhone in bed makes my arms hurt after awhile. The heavier iPad would only be worse. Has anyone else seen anything that would hold it up securely while lying down? Doubtful, otherwise this Kickstarter project wouldn't be there.

    Barefoot girl makes it better, too.
    2012-07-03 07:34 PM
  2. mmaboi21's Avatar
    Hi! I'm Mark Donohoe, the creator of The Momentum. I know exactly what you mean about those signal bars which is precisely why I designed this case with the diagonal slots in the side as to not block the signal the way a standard case would. Additionally, the phone itself is held cushioned in rubber bumpers on the inside so the aluminum frame doesn't actually touch the sides as it does in most other cases. Signal reception was one of the biggest hurdles to overcome. For me with an iPhone 4 (not even the 4S), I lose on average about a half bar, and this from the phone that could lose two just by holding it different!

    Funny you should say that. This is Mark Donohoe, the creator of The Momentum. I've actually been considering an offer for all backers of The Momentum to get $20 off our iPhone 5 version of The Momentum when it comes out. That way, even if you sell your case for $30 on eBay, you'd still be up ten. And even so, at $40 to start when most simple plastic shells are at $30 and heck... stickers are at $20, it really is a steal.

    Plus, one drop from your phone not protected will cost you more than my iPhone 4/4S *and* my iPhone 5 version (and a few other things too!)

    Feel free to write me directly at Mark [a](t) InertialDesign{dot}com if you have any questions.

    mmaboi21, stay tuned! We're about to release something specifically for people like you. After all, I feel exactly the same way! Keep checking as well as Kickstarter. It should be released by next week, if not sooner.
    Will do man, thanks for the reply.
    2012-07-03 08:56 PM
  3. soidroidios's Avatar
    No reason for the last one at all? Have you ever tried to put on some of these aluminum cases like TikTok's offering or their iPod nano watch encasings? Screws, screws and more screws. Once your phone is in the case there's no taking it out unless you have immediate access to a screw driver.
    Question is why you would want to keep it on and off in the first place?
    2012-07-05 02:09 PM
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