Propr Handle supporting an Amazon Kindle
The Propr Handle conveniently props the reader at a comfortable reading angle.
Made of 3D-printed plastic, the Propr Handle was designed to solve an inconvenience that one encounters with tablets and flat-screen devices.
Propr Handle in action
Applying the Propr Handle is very simple -- it uses a rubber suction disk and on a flat device and requires a simple 90-degree twist to engage the suction.
Propr Handle viewing angle
Just one way to hold the Propr Handle, this shows how the hand can rest comfortably rather than being forced to awkwardly grasp the thin edges of the device bevel.
Propr Handle from the side.
Propr Handle works with phones.
The Propr Handle works on flat phones as well, and fits most later models of smartphone devices (iPhone 5 pictured.)
The Propr Handle props up large tablets as well, including this 12-inch iPad.
Propr Handle options
The Propr Handle ring can be attached at any angle, allowing for the hand and fingers to find the most comfortable fit for your position.
Propr Handle flexible holding.
Propr Handle ring in a horizontal position.
Propr Handle on a table
The Propr Handle is a good short-term stand for a device.
Printing the Propr Handle
This Propr Handle prototype was 3D printed on a PrintrBot Simple.
Propr Handle concept
A snapshot of some of the Propr Handle ideation.
Propr Handle mesh design
This version of the prototype was designed with Autodesk Fusion360.
The Propr Handle in action.
The first Propr Handle prototype and its inventor in Washington, D.C.