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Boost Your Mobile Photography & Video with the New JOBY GripTight Stands Designed for Large-Sized Smartphones Like the SAMSUNG Galaxy Note®

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- JOBY expands its bestselling line of compact and versatile smartphone stands with the launch of a larger GripTight Mount™ for large-sized devices such as SAMSUNG Galaxy Note®, Galaxy S® 4, Xiaomi Mi3, and Apple iPhone® paired with a big-sized case. The GripTight smartphone mount and stands help users improve photo clarity, shoot from unique perspectives, capture shake-free video, and enhance their photo and video apps – all with fast and easy set-ups.

"Our original GripTight line is a big hit with iPhone and compact Android smartphone users who are constantly looking for ways to create unique photos & video with their smartphone," said Kate Farmer, JOBY brand manager. "We wanted to provide the same freedom of creativity and usability to consumers who use larger smartphones, such as the Samsung Note, with our new, larger XL GripTight Mount size."

The larger size of the GripTight Mount fits smartphones with a minimum and maximum width of 2.7 to 3.9 inches (69 to 99 millimeters) with or without a case. The Mount is available as a separate purchase, and also paired with a stand: the GripTight Micro Stand or GripTight GorillaPod Stand. 

The innovative GripTight Mount is a universal tripod mount with ¼"-20 thread that supports bestselling smartphones, with or without a protective case. The GripTight Mount allows your smartphone to be mounted on any tripod to give you steady video and crisp photos from new perspectives. Designed with a durable steel inner frame and rubber grip pads, the mount holds your phone in place, even when rotated sideways or upside down.
US MSRP $19.95

The pocket-sized GripTight Micro Stand is a compact, foldable solution to carry in your pocket or on your key chain so it's always at hand. The zinc-aluminum alloy legs, grippy silicone feet, and mini-ballhead with 36 degrees of tilt allow you to stabilize your smartphone and have precise control for your photo and video composition.
US MSRP $29.95

The GripTight GorillaPod Stand is an incredibly adaptable and all-terrain solution with flexible, wrappable joints and grippy, rubber feet. It's designed to secure smartphones to objects, stabilize your camera on uneven surfaces, and position the screen for the best perspective.
US MSRP $29.95

For more information on the new, larger-sized GripTight solutions (XL/tres grand), please visit JOBY.com.

ABOUT JOBY

Based in San Francisco, California, JOBY was founded in 2005 with the introduction of the industry-defining and best-selling GorillaPod flexible tripod. JOBY creates iconic solutions that inspire a creative lifestyle. We believe great design starts with a user-centric approach, is functional yet playful, and enhances people's lives. For more information, please visit JOBY.com.

CONTACT: Adam Lee, 469-375-0311, [email protected]

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