James Madison Dukes NCAA Black HANDLstick
The official NCAA HANDLstick smartphone grip and stand attaches directly to the back of your existing smartphone case or phone. No need to switch cases.
- Officially licensed NCAA product
- Effortless, secure grip allows you to scroll endlessly, take better photos, and text hands-free
- Multi-functional kickstand clips into portrait mode and easily flips into landscape mode
- Pairs with any device, strong adhesive attaches the base directly to the back of your device or case
- Compatible with most wireless chargers
- 30-day money-back guarantee
HANDL interfaces utilize a patented elastic brace attached to the back of your phone or case, allowing the user to slip fingers through and keep a tight grip on the phone – whether speaking, typing or taking selfies. It feels like the phone is floating in your hand. You can now use your smartphone more securely, in any situation, without the tight grip that causes hand and wrist tension. HANDL interfaces free one hand for multitasking.The sleek phone cases are also functional, offering kickstand positioning that works in both landscape mode and portrait mode. They provide protection against drops and are wireless charging compatible.
HANDL's unique patented design allow you to hold your smartphone with one hand in a variety of ways that are the most comfortable for your current situation.
HANDL Cases are the brainchild of world-renown New York City artist Allen Hirsch, who has had a fascination with the power of screens since his late teens. Whether it be television in the 1970s, computers in the 1980s or phones thereafter, Hirsch has documented our interconnectedness with screens in his art and this helped lead him to invent HANDL.
One day he was painting a picture while texting using a new large screen phone with the other hand and was immediately struck by the similarities of both actions. “In one hand, I was projecting my thoughts and feelings effortlessly on canvas with the brush and with the other, I was also projecting my thoughts and feelings into this little metal box- although with none of the flow and efficiency of the paint brush. I immediately felt this was a problem for me to solve.” Hirsch spent the next 8 months attaching all sorts of homemade constructions on his phone until one day, with a bunch of popsicle sticks held together with thumbtacks, tape and a rubber band, he had an epiphany and HANDL was born. “With HANDL, we replace that stressful grip on our devices with a feeling that our phones are an organic extension of our hands and fingers.”
Hirsch’s art has been frequently featured on the covers of Time magazine, exhibited in the White House and Smithsonian. Hirsch has also been active as a real estate developer in Manhattan and is a founder of La Esquina restaurant in Soho, and co-founder of the Kaaterskill Inn in the Hudson Valley. A documentary produced by the New York Times about his art and monkey, called Long Live Benjamin, recently won an Emmy.
Some of Allen Hirsch's work can be seen below. For more information, please visit allenhirsch.com