Get to Know TLTD®
Why didn't my phone come with this built-in?!@detwylder
Love how I can open and close it one handed. I had a popsocket, but didn't even use it half of the time.@chrissirose23
It's like having a pillow for your firstname.lastname@example.org
From the lock to the silicone cushion, this feels like a high-quality product.@shannnya
TLTD is preferred to those pop plungers as it doesn't block or slow down wireless charging. And while the plungers are popular, many folks don't actually use them for quick tasks. TLTD lock on the other hand, is super easy to flick open and closed with your pinkie.
As for the rings, they too interfere with wireless chargers, but worse than that, they quickly become uncomfortable as they put all the phone's weight into a small area.
While the straps and loops are more comfortable than the ring grips, many complain that they can't easily slide their middle finger through, and once they do, their thumb can't reach buttons along the bottom of their phone.
TLTD is the only grip that doesn't cover personalized cases and helps extend your reach for selfies.
TLTD will not stick to sot silicone, fabric or heavily textured cases. TLTD will stick phones with glass backs, but please allow 4 hour of adhesion time before flicking TLTD open.
TLTD® uses magnets for its lock to give it the perfect amount of tension to flick open. Similar to tests conducted by Apple on the new iPhone12 which has magnets on the back of the phone,
Credit Cards: We have not seen any issues, even when carried with a wallet in the same pocket.
Compass/GPS: TLTD® does not cause any issues with GPS or Compass in our tests. Navigation apps will work fine.