GripTight GorillaPod MagneticTM

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Mount and flexible tripod for your iPhone, Android, or Windows phone

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Now even more
versatile with super
strong magnetic feet!

GripTight GorillaPod Magnetic
Super strong magnetic feet attach to any ferrous metal surface, like poles, fences or refrigerators.
Portable, lightweight, and made from best-in-class materials! Fits easily in your bag without adding extra weight, yet is durable enough to withstand years of use.
Flexible, wrappable legs allow you to secure your camera almost anywhere, indoors or out! Rubberized ring and foot grips provide stability on uneven terrain, and grip securely when wrapping around branches or poles.
Two products in one! Detach the smartphone mount and use it on any tripod. Or attach your point & shoot camera or mini camcorder to the GorillaPod Magnetic with the slim-line quick release clip and universal ¼"-20 tripod screw.
Reliable rubber grip pads secure your phone in place, even when turned sideways! Pads fold flat so the mount can easily fit in your pocket.
Adjustable grip fits all iPhones and most Android & Windows phones with or without a case. Plus it won't get in the way of your accessories, like cell lenses.

GripTight Magnetic at a Glance

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GripTight Magnetic Specifications
Designed For Smartphones between 2.1 - 2.8 in | 54 - 72 mm wide
Max Weight Load 325 Grams 0.7 Pounds 11.5 Ounces
Product Weight 80 Grams 0.175 Pounds 2.8 Ounces
Product Dimensions H:  22.5 cm | 8.9 in W:  3 cm | 1.2 in D:  3 cm | 1.2 in
Connection Point ¼"-20  standard tripod mount
Two Great Products in One!

Unscrew the GripTight Mount and use the GorillaPod Magnetic with your point & shoot camera instead.

GripTight Mount will work on any tripod, including all GorillaPods! It's also compatible with most phone cases and accessories!

Tips from Pro Photographer *safe solvent

Meet Martin Reisch

Martin Reisch has been shooting with a GorillaPod for years and his long distance self-portrait photos have become iconic on in the world of iPhoneography. We're pretty sure he started a new genre of self-portraiture, and boy are we glad he did! For a daily dose of inspiration, follow him of Instagram @safesolvent. Here Martin shares his tips for using GripTight Magnetic and improving your phone photography.

Think Outside the Box

The GorillaPod essentially removes the "I have to be holding it" part of the photo equation and also adds this "ceilings and fences can be surfaces too" element. It opens up a lot of opportunity for uniqueness in my photography. Usually, I’m putting equal amounts of effort into finding interesting places to shoot and finding a place to put my GorillaPod. Often, I'll see a potential spot that I can hang or grip my GorillaPod onto and then see what it gives through the lens.

Position Your GripTight

My best tip for using the GripTight GorillaPod Magnetic is that you only need to use two legs to grip, one on either side of your phone. Then you can use the third leg to provide stability for your phone by bending it into an angle and having it rest or push off the surface to counter-balance your phone, preventing it from slipping forwards or backwards.

Shoot Like Nobody's Watching

I often pretend like nobody is around when I’m taking my self-portraits because I know how being self-consciousness affects the final shot. You can tell, even on a small iPhone screen, if someone is not in the moment. Pretend like nobody is looking and you'll get much better self-portrait shots.

Edit and Share

I’m a huge fan of Camera+. It’s essentially the first thing I open when I’m shooting and also often the only app I use to edit. I have started to play with the Slow Shutter for nighttime shooting and I’m very impressed by Photoforge 2 for masking and heavy duty, complex edits. But for the most part, I like a clean image with a bit of contrast boost and a little cross process filter—both of which can be done in Camera+. Obviously, I'm a big fan on Instagram as well.

Stay Inspired

I'm inspired by a combination of the music on my iPhone while I’m wandering around, and the light and architecture of a place. If I’m in a rush, I’ll usually be late because I can't help but capture things like lens flare from the sun hitting a building and reflecting onto the ground. People have started to comment that "*safe solvent time" is 15-20 minutes behind reality.