Spigen stand update

kodaker

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Jan 10, 2015
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I like my Spigen stand except that it is so lightweight it moves around as I put the watch on and off of it. I had a piece of marble from an old desk pen stand that is close to the size of the stand so I removed the original rubber feet from the Spigen and epoxied the marble to the bottom and then added a small piece of rubber drawer liner to the bottom of the marble and now it's as steady as a rock.
 

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Bryan Bowler

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Sep 27, 2008
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Your solution looks really nice -- thanks for sharing it with us!

Just to offer a different point of view, even though the stand is very light, it doesn't pose a problem for me. I still find it very easy to put my watch on the stand and take it off. Not knocking the OP, just offering my take on how it works for me.
 

Glene

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Sep 13, 2014
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Your solution looks really nice -- thanks for sharing it with us!

Just to offer a different point of view, even though the stand is very light, it doesn't pose a problem for me. I still find it very easy to put my watch on the stand and take it off. Not knocking the OP, just offering my take on how it works for me.
Same here, I'm using it on the road for a month, never a problem getting it clicked on with one hand on bed table. At home, the mophie is my permanent stand.
 
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Viper2005

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Dec 2, 2007
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I bought a strip of micro suction tape and secured the stand to my desk that way. The stand itself is so light that the charging cable would move it.
 
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