Kenu Stance iPhone Tripod

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

iPhone tripods have seen a surge in popularity in recent years as smartphone cameras have become the most ubiquitous device on the planet. The Kenu Stance one-ups the competition though, adding some solid functionality to their offering.

The compact tripod is constructed from a lightweight, yet strong zinc alloy. The device weighs just 1.2 ounces, folds up into a pocket sized tool, and makes taking timelapse and group photos a breeze thanks to the fully rotational pivoting ball. Each leg has been outfitted with non-slip plastic feet, and the built-in bottle opener is something you should always have within arm’s reach. The tripod connects to iPhones with Lightning port connectors, and also works with the fifth-generation iPod Touch. When you’re not using it for its tripod functionality (or the nifty bottle opener), Kenu also serves nicely as a kickstand for watching movies and videos on the go. It’s also available for Android and Windows powered smartphones. [Purchase]

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