CINCINNATI - Tired of fumbling with your phone in the car? We hit the road to put the Sticky Pad to the test.
The Handstands Sticky Pad is supposed to keep your cellphone firmly on your dash while you drive, allowing you to use it hands-free, and with cars enabled with Bluetooth.
Our tester found that it does hold the phone in place, even if you have to brake suddenly. But it has a drawback: its size.
While it fit the iPhone we tested, it's only big enough for one phone and no other accessories. The packaging claims it can fit sunglasses, keys and more.
Also -- once parked -- the Sticky Pad was so sticky it wouldn't let go of the phone. It pulled right off the dashboard every time, which he found to be was a bit annoying.
We found the Sticky Pad at Bed, Bath and Beyond for $4.99.
This is an unscientific test with unscientific results.
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