So It Goes
Designed by Bay Area natives Brad Leong, Danny Fukuba, and Sam Gordon, this clever, hands-free device possesses Silicon Valley design sensibility, with its clean, minimal aesthetic and its user-friendly functionality. Using a single, configurable piece, this little dynamo allows you to use your smart phone in ways that you couldn't before. Using its strong suction pads, you can use the OonaTM to take your cellphone wherever you need to go: stick it to your cabinets to peruse cookbooks as you prep dinner, to a whiteboard to reference typed notes as you teach, to your bedpost to use it as an alarm clock, or to your windshield to avoid losing your phone beneath your car seats. And its innovative mount allows the Oona to serve as a tripod when you need to snap a shot or take a video. It simply screws in just like any other camera mount, so you can take impressive timelapse photography with nothing more than this clever piece and your smartphone. The design also allows you to grab all the way around to the back of the phone making it easy to type while on the dock. The primary component is made out of aircraft-grade aluminum that is polished and anodized for a strong, scratch-resistant finish. Designed in California. Made in China.