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Lethal Pro Stand Secures Gadgets, Scares Owners

by Lambert Varias
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The Joby Gorillapod has a new challenger in the versatile gadget holder/stand game. The Lethal Pro by Zoll may not have an animal in it’s name, but it looks very much like one,  and it’s not just for looks either. Whereas Joby achieves versatility through flexibility, Zoll prefers to do it by uh, multi-leggability.

lethal pro gadget standThe Lethal Pro is made of a combination of a lightweight alloy and carbon fiber, which makes it strong yet feathery light – it weighs 8oz. but has a maximum load of 22 lbs. Its six legs are quite handy – what! – not only for propping up your gadgets at various heights and angles. Just like Joby’s products, the Lethal Pro can cling onto a variety of surfaces and materials with ease.

The other feature that extends the Lethal Pro’s use is its highly adjustable receptacle, allowing it to hold thousands of products, from cameras to tablets. Here’s an instructional video for the stand:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNXfWpw0moo

You can order the Lethal Pro from Zoll’s online store; the frosted finish model sells for $130 (USD), or for more shiny you can get the mirrored finish model for $140.

[via Werd]



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