Review: Ninja Loop & Petite Loop

From the “it’s so simple, why didn’t I think of that” file comes these products:

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On the left is the Ninja Loop. On the right is the Petite Loop from Loop. The idea is that you can use these to ensure that your phone is always secure in your hand. The reason why it’s simple is that it leverages the case that one tends to use to protect their phone. Installation is simple and I will use the Ninja Loop to show how simple it is.

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Basically you take your case and sitck one end of the Ninja Loop on the inside of your case. Then you loop it through the camera hole, and then loop it through an opening on the bottom of the case and stick it on the inside. You want to leave some slack so that your fingers can fit through the Ninja Loop on the back. The net result is this:

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As up you can see, the Ninja Loop allows me to slide two fingers in this case through the loop to securly hold the phone. I tried to get the strap to break over a couple of days and I couldn’t. Impressive! Now, the Petite Loop differs from the Ninja Loop in the fact that it is a loop that hangs down from the phone rather than the way that you see above. That way you can choose what works for you.

The best part is that both loops are beyond affordable. The Ninja Loop is $6.63 CAD, the Petite Loop is the same price and they are available in a wide variety of colors. As far as I am concerned, this is a slam dunk in terms of recommending this product. It’s easy to install and it works. What more can you want from a product?

 

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