This simple tool comes to good use when you are surfing, chatting or having digital meetings. The lightweight bamboo design takes up little space and the two slots fit most devices - even with the cover on.
Helpful for keeping your hands free while talking or browsing on your mobile device.
Suitable for most mobile phones and tablets thanks to the two slot sizes.
Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care, durable, natural material.
IKEA of Sweden
Suitable for mobile phones/tablets up to 11”.
Bamboo, Clear acrylic lacquer
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Length: 5 "
Width: 3 ¼ "
BERGENESHolder for mobile phone/tabletArticle Number104.579.99
Width: 3 ¼ "
Height: ¾ "
Length: 5 "
Weight: 4 oz
Phone doesn’t fitAILEENWith a phone case on, the phone doesn’t fit well. It will fit in the larger side but only slightly and not at all on the slimmer side. Oddly the iPad mini fits fine with the slim case I have on it.3
It’s small easy to useAndaleebIt’s small easy to use you can take it everywhere5
GiftsElizzettEasy gift... great buy...got 5 of them5
iPhonelinLove it. Holds my phone perfectly.5
Make your phone visible asJAMESMake your phone visible as an alarm clock...easy!5
Well made, simple design andHowardWell made, simple design and stylish.5
greatMireillewish it fit my cell phone better in the Otterbox case. It's a little sung, but still does the job.4
Phone StandAshleyI’m very glad that I purchased this product. I bought two, one for my desk and the other for use in my kitchen. It fits my iPhone with its case. I also appreciate that it’s made of wood.5
Excellent valuelauraExcellent value5
Why does it say ikea on it?NicoleI mean, I love IKEA so much! But I didn’t notice at first that it said ikea on the side. And I prefer it did not have that. I bought it because my room is like a tropical British colonial theme, so I’m adding bamboo/rattan stuff everywhere. This was cute. But I just didn’t like that part of it2
I really love the simplicitydavidI really love the simplicity of the design and the bamboo material. But, the slots are too small for phones with protective cases. It didn't cost much. I guess I'll keep it.2
Phone holderCAROLWork ok but the wide grove could be a bit wider for those of us who have cases on our devices5
SturdyCrisaSturdy and stable. I don’t care for the angle it leaves my device tilted toward. Not with big enough for phone with a case.3
Great giftKathryn J.Worked perfectly. Simple and tasteful look.5
It seems somewhat useless toDebraIt seems somewhat useless to me. The appearance and quality are great.3
Handy ToolJENNAThis is a great little phone holder. I own three. I have one on our island to hold phone for recipes while cooking. I have one on my desk and one in the lounge. Inexpensive and great tool to help5
Phone standDennisPhone will not fit if you have any case whatsoever.2
Very cute to have onLauraVery cute to have on a nightstand.5
Works very wellPamNow my phone has a place it belongs on the kitchen counter and is held at a great angle for watching videos and reading recipes!5
The slots are too smallGISELAThe slots are too small for today's phones.4
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As pressure on the world’s forests and the surrounding eco-systems increases due to unsustainable agriculture, the expansion of infrastructure and illegal logging, it is time to take an even more holistic approach to protect and support these important resources for generations to come. The IKEA Forest Positive Agenda for 2030 set out to improve forest management, enhance biodiversity, mitigate climate change and support the rights and needs of people who depend on forests across the whole supply chain and drive innovation to use wood in even smarter ways. The agenda focuses on three key areas: • Making responsible forest management the norm across the world. • Halting deforestation and reforesting degraded landscapes. • Driving innovation to use wood in smarter ways by designing all products from the very beginning to be reused, refurbished, remanufactured, and eventually recycled.
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What is bamboo?
Strong, flexible and one of the world's fastest growing plants – bamboo has many uses that make it an excellent renewable material. It’s a type of grass and usually grows without the need for fertilizers or irrigation. After being harvested, it grows new shoots that are ready for harvesting after 4-6 years. At IKEA, we use bamboo for items like furniture, bathroom decor, baskets and lamps – and we are constantly exploring more areas of use for this versatile material.