Save your phone and your hands with these adorable PopSockets deals

Popsockets Spread Pixel 4a Rose Star Wars Disney
Popsockets Spread Pixel 4a Rose Star Wars Disney (Image credit: Ara Wagoner / Android Central)

I know Cyber Monday is supposed to be about saving hundreds on big-ticket items like laptops and phones and mattresses — ah, my mattress feels so good this winter morning — but sometimes it's the little deals that can make the biggest difference.

Take these PopSockets, for example. These little plastic accordions pop up and down on the back of your phone, giving you a more stable and more ergonomic grip for your phone. This means your hands will hurt less if you're using your phone for longer periods of time. And it'll be easier to hold your phone up at head height so that you're not straining your neck looking down at your phone all day.

Best of all, PopSockets come in thousands of adorable styles. Also, now that they're swappable, they don't interfere with wireless charging. So grab some while they're 25% off at both Amazon and and give them as stocking stuffers! They look cool, and they're healthy for your kids' hands, a win-win!

There are PopSockets styles for every interest out there, from NBA fans to Star Wars nerds to classic Disney to Pokémon and DC Comics. There's also PopSockets with fun textures and materials like the Disco Crystal series, aluminum spinner tops, and glitter swirls. And of course, there's stunning enamel PopTops, like the La Vie En Rose I bought during the Prime Day sale last month so I'd have a nice red and green PopSocket for the Christmas season.

You having swappable PopSockets means you can buy yourself multiple styles and wear whichever one matches your mood, your case, your outfit, or the local festivities. You can also swap them off at the end of the day when it's time to throw your phone on the wireless charger. There are other phone grips out there if you prefer something a little more utilitarian. Still, PopSockets are the Kleenex of the phone grip world for a reason: they're affordable, long-lasting, and reliable.

Ara Wagoner

Ara Wagoner was a staff writer at Android Central. She themes phones and pokes YouTube Music with a stick. When she's not writing about cases, Chromebooks, or customization, she's wandering around Walt Disney World. If you see her without headphones, RUN. You can follow her on Twitter at @arawagco.