Description:This consumer product is an accessory that provides enhanced usability to mobile phones and tablets.
The latest design of our "Band" is two parts:
1. Round Base that attaches to the back of the phone (made from a low-friction polymer like polyethylene)
2. A "band" that overlaps with the Round Base (1) and rotates/spins around it. (made from polyethylene over-molded with rubber to provide elasticity to the top band part)
The rubber part of the band elongates so that an individual's finger can be placed underneath the band and above the base. The elasticity part is important so it can accommodate different finger sizes.
The product allows users to hold the phone more securely.
Our current challenge is the design of the "Band" (2). This is where we need the help.
As shown in the attached STL file for the Band, there are two circles on either side of the flap that holds the finger down. These circle were put there to provide some added elasticity to the rubber piece.
While it does functionally work well, the current design does not look durable or very elegant.
We'd like to rethink the band design to make it look incredibly user-friendly, allowing the band to stretch upright to accommodate different finger sizes, while being functionally superior to the current design.
Designer will need to provide STL files for my prototyping company to be able to work with.
1. the most aesthetically pleasing design
2. One that considers usability (user sliding in their finger and feeling secure)
3. Understand the implications of tooling design -- we don't want to have to make an injection molding tool that is massively expensive due to a complicated design.
Ask for Sample:Would like sample designs to determine winner.
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#12 Iphone Accessory by Indrawan
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#27 Finger Gap for Phone - 2nd Version by Andika Jamaluddin
#6 Iphone Holder rev A by Miguel Noble
#26 phone ACCESSORY by Vladimir Nikolic
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