Delivered: The Airhook 2.0- Inflight & In Vehicle Travel Comfort
“Delivered:” is a series in which we look at crowdfunded ideas that have successfully shipped to their supporters. We dive into the final product, after its long journey from concept to fulfillment
The Airhook is the perfect way to support my tablet or cell phone and a drink while traveling. It supports cups, cans or bottles up to 16 ounces. It is perfect forsmall or big and tall travelers, and it can be used for cell phone and tablets up to 9.5 inches tall, and is adjustable for maximum convenience. The Airhook can be easily collapsed and stored inside of a purse or carry on. Installation for it is easy and only takes a minute.
New features have been added to the Airhook to make it more convenient. The stabilizer bar makes setup more secure by creating a clamping affect on my tray table. The convertible mode makes it so I can fold down my drink holder when it is not in use to save additional space. The perch on the device can move so that I can adjust the angle of the Airhook so the best viewing angle for my back. The Airhook can also be used to support a device that simply rests on top of your tray table and not just connect to the top of it. This makes it so that I can take it anywhere with me for the support of my tablet.
The Airhook comes with a convenient neoprene accessory pouch and carabiners to hold the device so that it is kept separate and nice from other items. It is small enough that it can be conveniently stored in my purse and then pulled out for use on the aircraft. The silicone pad that is on the tray table anchor keeps the device secure during turbulence on the plane.
The Airhook has been tested on multiple airlines for compatibility to ensure that it will work no matter which airline that you are flying with. It works on both standard tray tables and also tray tables with upper magazine racks. It also can connect easily to those seats that have the monitors on the back of them. It is designed to work in a number of different scenarios with different kinds of seats and has been featured in many magazines such as Teenvogue, Wired, Daily Mail, The Huffington Post, REfinery 29, and more. A portion of the proceeds from the Airhook will be donated to cancer research to try to find a cure.