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Rokform Introduces New Made In The USA Solution to Revolutionize Mobile Phone Mounts


ORANGE COUNTY, Calif., April 6 – Rokform LLC is proud to announce a solution for large ineffective mobile phone mounts.  Working in conjunction with the award winning magnetically enabled Rokbed v3 iPhone4 4/s case, the new Lil'Rok magnetic button allows iPhone4 4/s users simplicity and function through the power of rare earth magnets.

"Mobile phone users have been struggling for years on where to effectively place their device while in the car. Past offerings have been bulky claw type apparatuses unpleasing to the eye and highly ineffective. We can now offer an elegant solution," exclaimed Craig Erion, President of Rokform LLC.

With the size and profile of a coat button; the sleek, stylish, nonintrusive, Lil' Rok is a perfect addition to any luxury automobile, home, or office interior. Any space where one needs a convenient designated spot to store, charge, or use of their iPhone 4 4/s.  Milled in the USA from solid billet aluminum, the Lil' Rok houses a powerful rare earth magnet with 10 lbs. of pull force.  The complete unit attaches to most semi hard surfaces via ultra strong 3M VHB double-sided adhesive.

Lil'Rok Highlights:

  • Used in conjunction with magnetically enabled Rokbed v3 iPhone 4 4/s case
  • Ultra small and sleek design blends in with luxury interiors and surfaces.
  • Housing milled from solid 6061 T6 aircraft aluminum.
  • Rare earth magnet with 10lbs. full force.
  • 3M VHB double-sided adhesive makes installs in seconds.
  • Designed and made in the USA.

The Lil'Rok is available in natural aluminum or black anodized, both with a laser engraved Rokform logo. The Lil'Rok retails for $16 and is available at www.Rokform.com.

Launched in January 2011 Rokform® has quickly established itself in the mobile accessory marketplace by manufacturing uniquely designed and engineered products for the iPhone and iPad. Rokform® products include Billet Aluminum and Polycarbonate Cases, Screen Protectors, Lanyards and Stands. Rokform products are available through select resellers and from www.rokform.com.

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Source: Rokform

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