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May 20, 2007

Handstands Jelly Sticky Pad


Official car dash sticky pad of bookofjoe.

Not only does it hold whatever you place on it, but it also looks good enough to pass for original equipment.

From the website:

    Automotive Jelly Sticky Pad


    • Holds objects on dash — clings to any car dash

    • Washable, removable, reusable

    • Temperature-resistant

    • Non-magnetic

    • No adhesives

    • 3-3/4" x 5-7/8" x 1/32"


Black, Blue or Red.


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I got to know you are doing sticky pad business.
And we are a manufacuture of the sticky pad, and I want to know if is it possible to set up a good business relation between us on such product.



Posted by: Felix | Mar 31, 2009 4:07:56 AM

Well, I give it a 9 cause I think it is great and it is a must to get the jelly tpye for sure!! It sticks better than the non-jelly. Be sure and move it around on the dashboard so it wont discolor the dashboard.

Posted by: Katie | Dec 9, 2008 10:50:59 PM

I've had one of these in my car for a couple of years.

The first couple weeks, it works. They claim that it is washable with just soap and water, but after it stops sticking, it stops sticking. That whole idea that you can stick phones at 45 degree angles anywhere...didn't really work even starting off. I have a small indented ledge on my dash that I threw mine on. It stops everything from sliding out my passenger side window, but I still need to take care that it doesn't loosen and fly off anyways.

So I'd give it 5 out of 10. Honestly, it is a LOT better than having nothing, and better than the idea of putting industrial velcro on the back of all my electronics.

Posted by: clifyt | May 20, 2007 9:10:31 AM

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