Brada

Published on July 13th, 2010 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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BRADA iPad stand





Materials: BRADA laptop support

Description: My husband and I both bought iPads but when they are flat against the table they are hard to read and use and have a tendency to get scratched on the back.

I saw the BRADA laptop support for AUD$10 in Ikea and it was an easy hack.

Cut it in half and voila! Two iPad stands!

~ Jen Burn, Sydney, Aust

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10 Responses to BRADA iPad stand

  1. Anonymous says:

    I bet this could be used for a Kindle stand as well.

  2. Jérémy says:

    iPad is useless, expensive for bad quality …
    but cool hack ;)

  3. tina says:

    This is great! We don’t have this product in the US… just the BRADA hard-top pillow thing. I like this much better and it’s great for the iPad, I agree.

  4. Alicia says:

    The BRADA laptop support is available in the US, at least in many of the California stores.

  5. Anonymous says:

    how did you cut it in half? what saw did you use?

  6. Anonymous says:

    This product is available in the US… it’s $2.50 I believe. I am using it right now.

  7. Nixolus says:

    Nice, But looks like you sawed your table in half as well.

  8. Anonymous says:

    ANy ideas for one that sits on top of you in bed? It needs to be more upright and maybe on a cushion.

  9. Crickett says:

    Ha! Thanks again Jen, for this great idea. I got one yesterday and cut it in half, my Dad’s now using one for his Nook e-reader and I’m going to use the other half for an iPad. And only less than $3 US for both. :)

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