Holiday Gift Guide 2013: KIC Mount Magnetic iPad Mount Review & Giveaway




**The product for this review/giveaway was provided by KIC Mount. All opinions are my own and were not influenced in any way.

As a busy mom of three, I’m always looking for ways to make my days run a bit more smoothly. Whether it’s a kitchen tool or something to help keep the kids entertained…this time of year is especially busy and I appreciate any help I can get!

That’s why I was thrilled when I came across the KIC Mount and learned we were going to have the opportunity to review one!


Features/Benefits:

  • Apple iPad 2 or 3 case with Rare Earth Magnets
  • Sticks your iPad on any metal surface
  • Durable frame protects iPad
When I first learned about the KIC Mount I thought of all the possibilities for a product like this and how it would probably be a must-have for every home. I was right!

When the KIC Mount arrived, I was eager to test it out! I was impressed right away with the quality of the KIC Mount. It is extremely durable and something I could tell will help to protect my iPad from scratches, dents and scuffs when I’m using it. 

I also appreciate just how easy the KIC Mount is to use! First, I simply placed my iPad in the KIC Mount. It snaps in and has a frame that keeps it securely in place.

I then can place the KIC Mount on any magnetic surface. The day it arrived I was doing a lot of baking and cooking in the kitchen. With the holidays around the corner this is where you’ll find me much of the time! With all of my recipes online (and finding many on different blogs and websites) I appreciate a way to access those recipes when I need them without having to have my iPad sitting in my work space. That’s where the KIC Mount came in handy right from the start!

I simply placed my iPad on the side of my fridge (the front is not magnetic). This works out great for me, because it’s near the stove and somewhere I can easily see the recipe I’m using. It’s truly that easy and SO convenient!

At first I wondered just how secure it would be on the fridge. After all, an iPad is heavier and wasn’t certain it would safely stay in place. Thankfully though, it did! The super strong Rare Earth Magnets are amazing! They keep the iPad stable and safe without moving at all. 

Now I’m able to have my iPad in the kitchen, off the counter, and use it to follow my recipes or even catch a favorite show while I bake. YAY!

Not only is it perfect for the kitchen, but I’ve found it’s also great for entertaining little ones! While I’m baking or cleaning, the kids enjoy hanging out in the kitchen as well. I’ve been using the KIC Mount to help keep the kids entertained from time to time and it has worked wonderfully!

I have use it on our dishwasher and the kids gather around it to watch their favorite shows. 
The KIC Mount really has turned out to be what I consider a must-have for all moms. The possibilities are really endless though, and paired with the iPad it can be used in so many different ways. 

My husband commented how it would come in handy when he’s working in the garage. He’s often doing different DIY projects and thought this would be great to place on a cabinet so he could follow the directions, listen to his favorite songs or even look something up while he’s working on his truck. 

Having used the KIC Mount we have been impressed with all this magnetic iPad mount has to offer. The quality is fantastic, and I love that’s it’s made to protect the iPad all while making life easier with it’s convenience and one-of-a-kind features!

With the holidays nearing, I would definitely recommend checking out KIC Mount! It would make a fantastic gift idea for anyone on your list this year. 

Buy It: You can purchase the KIC Mount for $24.99 and it’s available in both black and white.

WIN IT: One very lucky reader is going to WIN a KIC Mount of their own!  


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