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PopSockets vs. Spigen Style Ring: Which grip should you stick to your phone?

Sometimes you just need to get a grip on your phone. We can white-knuckle grip our phones all day while we carry them around, but let's face it: phones get slippery. Hands get sweaty. Sometimes we just need something a little easier to hold on to. There are a number of solutions on the market to help us get a grip, but the two that seem to have risen to the top are PopSockets and the Spigen Style Ring.
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