Elevation Lab DraftTable V2 for iPad Pro (Full Kit) Rock-Solid & Adjustable | Tablet Stand Holder Dock for Drawing | iPad, Pro, Air, Mini, Nexus, Kindle, Laptop Stand

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The #1 stand for professionals using iPad. Designed by and for digital artists. Doesn’t move when you use it – rock solid at all 4 positions. Ultra-wide angle range. Premium heavy steel & composite construction. Folds flat for storage. NEW: V2 adds indentations for camera bumps, ping-pong paddle texture, a bigger front lip, stronger hinges. Works perfect with Gen 2 Apple Pencils – 100% guaranteed. The top review that says there is an issue, we have never seen it or can repeat it. We use Gen 2 pencils with it everyday. Ships with Arm Rest so you can draw with Apple Pencil all-day without fatigue. And a PencilStand to keep your Pencil handy.

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Ultra stable at any position

Engineered to be rock solid at all positions – so it doesn’t move when you draw on it.

Wide angle adjustment

Engineered hinges allow an ultra-wide range of angles to choose from. Put iPad Pro in the best position for whatever you’re doing.

Easy angle changes

We engineered hidden internally spring-loaded hinges that lock open and closed.

Folds flat for storage & travel

The legs on DraftTable fold flat, so you can hide it just about anywhere. Or put in your backpack to take it with you to the coffee shop.

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Now even better with Sidecar

With Sidecar on macOS Catalina you can use your iPad as a second monitor and as an input device.

Works with all size iPads

Fit your giant 13” iPad Pro and all the way down to an iPad Mini. With virtually any case.

Medical-grade silicone top

Protects and holds your iPad well.

You’ll use your iPad Pro a lot more

Don’t let your iPad end up in a drawer, rarely used. DraftTable creates a home for your iPad, so it’s always ready to use (we keep ours next to our Macs and use it everyday with both native and tethered apps).

Product Dimensions

10.83 x 8.27 x 0.79 inches

Item Weight

4.44 pounds

Manufacturer

Elevation Lab

ASIN

B06XGRK4Y9

UNSPSC Code

43211600

Item model number

FBA_DT-100

Customer Reviews

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Best Sellers Rank

#441 in Tablet Stands

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

March 8, 2017

10 reviews for Elevation Lab DraftTable V2 for iPad Pro (Full Kit) Rock-Solid & Adjustable | Tablet Stand Holder Dock for Drawing | iPad, Pro, Air, Mini, Nexus, Kindle, Laptop Stand

  1. Chakigun

    I don’t use this very often having it for 3 months now. But it’s great and sturdy. I can even carry it inside my ipad bag when Im using a padded backpack anyway. However, I don’t find myself using the wristpad or the pen holder often. This is ideal to use as a desk stand too. When my iPad’s not using it, I put my phones there instead and it shows beautifully. No wobble, no issues with durability on the hinges. Very useful for drawing. You can even lay the iPad Pro 12.9 with a protective back cover without issues. This thing can hande it. Heck I even use the Galaxy Note in it if I wanted to. It’s heft makes it a burden to carry when you want to pack light so think about it. If I were to purchase this again, maybe I’d choose the stand only to save a few bucks. Overall, I’m very happy with my purchase and would recommend it for artists. And if you arent even an artist, you’d want this for using the iPad on a desk. Ideal to use with a bluetooth keyboard. I love it.

  2. Spike

    When Apple introduced the 12.9 iPad Pro and the Apple pen, they invaded the rarified turf of the touchscreen graphics tablets to plant the Apple IOS logo near the top of the heap, and they did so at less than 1/2 the entry price of the single serious competitor. Add the Astropad app, and it becomes possible to operate Photoshop on your Mac with the iPad as a fully interactive drawing surface.What Apple did not supply was a workable stand, and it’s important, because to use any high quality graphics tablet at its best resolution means needing an unyielding surface that won’t wiggle when one is fiddling with the details. Enter Elevation Lab’s multi-pound creation: It holds the iPad at any one of four angles ranging from nearly horizontal to roughly 45 degrees. The changes in angle are achieved by removing the iPad and choosing no legs or one of three legs of differing fixed heights. The base is steel, the legs are heavily built nylon impregnated plastics.The base and the bottom lip are covered in some sort of soft rubber like material to both grip the iPad and prevent scratches. While it is possible to slide the iPad across the base, it takes deliberate effort, and would never occur in the course of drawing.That’s it. For a bit extra they throw in a silicone style wrist rest matched to the width of the iPad and a heavy, rubberlike non-charging stand for the Apple Pencil. Both work well and have “sticky” micro-cellular suction on the bottom. I removed the protective plastic from the bottom of the Pencil stand, as it’s not as stable as I’d like without the stickiness. It can be repeatedly moved without loss of stickiness. I’ve left the wrist rest covered, as it’s quite heavy and not inclined to slide. I use it in a number of positions on my desk. Elevation Labs sells the pencil stand separately, but I’ve not found the wrist rest on their site as a separate item. However it seems very durably made, and I expect that with reasonable care it will last for years.In use, I find that stand does exactly as promised. Though clearly designed for the 12.9 model in horizontal use, it works well in vertical mode, with about 1/3 of the iPad showing above the top of the stand. A smaller iPad would work as well, as the entire upper surface of the stand is is protectively coated.Best feature: the solid gravity only connection between the iPad and desk: It does not wiggle.Downsides: It’s not really moment to moment portable. Though it fits inside a laptop compartment in a pack or bag, Elevation Labs built this for desk use: it’s much too heavy for lap use (though you can always pluck your iPad from the stand – it’s not mechanically fastened).

  3. Amazon Customer

    The Elevation Lab DraftTable Kit for iPad Pro is a perfect accessory for those that are using their ipad to draw on. I am an architect and use the 11″ ipad pro for design drawings. I didn’t want a stand that was too large but also not a stand that was flimsy. I also use the apple keyboard but you cannot use that as a stand so I needed a separate accessory. The rubber backing is perfect to keep the ipad from moving and protects the camera that is directly in contact with the stand when using.I was just looking for the stand and though the wrist guard and the pencil holder were a gimmick but the wrist guard definitely makes it much more comfortable to rest your hand while drawing and helps make les contact on the screen. The pencil stand is also well designed and surprisingly useful to have. I used to keep my old apple pencil in a stand that has a charger but the new apple pencil doesn’t charge that way anymore so the stand gives me a place to put my pencil when it isn’t attached to the ipad.Thins is a quality product and I have recommended it to several of my collogues.

  4. Christopher R.

    I use this to take notes on my iPad at work. Using the iPad on the desk, give me too much glare from the ceiling lights. Using the draft table, I can find a comfortable angle that I can use to write with no glare. The base is build solidly and has some weight to it. I wouldn’t want to carry it around with my iPad, but it works well to leave it in a spot where I can get the most use out of it.

  5. Sebastian Reid

    Great all-around tablet riser.I use this primarily for a Wacom Cintiq 13HD or an Ipad Pro 12.9. Sturdy and wonderfully built.Please note, though, that I couldn’t use this properly with a thicker case on my iPad. I am now using a naked iPad Pro with just the smart cover. My thick case, with velcro for a handle would have the tablet slip out. So, be wary about your case choices! :)The highest setting is locked in by plastic locks, so be careful to store and setup. So far, I’ve yet to feel like I would break it during my daily setup and tear-down of my office workstation, so I think if you understand that care still needs to go into handling these things, you will be fine.I love the wrist pad and Apple Pencil stand it comes with, as well! The wrist pad smells on its first exposure to the world, but disappears after a while. So power through it unless you are sensitive to smells. I had no issues. 🙂

  6. Kathy D

    This iPad stand has exceeded my expectations. It is VERY stable. Both the large surface upon which the iPad rests and the small lips at the bottom have a rubber (silicone?) liner attached to them. Between this rubber and the sturdiness of the stand itself, your iPad is quite secure. Even if you have no case on your iPad, it’s aluminum back and edges will not be damaged by this stand. The stand can be adjusted to any of four different positions. All four positions are quite stable. There is no unpleasant off-gassing smell. I bought the kit version that includes the wrist rest and pencil holder. Everything is entirely black which gives the set a very modern, high-tech look. The pencil holder is nice. It seems to be made entirely of silicone or some other rubber substance so it will not damage the tip of the Apple Pencil. The wrist rest is the nicest wrist rest I’ve ever seen. It is the perfect height and the perfect firmness. It also looks quite nice and feels great (it is very smooth). I am very rarely this satisfied with any purchase, and I would have still been satisfied if I had paid nearly twice as much as it costs.

  7. Twisted D’zyne Studio

    Only had this for a few days but WOW I already love this thing. Rock solid not even a wiggle. This stand is a bit heavy which some people don’t like for mobility purposes but that doesn’t bother me I mean really is only 2 lbs with the box it came in and accessories…. You can’t carry 2 extra lbs. If not reevaluate your life and do some physical activity. This is a quality product IMHO I look forward to using it. If you are on the fence because of the price don’t be I have purchased several stands to use while drawing including the parc slope (which I thought was awesome until I got this) it was like $10 cheaper than this and I wish I had bought this instead. I will never use the slope again. Just spend the money and be done with it. It costs $70 because it’s worth that much. Thank you and I hope this helps you in your decision. -Twisted D’zyne Studio

  8. Lucy

    I draw on my iPad almost every day and saw this when it came out but didn’t think it was worth the money. After dealing with neck pain and migraines from staring down and drawing I decided I would give it a try. This is the best money I’ve ever spent to make my life easier and I use it every day. Now I don’t know what I did before I had this drafting easel for my iPad. It’s sturdy and stays in place when I draw. I wish it had one more stand for making it a bit higher but I’m not removing a star for that because it’s just so awesome. If you’re thinking of buying this, just save your time from looking at cheaper versions and get it now. It’s worth it, made very well and I know it will last.UPDATE:The plastic hinges that connect to the springs broke on my stand, and the feet would no longer close. This was unfortunate since it was too late according to Amazon to do anything about it, since the warranty expired a month earlier. I contacted the seller and sent photos. They sent me an entire new stand and it was in the mail the next business day. These people stand behind their products and were more than willing to fix the issue. I use this stand almost on a daily basis and it’s well worth it. Would highly recommend.

  9. George E

    I’ve been looking for a suitable stand for handwriting and drawing for quite a while, and this is it. I’ll comment on the components separately:DraftTable: solid construction. There are four height adjustments; I find two are best for me when handwriting (Good Notes and Nebo) and drawing (Procreate). No wobble when using any of the height adjustments. I read one review that suggested that the magnets in the table interfered with the flow of lines from the second generation Apple Pencil; I did not observe this problem.Armrest: very relaxing when writing or drawing. However, it’s difficult to review because using an armrest will be different for different people, depending on how they hold the pencil.Apple Pencil holder: outstanding! The holder will not slip or skid on a desk surface and securely holds the pencil.Overall, I have been very pleased with my board/armrest/pencil holder. I would like to see, however, the armrest and pencil holder available as individual accessory items.

  10. finemess

    I create and produce animation for a living and spend long hours illustrating, designing characters, backgrounds, props, etc. on my iPad Pro. My lower back started giving me problems while drawing as the ergonomics of sitting hunched over the screen was taking a toll on my health and posture. I have tried numerous stands for my iPad but none of them were sturdy enough or had enough adjustable angles. I can honestly say I have never been happier with a product as I am with Elevation Labs DraftTable. This stand is the real deal. It is made of thick metal and has rubber surfaces in all the right places to protect and keep your iPad from slipping. The adjustable angles are well thought out and are allowing me to draw in a much healthier sitting position. And as a bonus, unlike all the other easel-like stands for the iPad, this neatly folds up and slides into your carrying case for portability. The folks at Elevation Labs have hit a home run with this product. It has instantly become an essential and integral part of my iPad experience. It also comes with a rubber wrist as well as a desktop holder for your iPad pencil. Highly, highly recommended.

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