Best Telephone Stands in 2020



Home-X Acrylic Phone Stand, Ideal for Office Organization, Clear (10¼" x 8¼" x 3½") Review:


Mom needed a method to display her medical alert box AND her home phone which requires them to be hooked together by her phone line and an electrical outlet. This stand was the best idea we found. The clear plastic stand seems very sturdy and since it is clear, her phone is on the top level but you can see the medic alert box underneath. The size works so that the emergency button is accessible even though it is under the phone. Since she has only had it for a short time, we don't know if any problems will arise in the future but for now it is doing exactly what we wished for. We definitely recommend this phone stand.



Safco 2160BL Onyx Angled Mesh Steel Telephone Stand, 11 3/4 x 9 1/4 x 7, Black Review:


The stand is perfect for my desk; it keeps commonly-used objects handy, but visually organized. The price is right - it’’s sturdy enough to last, and wasn’t too expensive. My phone is stable and doesn’t move around. I haven’t had problems with the stand sliding around. If I do, it would be easy enough to glue something to the bottom of the stand.

The drawer does pull out all the way as one reviewer said, but that’s not a negative for me. It makes it easy to get to items at the back of the drawer.

The storage beneath the drawer is one of the features that sold me on this particular phone stand. I have a schedule, a phone list, and a few other documents that are each inside page protectors, and refer to these documents multiple times a day. They used to be on my desk in front of my phone, which looked messier. Now that they are in the storage area underneath the drawer, they’re just as handy, but hidden away. One reviewer said that the storage area wasn’t big enough for a full sheet of paper, but it is. The documents I have there are all printed on 8.5”x11” paper, and they’re inside the page protectors. Not only that, I keep about 3 months’ worth of each document inside each page protector, so they take up a even a little more space than if they were just a few sheets of paper. There’s about 1/8-inch extra space on each side of the stack of paper/page protectors, and that’s sufficient space to slide them in and out without difficulty. I will say that the stack of pages/protectors stick out the back of the stand just slightly; there isn’t a back to the storage area that would keep them from sliding out the back. If it bothers me enough, I can add something to the back. But I have an orchid sitting behind it and that sort of screens the view of the back of the stand.



Rolodex Mesh Collection Mobile Device and Tablet Stand, Black (1866297) Review:


Why oh why did it take me so long to get one of these? It is totally handy. I have a 17" MacBook and it fits perfectly. BTW, it comes with a metal prop thingy so that the computer could almost be stood on its head :) but I'm not using that. It works for my purposes just propping the computer rack part against the bottom which lifts the back of the computer almost 3" and it slants down from there. This allows the computer to get some air and the 3" prop is high enough to type comfortably. The only negative is that the two metal props in front which keep the computer from sliding off are located where one's arms are when typing. This gets very uncomfortable but I intend to go to the hardware store and buy something rubber to cover them as one needs to use something grippy and not slippery. Right now I have a rolled up napkin over them! It is critical of course to have the props to keep the computer from sliding off, I just wish they were already covered. I'd still buy this however as it is great for holding my laptop at a perfect angle.

Another really, really big plus is that this Rolodex Laptop Stand has ended the stand-off between me and kittie. We went at it every night as we both wanted to use the keyboard, me to type and her to prop her head for sleeping never mind the cap lock, turning up and/or down the brightness, tabbing for me, etc. I usually won but sometimes not happily like I'd have to keep my hand propped up against her head which meant hunting/pecking when typing or I'd have to keep turning her around which she hated, well, you all get the picture. So thanks Rolodex for lifting my laptop just enough that she's decided to give up on the keypad and prop her head against the stand itself. We're both happy as she still has her side of the desk and I have my side but now I have two-handed use of the keypad and she is happily napping next to me and the computer STAND. Yipee!!



Rolodex Mesh Collection Desktop Phone Stand, Black (22151) Review:


Why oh why did it take me so long to get one of these? It is totally handy. I have a 17" MacBook and it fits perfectly. BTW, it comes with a metal prop thingy so that the computer could almost be stood on its head :) but I'm not using that. It works for my purposes just propping the computer rack part against the bottom which lifts the back of the computer almost 3" and it slants down from there. This allows the computer to get some air and the 3" prop is high enough to type comfortably. The only negative is that the two metal props in front which keep the computer from sliding off are located where one's arms are when typing. This gets very uncomfortable but I intend to go to the hardware store and buy something rubber to cover them as one needs to use something grippy and not slippery. Right now I have a rolled up napkin over them! It is critical of course to have the props to keep the computer from sliding off, I just wish they were already covered. I'd still buy this however as it is great for holding my laptop at a perfect angle.

Another really, really big plus is that this Rolodex Laptop Stand has ended the stand-off between me and kittie. We went at it every night as we both wanted to use the keyboard, me to type and her to prop her head for sleeping never mind the cap lock, turning up and/or down the brightness, tabbing for me, etc. I usually won but sometimes not happily like I'd have to keep my hand propped up against her head which meant hunting/pecking when typing or I'd have to keep turning her around which she hated, well, you all get the picture. So thanks Rolodex for lifting my laptop just enough that she's decided to give up on the keypad and prop her head against the stand itself. We're both happy as she still has her side of the desk and I have my side but now I have two-handed use of the keypad and she is happily napping next to me and the computer STAND. Yipee!!



Rolodex Wood Tones Collection Printer Stand, Black (82431) Review:


Why oh why did it take me so long to get one of these? It is totally handy. I have a 17" MacBook and it fits perfectly. BTW, it comes with a metal prop thingy so that the computer could almost be stood on its head :) but I'm not using that. It works for my purposes just propping the computer rack part against the bottom which lifts the back of the computer almost 3" and it slants down from there. This allows the computer to get some air and the 3" prop is high enough to type comfortably. The only negative is that the two metal props in front which keep the computer from sliding off are located where one's arms are when typing. This gets very uncomfortable but I intend to go to the hardware store and buy something rubber to cover them as one needs to use something grippy and not slippery. Right now I have a rolled up napkin over them! It is critical of course to have the props to keep the computer from sliding off, I just wish they were already covered. I'd still buy this however as it is great for holding my laptop at a perfect angle.

Another really, really big plus is that this Rolodex Laptop Stand has ended the stand-off between me and kittie. We went at it every night as we both wanted to use the keyboard, me to type and her to prop her head for sleeping never mind the cap lock, turning up and/or down the brightness, tabbing for me, etc. I usually won but sometimes not happily like I'd have to keep my hand propped up against her head which meant hunting/pecking when typing or I'd have to keep turning her around which she hated, well, you all get the picture. So thanks Rolodex for lifting my laptop just enough that she's decided to give up on the keypad and prop her head against the stand itself. We're both happy as she still has her side of the desk and I have my side but now I have two-handed use of the keypad and she is happily napping next to me and the computer STAND. Yipee!!



Prosumer's Choice Universal 5 Tablet and Smartphone Charging Organizer Rack/Desktop Stand Holder Review:


This is the little item needed to go with the "Power Tower" USB charger.

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FITUEYES Wood Office Suppies Desk Organizer 5 Compartments with Letter Tray Phone Stand Pen Pencil Holder Review:


When my company moved facilities I lost over half of my usable desk space because of the office lottery (gained an office, but lost my giant desk). I needed something that was going to suit my specific needs. Even though this was pricey to me, $38 at the time, I decided to give it a try.

I've had this phone stand for a few weeks now and I really do like it. It's spacious and given that I didn't actually want it to hold papers, it works out really well for me (though it does hold 8.5"x11" papers just fine on the bottom). You can see everything I've managed to cram into this thing, and I'm pretty darn impressed by it. I even have extra room behind my phone, so I've moved my tissue box there and cleared even more desk space.

It's REALLY sturdy and rather heavy. It doesn't move unless you make it move. This was a necessity for me because of where it had to be and how often I reach for the things on there. It hasn't moved once on me.

Putting it together was annoying as some of the pieces were mislabeled. Not to mention that for the price (almost $40 when I bought it), I feel like it should have been put together already. I think in total, accounting for the time I stared blankly at the pieces which would not go together, it took me about an hour to put together with a screwdriver. If I had to do it again, I'd use a drill to put the screws in next time - it would cut this down to about 1/3 of the time.

Overall, I think this is a great piece and I'd likely buy it again if the need rose.



Mind Reader Metal Desktop Phone Stand, 2 Pack, Black Review:


I love the quality of this phone stand but my cisco phone does seems to catch sometimes. Other than that, it works out pretty well. I can place a small notebook on the side and phone book and message log under the phone. I would recommend but just be caution of the lip for some phone models that have a low cradle for the headset.