The Modern Flip-Folder
eFlip is a device that allows musicians to mount their phones and small tablets to their instrument with a lyre. eFlip fits smart devices between 2.25 inches (57mm) and 6.5 inches (165mm) tall. The Original eFlip attaches to your instrument via a lyre. eFlip Model T is designed to work with trombones and trumpets. eFlip model F is designed to attach to your forearm, allowing flutes, piccolos, sousaphones, and others to ditch lyres and flip-folders completely!
If you are a band director and are interested in purchasing eFlip for your program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for bulk pricing information.
eFlip allows musicians to interact with their smart devices - phones and small tablets - in a way that has not been available to them before. With eFlip, musicians will have the ability to mount their phones and tablets to their instrument, opening up a new world of possibilities for the musician and the director. The device is an adjustable clamp that fits phones and tablets and that attaches to instrument, via a lyre or directly to the instrument’s bell, allowing the musician to use various apps to enhance their rehearsal.
How it Works:
Unscrew the top and bottom securing knobs
Adjust the moving support spine to fit your device of choice
Secure the device by tightening the top and bottom securing knobs
Attach the Original eFlip to your instrument lyre, attach eFlip Model T directly to your instrument’s bell, and attach eFlip Model F to your forearm via the velcro straps
Smart Devices, lyres, and instruments sold separately
Do not over-tighten securing knobs - 2 finger tight is more than enough pressure
This is not a toy and is not intended for small children who might swallow the small pieces
You should NOT use eFlip in any manner that violates the intellectual property rights of others, especially music publishers. Always obtain permission from the publisher before copying, scanning, downloading, distributing, etc. any sort of copyrighted materials - including sheet music.
If you have questions regarding copyright law, refer to the following links (none of which are intended to provide legal advice):