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Mobile gamers need this StygianForce accessory kit

Upgrade to a better mobile gaming experience with these discounted peripherals.
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Mobile gaming has exploded with the rise of the smartphone, and now there's a seemingly limitless number of titles you can play on the bus, between classes and just about anywhere else you might have some downtime. But, while our smartphones might pack a strong enough battery to game for hours on end, our poor human hands can't quite keep up without some major discomfort.

The fact of the matter is our hands weren't designed to clutch a tiny rectangle for hours at a time. Whether you suffer from sweaty palms, sore wrists or that claw-like grip that sets in after an extended gaming session, it pays to invest in a set of peripherals that will make your mobile gaming experience easier. The StygianForce Mobile Gaming Accessories Kit has you covered, and it's on sale for only $60 today.

Complete with various grips, triggers and cleaning wipes, as well as a microfiber cloth and carrying pouch to tote them all, the StygianForce Mobile Gaming Accessories Kit is all about making your mobile gaming as comfortable — and effective — as possible.

Designed for improved tactile feedback, anti-slip protection and better grip, the MobileGrip enables you to aim faster and shoot quicker when you're immersed in your favorite FPS. You can boost your performance and maximize hand use using the MobileGrip's interchangeable GripLocks, and easily remove smudges, dirt and the like with the included microfiber cloth.

What's more, the kit also comes with antibacterial mobile care wipes to keep your setup clean wherever you take it.

Right now, you can get the StygianForce Mobile Gaming Accessories Kit for only $60, saving $10 off the usual $70 price.

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