People Share Their Rokform Stories

by Ashley Schiermeyer August 05, 2014

People Share Their Rokform Stories

At Rokform, we love hearing your unique and often hilarious stories about how Rokform has improved efficiency at work, cool status among friends, or wowed strangers with our unique mountability. This #TestimonialTuesday, Rokform customer Brice Evans shares a fun little story with us.

“I would just like to share a little story with you guys at Rokform. Today I was at a vehicle extrication class and I magnetized my phone to a truck that was next to the fire truck. The owner of that truck left and about 10 minutes after I realized he had left, I remembered where my phone was at, (stuck right behind the drivers headlight). We couldn’t contact the driver but, he returned a short time later. To my amazement, my phone was still attached to the fender by the magnet! He said he never went over 50mph but that is still a high speed for something to stay magnetized. Thanks for having such a great product!”

To share your story, send an email to social@rokform.com and you could be featured right here on the Rokform Blog.





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