3D printed pogopin jig holder
IDK how about you, but I tend to have long debugging sessions using pogopin jig. It has to be held in place by something. Thus I have created this stuff. You can slide in Pinetime into it's wide end. There's a hole in "bottom" plate, which allows access to action button. Tapered front window provides rather simple access to display. Pogopin adapter will lock into place and maintain firm contact with Pinetime. You can turn it 90 degrees so the display is in it's normal orientation.

Edit: model is up now


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