(Below is an older pic of my living room, but it shows the small size of the side tables:)
Large iPhones supported?
The watch stand is a little tricky compared to the more conventional stands that have a separate arm for the watch. By stacking them, you have to put the watch on first if you are wearing a stainless steel type of band that doesn't open all the way when you take it off. Of course, most bands can just open and wrap around the stand when the iPhone is in place.
Speaking of stainless steel bands, they can be heavy compared to the rubber and cloth bands out there. This makes it hard for the stand to hold them at this angle. No worries! iOtti includes an adapter that slides onto the bottom of the stand that can help the magnet handle the weight. I have a stainless band and the adapter held it in place without any issues. The only issue you might run into is hiding the two cables, but with my placement of the stand, I can run them off the back of the table to hide them.
I should mention that the stand is easy to get setup, but they provide instructions if you have issues. All in all, I am very happy with this stand's small footprint and its build quality. If you need a stand for your watch and iPhone with a small footprint, I can recommend this stand without reservation.