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Cell Phone Holder Mount

Discussion in 'Audio / Nav / Electronics' started by Wrecks, Mar 1, 2016.




  1. the1dynasty

    the1dynasty Senior Member

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    Has anyone seen the new Insight? Absolutely zero question on where to put your phone... There's a perfect pocket right next to the shift buttons...
     
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    Here is mine. I usually just use vent clips but the framing around the vents made the one I have wiggle off. So I combined two to make the one I wanted.
     
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    Is this mounted on the bottom or top of the cubby?
     
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    I purchased this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075FQFCZX/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
    And I installed it just to the right of the main , partially into the center vent. It does not block your forward view. I have an iPhone 8 so, for navigation I simply say “hey SIRI, open WAZE app” and then dictate instructions for destination. It seems pretty slick and does not block the air vents nor impede forward vision.

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    Car cell phone holder mount or magnetic phone holder is a standout among the most loved devices for the general people who get a chance to travel. It is a significant nuisance and unsafe to answer the phone calls once in a while driving and it is additionally badly designed to haul out the phone from the pocket. It can be dangerous too to take your eyes off the street to look down at your phone. The attractive auto mount holder causes you to hold your cell phone or GPS device safely at eye level. I think magnetic phone holder must have some basic features like Easy to install, Security, Protection from scratches and Compatibility.Names of some famous car cell phone holder Mount are:
    - Veckle CD Slot Magnetic Phone Car Mount Holder
    - WizGear Universal Air Vent Magnetic Car Mount Phone Holder
    - SMART & EASY Magnetic Cell Phone Holder
    – Ultra Slim Car Mount
    - SCOSCHE MAGDMB MagicMount
    - Maxboost Magnetic Car Mount
     
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    Anyone using a ProClip? I've had them on two separate vehicles and love them. Easy to get your phone in and out, and once it's in, it's not coming out unless you want it to. Only thing I don't like about the 2016+ design is that the mount seems too far away from the driver (left side). I wish it were all the way to the left on the air vents.

    https://www.proclipusa.com/product/855199-proclip-center-mount
     
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    I'm using that ProClip mount. It is easily reachable, not too far from driver side.
     
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    It won't fit if you move it to the left, will it? Got pics with it holding your device?
     
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    It won't hold as tight if you move it too much to the left. The gap between the top of the vent and the infotainment system will be too wide for the holder. I'll try to get you a picture using my gf's phone tonight as I can't take a picture of my phone in the holder while it's in there LOL
     
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    Thanks man. I actually emailed ProClip and they have an extender plate that allows you move it to the left or right: https://www.proclipusa.com/product/left-right-extension-plate

    I'll probably end up going with this!
     
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    Awesome! I've been using Proclip mount since 2008 and never new they had an extension plate LOL
     
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    Here's how the mount looks with my phone inIMG_0069.jpg
     
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    I changed to this.

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    @9000RPM How does that one mount to the dash?
     
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