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The Airframe Pro's clamping grips are compatible with any smartphone up to 6 inches in width, including the entirety of Apple's iPhone lineup, as well as Samsung, LG, and HTC. Once connected to a vent, the Airframe Pro can easily rotate into portrait or landscape modes, allowing the driver to find an ideal angle. Phone mounts are just the beginning. Adding the right technology to an older vehicle can make it feel brand new. Upgrade your old car with our favorite high-tech accessories for a dramatically different ride. These holders attach directly onto your dashboard with an adhesive strip. You need to clean your dashboard and leave it for a pre-set time – often up to 24 hours – to attach. The best front and rear dash cams will record all angles while you drive, even if something happens behind you

The Kenu Airframe Pro is a standout solution for minimal use with maximum function. It directly attaches to the air vents in your vehicle via dual silicone clips that connect to most conventional air vent blades, leaving no damage or scratches in their wake. These are the best windshield wipers and an explanation of the differences between aero, hybrid and traditional blades There are two things to consider when buying a car phone holder. One, will it fit your phone? And two, will it fit your car? The good news is that the mounts listed below will work with all popular smartphones. Adjustability We test how easy or fiddly it is to adjust the car phone holders to a comfortable position to view your mobile. A final option to explore is a bespoke mount. Swedish firm Brodit make custom mounting units for each model of car to create a permanent mount for your phone. Attaching your phone to the mount

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The obvious benefit with taking this route is your phone is nice and stable, situated as it is in one of your cup holder bins. So, for example, it can be placed in your centre console, while the accessory allows you to move your phone into position through 360 degrees in either landscape or portrait orientation. Cleverly, the base has adjustable feet, making it suitable for various sizes of drink cubby holes between 2.5 and 3.5-inches in diameter. It would be an understatement to say Steven Winkelman is obsessed with mobile technology. Since joining PCMag as a mobile analyst in 2019, he’s reviewed over 100 phones and tablets. Before that he covered mobile and wearable tech as a staff writer at Digital Trends. Testers subjected each mobile phone holder for cars to a bumpy driving test, rated how easy they were to assemble and adjust, and put them all through a manual shake test. ESR’s lightweight mount and charger is a top option for recent iPhones, giving you a Magsafe mount that fits with ease into a vent, then provides secure 18W wireless QI charging via a USB-C cable connected to your car’s USB outlet. The ball joint on the vent mount means it works with both horizontal and vertical vents, while a support arm holds the central square pad steady no matter how rough the road. ESR also sells a dashboard version, if you’d rather have it fitted there.

Here we have another great magnetic car phone mount, but this time you can hide the magnetic disc underneath your phone’s case discreetly so it won’t ruin the aesthetics of your phone. The other great thing about this model is that it’s able to cope with all manner of larger phones, which is no bad thing given so many models are pretty beefy. It can, for example, handle the largest iPhone model with ease, but the Kenu Airframe Pro is able to hold a raft of other models and seems compatible with pretty much every relevant handset around today. Kenu does have other variations on the theme though, so if you’ve got a smaller phone there are buying options on that front too. We choose the most popular car phone holders sold at UK retailers and test each in different cars and with iPhone and Samsung devices. We buy all the products we test. Each car phone holder is rated on the following: Kenu's Qi-compatible mount easily clips onto most vents. The 10W Qi wireless charging pad features foreign object detection and automatically turns off in hot conditions to protect your phone from overheating. It comes with a 4-foot USB cable as well as a 12V DC car charger, plus it has an extra USB port for charging a second device. Who It's ForA growing number of automatic and MagSafe-compatible options are now available. Automatic mounts use an IR proximity sensor, open when your phone is in range, and automatically adjust their grip to accommodate your phone once it is seated. MagSafe mounts attach to the MagSafe array on newer iPhones. We'll usually spend a week or longer testing new phone mounts, and the review process is fairly straightforward – we use them to mount our phones in the car! This helps us see how robust the holder is and how well it actually works. We'll also test how easy it is to put the phone in and take the phone out again. One slight trade-off with the wide range of positioning options that come with the Exshow Car Mount is that the accessory can tend to throw a little bit of wobble into proceedings. However, if you spend a little time getting the positioning right this doesn't really detract from the overall appeal. Larger handsets up to six inches tend to fare better than slightly lighter models with less overall weight. Investing in a quality car phone holder not only gives your smartphone a decent home but it’ll also ensure you stay on the right side of the law. Mounts with built-in Qi wireless chargers are increasingly common. Your vehicle's DC port powers these mounts and save you from needing to plug in your phone each time you hop in the car. Most are compatible with both Android devices and iPhones. If you often forget to plug in your phone and it supports wireless charging, this is a no-fuss way to keep it juiced up.

The gripper itself is a simple, spring-loaded device, but it works very well and can hold smartphones up to 89mm across. It’s hard to fault this product as it doesn’t try to do anything it doesn’t need to – and what it does do, it does very well. We test these phone holders in the real world environment, and, when possible, use them with different phones. Mounts with built-in Qi wireless chargers are increasingly common. Your vehicle's DC port powers these mounts, which save you the trouble of plugging in your phone each time you hop in the car. Most are compatible with both Android devices and iPhones. If you often forget to plug in your phone and it supports wireless charging, this is a no-fuss way to keep it juiced up. These feature adjustable arms that cradle the phone in place or have a button that will 'snap' the arms onto your mobile. There's usually a base or feet for your phone to rest on. You can often twist and adjust the holder to your preferred view.Some car phone holders have a single cradle and more than one mount. If you have more than one vehicle, this allows you to install one mount in each vehicle and just take the cradle portion of the holder with you. Look for one that includes a variety of mounts, including vent, dash, and windshield, if you think this would be a useful feature. They’ve even got one that’ll attach to a CD slot if you’ve still got such a thing in your vehicle. While it’s certainly possible to marry the iOttie Easy One Touch Wireless 2 accessory to old school hardware there’s nothing out of date about the wireless capability of this accessory. On top of that, this is another great little design, with a magnetic cord organizer that helps avoid a tangle of cables in the car.

You can also get suction grips and cradles that attach directly to your dashboard, although this won’t work if it has a textured surface. Another possibility is to connect the holder to your car stereo. There’s every chance you’ve been in at least one minicab where part of the windscreen is covered by a wall of phones. That’s not an example to follow. Stability We take each in-car phone holder out on a bumpy driving test to see how stable it remains and whether the angle or position of the phone changes significantly. This car phone mount isn’t anything special in terms of the cradle itself, but what this phone mount does do is allow for total hands free control. The corresponding app allows you to control your phone completely via voice control and it is even compatible with Alexa so she can play you music, make calls, send texts and route your GPS for you. There is no adjustment features on this mount, but the air vent clip is sturdy and allows your phone to be at the perfect angle for viewing.The ball joint on the vent mount gives you a wider range of tilt and swivel, so you can keep the phone in view, and – with a little practice – you can insert and remove it single-handed, with the arms releasing as you pull the phone vertically out of its cradle. It can only hold the phone in portrait mode, but it’s one affordable, sturdy mount. Ease of use Our testers rate each car phone mount on how easy it is to put together, attach a phone and attach it to a car.

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