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Easy to fit, easy to remove.
Would use again.
Also thanks to MobileFun. It was my first purchase with them, placing an order was super easy and delivered super fast. Cheers!!
Does rattle a bit.
Does what i wanted
the phone holder has a little more reach so it has a bit of bounce.it works not too bad
Works a charm for the note 9 and hefty case all the same.
The phone is held in the cradle by rubbery brackets on two sides. If you squeeze them together really tight, the grip is snug, but it's not very easy to achieve that with one hand. It would be better to have a button at the back of the cradle so that the brackets would snap closed as you push the button with your phone. For a long time, I didn't know there was a foldaway support at the bottom—again, because there are no instructions. As I was writing this review, I looked at the pictures of this phone holder on the Mobile Fun website and noticed that it has a bottom support. However, the position of that support is not adjustable, and the side brackets may cover the buttons on the sides of the phone.
Releasing the phone is not easy with one hand, either. The release button is hidden behind the phone and not easy to reach, especially if the phone is wide. To push that button, you would have to reach behind the phone with your finger, or even with your thumb if you have a steering wheel on the right side and have to do it with your left hand.
1. No instructions.
2. Base too thick.
3. Flimsy screw holding the cradle.
4. Bottom support not adjustable.
5. Not easy to operate with one hand.
Still, I like the idea of using the CD slot for mounting the phone holder. The arm is short enough, providing limited bouncing. If it fits in your CD slot, I would recommend it. Just make sure your CD slot is in a convenient location and the phone will not block access to any controls or interfere with the gear stick.
I'm very pleased with it and would recommend it and the price was also very good.
It is a good fit, easy to install and holds the phone firm.
It worked so well on all my three cars that I have now bought one for each of our three cars (Mercedes SL, Toyota Prius and Hyundai i30).
The reason why it doesn't get 5 stars is that the jaws clamp around the phone too far so that significant portions of the screen are hard to get to. You can see them but if you need to touch it there - that is the problem. A button in a nav app is my problem. Any phone without some kind of bezel around the screen is going to have this problem. I am going to try and find some soft rubber to go in there to reduce the problem and maintain the excellent grip because everything else is damn near perfect.
This is by far the best I've seen
Not robust - not recommended.
It simply is not compatible with the Sony audio in my 2012 Ford Focus Titanium.
I'll keep it until I get a car that it will fit but until then I sourced an alternative.
my phone charges from the bottom so I cannot use the clip down rest to hold the shone high as shown and it does slip down over time.
There is a fair bit of bounce in the whole set up as the phone is actually on quite a long cantilever
The phone obscures the radio display in my car.
It has proven to be an excellent choice.
Holds the phone securely in an easy to see position, easy to adjust, easy to attach & release phone.
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