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Unbranded Universal Car Holder for Mobile Phones

Because many people spend a large percentage of their days in the car, yet still rely on technology to get people where they need to go, mobile phone mounts and holders are a necessity. This is important for both convenience and safety. There are a few popular mounting options available: dashboard mounts, air vent mounts, and windshield mounts. While some universal mobile phone car holders position the phone upright, others allow for the phone to adjust to a horizontal view.

Mounting options

Dashboard universal mobile phone holders adhere to the dashboard of the vehicle using various methods. Some common dash-mounted holders stay in place using suction, adhesive, and even magnets. Another mounting option is magnetic windshield car mounts and holders, which often stay in place using suction. Vent-mounted mobile phone holders are very common, and a great way to keep the phone in your line of vision while not obstructing any views through the windshield.

Magnetic Options

Vent-mounted mobile phone holders often use magnets to keep the phone attached to the mount. In these cases, a corresponding magnet must go on the back of the mobile phone or mobile phone case. For some, this can be a downside, as they may not find it aesthetically pleasing. Some mobile phone holders may have magnetic mounts to the vehicle dashboard, which might be preferable to adding one to your phone.

Cradle

A cradle option allows for the mobile phone stay put even without use of magnets. The mobile fits inside the cradle, where it grips from both ends. Cradle mobile phone holders can attach to the dashboard using suction or adhesive, or to the vents using a clip. The CD slot car mounts and holders support cradles and have received excellent reviews.

Compatibility

When shopping for Universal Car Holders for Mobile Phones, it is important to consider the size of your phone. Most holders specify the dimensions of the phone, or the weight it can support.

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