Safety first

January 30, 2016 |

Some features are best seen with this type of product so video will (i hope) show how good this car mount is. This type of mount was not my favorite type of mount as I don’t like how most cradles hold your phone but this mount has alot of features others are missing and protection of your device is really good as there is a rubber pad on base and almost the whole cradle is rubber coated also. I have the biggest phone made (NEXUS 6) and it fits perfect and not 1 time since i have been using the unit has it moved or even felt like it was going to off the windshield. My phone fits very snug and the Padded grip arm and leg keep it safe and i have not seen a single mark/scuff/scratch on my phone. Unit fits almost any smartphone up to 3.97 inches of width, including iPhone, iPhone 6 Plus, Note 2 / 3 / 4, Galaxy 4 / 5 / Edge, Nexus, LG, Motorola, Nokia, HTC, etc. Unit is capable of full 360-deg. rotation for portrait and landscape views which i tested thoroughly and works flawlessly.

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i wanted to introduce myself to all of you and add a little about my background in the Android/tech world, my name is Darren Wilson and i am from Pittsburgh pa and i am 49 years old. I have been in the phone game as far back as the windows mobile days when a HTC touch pro was a powerhouse of a phone and development was a far cry to what it is these days but that’s the past and now im 100% android and love it but i do dabble in IOS/MAC but prefer windows machines. i absolutely love doing reviews and spreading the word about products i believe in and test. im a reviewer for about 50 companies such as RavPower/inateck/aukey and anker to name a few and hoping to grow that list. Being from Pittsburgh im a steelers and penguins fan for life so dont hate me for that please. lol I have been a longtime member of xda and many other sites but my “goto” site has been xda for years When im not working on my device my daily job is also a passion of mine and that’s operating heavy equipment. i hope to improve my android development skills as i feel there is no end in sight for how far development can go and hope i covered any questions you may have but feel free to hit me up here or on twitter @darrenwlsn or on facebook

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