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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by homeeconomicalengineer, May 27, 2010.

  1. homeeconomicalengineer

    Thread Starter

    Pretty please...
     


  2. Cajun83

    Cajun83 Well-Known Member

    I bought a car dock yesterday at Best Buy for 14.99... it is a universal with the vent mount and 3M adhesive mount. It works great with my eris. Have it mounted right next to the steering wheel in my F150.
     
  3. xx_bishop_xx

    xx_bishop_xx Android Expert

    FRYS.com*|*Cellet

    Serves its purpose, I don't need it very frequently. AND... 6 Bucks!

    [​IMG]
     
  4. ascasc

    ascasc Newbie

  5. BlueDC2

    BlueDC2 Android Enthusiast

    it's so big and ugly though.
     
  6. truelove79

    truelove79 Android Enthusiast

  7. xx_bishop_xx

    xx_bishop_xx Android Expert

    I should add that this particular item mounts (unmounts(dismounts?)) quickly using a vent.
     
  8. lessit

    lessit Well-Known Member

    I'd try the $20 universal vent mount from Verizon (easy to return if you don;t like it) or a Pro-Clip.
     
  9. isherwood

    isherwood Member

    Someone's got to make a nice, lightweight, streamlined, not whale-looking clamp that I can use horizontally without the bottom support then being on the side.

    Did that make any sense at all?
     
  10. truelove79

    truelove79 Android Enthusiast

    I doubt it. Good luck.

    Sent from my Eris using Tapatalk
     
  11. Rossco_Pee

    Rossco_Pee Android Enthusiast


    I have used this mount for ~2 months with no problems. I have it installed in one of my vents.
     
  12. rxfilr

    rxfilr Newbie

    I picked up one that has the weighted mount on the bottom at TJMaxx the other day for $16.99, I don't like attaching to the window, always leaves marks.
     
  13. karib

    karib Android Enthusiast

    This is the one I have...love it! You do have to take off the dash and faceplate, but it was easy enough for me to do without any help from my husband. It is connected by one bolt that is totally hidden and causes no damage to the car at all. Vehicle specific mount and you will need a rotating clip to be able to use it in landscape.

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    Here is a link to the company.

    InDash Custom Mount with Gripper Holder - GR2546/1642/InDash by:
     
  14. Richman

    Richman Newbie

    After much searching, I purchased a Dashboard Friction Mount (beanbag weighted). There are many brands and types, mine is Nextar gps-dmbb $17.99 at Fry's. [​IMG]

    Then I needed a mount, I found one at the Verizon store that worked for me (Universal Windshield Mount) it was discounted via work discount. About $17 Enter your location [​IMG]
    I'll explain why this seems to be one of the most versatile arrangements.

    1) The vent mounts will cause the phone to get hot whenever you have the heat on!
    2) Almost any window mount will work with Dashboard Mount, even if it is not legal in your state
    3) Ability to move between vehicles
    4) Works with almost any phone
    5) Works in portrait or Landscape mode
    6) Should work with phone in case or sleeve
    7) Can be easily adjusted for different drivers

    Hope this helps someone:)
     
  15. jetmdt

    jetmdt Member

    Hands down Proclip.
     
  16. LED

    LED Android Enthusiast

    I like this one, but am I correct in assuming the phone cannot be in a case? I use the 2 part holster case from Verizon.
     
  17. Trainman

    Trainman Lurker

    I like the Proclip for a phone but it won't work if it is in a case. Depending on the type of phone it have the option to charge when you insert it in the mount. The mounts come in two pieces, the part that is specific for your type of automobile and the part the is specific for your phone.

    Phil
     
  18. scrubs

    scrubs Member

  19. jetmdt

    jetmdt Member

    No case, I just bought a holster. I bought the mount with a hard wire. Love it, pricey at about $120. You get what you pay for.
     
  20. Ersfan

    Ersfan Lurker

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  21. Snerch

    Snerch Member

  22. scrubs

    scrubs Member

    Those are pretty sweet. Expensive though, and it doesn't look like they would accommodate an eris with any sort of shell/case.
     
  23. gavball6

    gavball6 Lurker

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