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  Reply # 966312 13-Jan-2014 17:02
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The mounts from Proclip are awesome, no screwing anything to your dash

Nice easy web site, choose your phone, with or without case then your vehicle model and year and voila they tell you what components are required

If you change phones, you just just change the holder for the new phone too

http://www.proclipusa.com/





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  Reply # 966343 13-Jan-2014 17:52
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camo786: The mounts from Proclip are awesome, no screwing anything to your dash

Nice easy web site, choose your phone, with or without case then your vehicle model and year and voila they tell you what components are required

If you change phones, you just just change the holder for the new phone too

http://www.proclipusa.com/




Dam dude, that site is awesome!!

Found my answer. Thanks heaps man.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 968045 16-Jan-2014 11:09
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Highly recommend on of these which I am using for my Nexus 4

http://neograb.com/


I like it because:

 

  • It's small and decent looking. Some of these things are bulky and ugly
  • It sticks to basically anything, not just glass. I have mine on top of my dash as I don't want it on the glass. It's that "leather" texture dash plastic and it sticks like a charm
  • You can unmount/mount the phone with one hand
  • Swivels in all directions so easy to turn phone to landscape mode for satnav or what have you
  • Comes in multiple colours if that floats your boat

Demo video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qXYSRuvc_BY


Buy here from ebay for nz $30 shipped

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_sacat=0&_from=R40&_nkw=neo+grab&rt=nc&LH_FS=1



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  Reply # 968081 16-Jan-2014 11:58
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About $15, and work rather well. http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing.aspx?id=679254985



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  Reply # 968247 16-Jan-2014 15:39
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Thanks for the input everyone

Ended up going with the airframe

http://www.kenu.com/products/airframe

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  Reply # 969204 17-Jan-2014 23:57
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Kopkiwi: Thanks for the input everyone

Ended up going with the airframe

http://www.kenu.com/products/airframe


A good find, I like it! I think I'll try this when my cheap dx mount breaks.

US$35 to NZ with internal saver shipping. That's 7 times my cheap dx mount though, but it's certainly one of the more compact and streamlined design.

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  Reply # 969206 18-Jan-2014 00:03
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Another alternative is the air dock, currently an indiegogo campaign http://igg.me/p/622245/x/5948996

Built in Qi charger, some fancy nanotech to make the phone stick to it

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