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Iottie clean one touch 5 dashboard & windshield automobile mount telephone holder desk stand for iphone, samsung, moto, huawei, nokia, lg, smartphones

(8 customer reviews)

$28.18$30.64

  • wider compatibility: new larger smooth 1 contact button and cradle allows for wider tool & case compatibility.
  • magnetic twine organizer: hold charging cables neatly prepared with the magnetic tab placed on the lowest foot
  • telescopic arm: the improved telescopic arm now extends from 5inch to 8inch (instead of the easy one contact 4 which only extended to six. 5inch) and pivots 225 stages. This enables a myriad of custom designed viewing angles even as you’re on the road.
  • redesigned backside foot: less complicated to comfortable and modify; truly squeeze the spring button and pull down.
  • enhanced suction cup: redesigned suction cup with an advanced sticky gel system that offers a more potent, lasting maintain.
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product description

the easy one touch five dash and windshield mount is the following era pinnacle vehicle mount within the u. S. Presenting the patented smooth one touch mechanism, you could lock and release smartphones fast with a one passed movement. Identified for advanced first-class and smooth layout, the brand new smooth one touch five series features a brand new finish that complements current automobile interiors.

key features

arm pivots 225 stages for custom viewing angles on the street

suction cup can be restored by means of definitely rinsing under heat water and air drying

new foot without difficulty regulate to standard & huge smartphones, and facilitates preserve cords prepared

includes mount, dashboard pad and cable tag

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CD, Cup Holder, Dashboard, Vent

8 reviews for Iottie clean one touch 5 dashboard & windshield automobile mount telephone holder desk stand for iphone, samsung, moto, huawei, nokia, lg, smartphones

  1. Archean

    Background info:I bought the Easy One Touch 4 in the fall of 2018 because of its features and price. I still use the original because it still works and nothing ground-breaking has come out–all it needs to do is hold a phone. The only problem I had with the Easy One Touch 4 was the adhesive coming off after a few months, but I was able to get a replacement [via RMA] in a few days. I’ve bought the Easy One Touch 4 several more times for family and friends based on the price/performance ratio and the after sale support. I wanted to see if the Easy One Touch 5 had made any major improvements, so I went ahead and ordered it.Packaging:The packaging is roughly the same, although the sizing chart had been removed and the stock image now shows the mount being used in a “luxury” vehicle; this tells me that the company is trying to move upstream [which is fine], but outside of Lyft/Uber, I don’t think most people would use a phone mount if their car already hasinfotainment/GPS built in. The packaging does look nicer and the color palette remains the same. The font has also appeared to change, but I doubt anyone cares much about the packaging except for environmentally conscientious individuals. Every component inside receives its own bag–this is likely to prevent dust and/or damage to the adhesive. Aside from fully sealing the outermost box, this is the best option. The manual contains multiple languages and instructs on how to adjust the newest feature; a magnetic charging cable holder; more on this later.First Impressions:The piano gloss black has been removed in favor of a less fingerprint prone matte black and the “push panel” has been upgraded to a more subdued and trim less soft-touch rubber. The push panel, which is used to automatically retract the arms, no longer bears the brand name, but gains a texture. This design choice is intelligent becauseit lowers tooling cost and looks more premium–something the packaging is also trying to convey. All rubber grips have been slightly altered to provide a surface with more grip and depth to help hold a phone securely. I did not have any issues with devices falling out, but it is good to see.More Details:The suction cup and tab mechanism is largely unchanged and intuitive; no reason to fix what already works. As a side note, the instructions clearly state a “curing” time and temperature to mount the base and arm. If you do not adhere to the instructions, the adhesive will not form a strong bond and may fall off. Additionally, if you have a car where the dashboard is made of rubber or has been recalled for something like UV degradation (google car dashboard melting recalls), you may have an issue with the adhesive regardless–this isn’t to say it won’t work, but if you have a mid-2000s Toyota Camry and park in the sun, you might find that the suction cup has melted.The Magnetic Cord Organizer:Inside the box you will see a small black strip of rubber with 2 magnets on opposite ends [similar shape to a Breathe Right strip]. This is to wrap around your charging cable so it doesn’t fall away between your chair and center console or anywhere else you wouldn’t want it to fall. There is enough clearance for most phones and cases for the cable to rest in a neutral place and everyone I’ve showed it to did not have any issues using it with their phone.Changes:The arm now extends an additional 3 inches (8 total) in case you have a very long dashboard or want your phone to be as close to you as possible. The tension mount on the back of the device is now thicker, stronger, and has better quality threading–it is easier to work with when compared to last year’s model. The feet are still adjustable, but the position of the feet is no longer controlled by a dial; the same piece of plastic used to hold the magnetic cord organizer can now be pushed (gently) towards to user and moved up or down depending on the height of the phone.Notes:There are wireless charging variants of this device, but I feel that the cost increase is not worth it–you still have to touch your phone to mount it, it takes 3-5 seconds to plug in your phone and the cable will already be directly underneath the mount.TL;DR Its the best car mount available [that I am aware of] in its price bracket.Read more

  2. Will England

    The phone bracket – the part that matters, as it holds your $1,000 investment in place – is incredibly solid. No amount of vibration could shake it loose out of the bracket. (see video). The mount bar and sticky pad haven’t been tried yet, but I’m far less worried about them. I’ll update the review once I install the mount into the car with the included sticky pad and suction cup. At this point – 5+ stars; I’ve never had a mount this solid, with the capability to display the phone in portrait or landscape mode.The Car Mount:Simple to install, excellent design and easy to use. Very flexible, solid, sticks well to the provided pad. Easily adjustable height, reach, angle and orientation. Magnetic cord holder is kind of a gimic – just as easy to wrap the cable around the mount. Still very impressed with the whole package.Details:Made from solid, reinforced plastic. Not going to shear off during anything resembling normal use.Side grip bars do NOT touch any buttons, unlike most other mounts I’ve seen.Easy to release with a single squeeze.Easy to insert – just press and the wide side bars snap shut.Fits Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in a thick case.Does not cover any of the cameras. Yes, you can use this as a mount to video from your car.Read more

  3. Brady

    This is too tall to fit the Pixel 4a. The previous model, the One Touch 4 DOES fit the 4a, so get that instead of this model. Otherwise it hits the volume down button when you dock it and you can’t hear anything on your phone. I exchanged this for the previous model. Otherwise I’m sure it’s great for other phones.Read more

  4. Robyn

    The stick pad that connects to the dashboard of the car and serves as an anchor for the phone mount to stand on has absolutely no stick. I cleaned any dust/debris from the dashboard and made sure the temperature outside was above 40 degrees. The mount stayed in place for a few seconds but the entire thing un-stuck as soon as I put my phone on. From that point, it wouldn’t stick at all. The booklet says “Once stuck, there is no way to restick it.” So essentially, it didn’t work the first time and now there is no way to mount my phone.Read more

  5. Desiree

    The instructions for use were very easy to comprehend and very straightforward. It holds onto the device well, even over awful roads with potholes. My only problem with the mount so far has been that it cannot hold my phone upright for much time. I have an iPhone 8 Plus in an Otterbox case, so it isn’t exactly the lightest of phones, and I am quite regularly having to tilt the mount back up again so that it is at a good angle.Read more

  6. Layla Hall

    I had heard great things about this stand, and after trying multiple others I decided to give this one a shot. I followed all the instructions exactly, and waited 24 hours, but as soon as I put my phone on it fell off. I bought new adhesive pads to try again, and the same thing happened. Very disappointing.Read more

  7. Amazon Customer

    Already own another vent mount but bought this one since i like the easy open/close feature. Tried for a long time to get the mount to stay, but it slides off right away. Had to use the vent clip from my mpow holder, and attach the iottie phone holder to it so it would work. Love the opening mechanism but definitely can’t recommend since it wont stay on the vent. Highly recommend other iottie products but not this vent mount holder!Read more

  8. Kristina Taylor

    I installed the item to my car as instructed. After a few weeks, it came off. I followed the instruction on how to reapply, and it would not work. I have tried to return the item, but every time I get to the final option, it restarts. Amazon, can you please help??? I’ve tried contacting you several times and no response….Read more

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