The best car phone mounts can put your phone to good use, without distracting you from the road ahead.
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Olixar Magnetic Windscreen & Dash Mount is a great, inexpensive option for fans of the simple magnetic phone holder.
If you’re a PopGrip user the PopSockets PopMount 2 is the only phone holder you’re going to need — and it even works on your desk.
The YOSH magnetic mount is one of the most extreme car phone holders, but that isn’t a bad thing at all. In fact it does what it sets out to do pretty well.
Putting a mount into a spare cup holder works well because it keeps your vents free, but how well it works will vary depending on your car’s layout.
The iOttie Easy One Touch 4 puts a phone mount in your CD player, which is an absolutely genius idea.
By putting MagSafe into the name, Belkin might have some people hoping this mount will charge iPhones. It doesn’t, and that’s a missed opportunity.
Getting suction mounts to stay attached to any surface is difficult, but the iOttie Easy One Touch 5 does an admirable job — even if it isn’t perfect.