Merkury Three-in-One Smartphone Car Mount for Windshields, Dashboards, and Vents
These mounts keep smartphones in plain sight so you can safely use GPS apps or make and answer calls hands-free with voice commands. The three-in-one mount can stick nearly anywhere: there's a suction mount for windshields and dashboards, a vent mount for vents, and a sticky pad that gives extra grip on textured dashboards. After it's mounted, the ball-and-socket joint adjusts easily so you can find the best angle. The mount is compatible with smartphones and plastic toddler phones up to 3" wide. Adjustable arms with side grips keep phones secure, and padded feet support its weight at the bottom.
- Product number: MI-UPVM1
- Compatible with all smartphones up to 3" wide, including iPhones
- Suction mount, vent mount, and sticky pad
- Adjustable arms expand with the push of two buttons
- Side grips and padded feet
- Ball-and-socket joint for multiple viewing angles
- Dimensions: 7"x6"x3"
- Condition: new
In the box: phone cradle, suction mount, vent mount, sticky pad, and user manual
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