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Suction Cup Phone Holder for Windshield/Dashboard/Window, Univer

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Suction Cup Phone Holder for Windshield/Dashboard/Window, Univer

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Product Description

Before Installation:

Clean the mounting surface, ensure surface is free of all dust and dirt, then let dry completely.

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Firmly Secure Protection

Three sides grip with silicone pad, anti-skid and anti-shook, protect your device, hold the cell phone safely and firmly.

360 Degrees Freely Rotation

The ball joint allows you clockwise and counter-clockwise rotation up to 360 degrees to adjust the display angle for the perfect view, provide the best viewing angle for you.

Adjustable and Extendable Telescopic Arm

The telescopic arm is extendable, the length of telescopic arm is between 4.6”/11.7cm-6.29”/16cm (include head) and the tilt angle could be adjusted for 240 degree for optimal viewing angle.

No more screw to adjusting, just pull and push to adjust the length. Easy one hand operated!

Upgraded Sticky Suction Cup And Sticky Disk Pad

Industrial-strength suction cup with sticky gel and sticky disk pad, the car phone holder can be fixed firmly on the central console or windshield. Keep the cell phone holder stably on your car while driving, even on the bumpiest roads.

*The suction cup can be restored in good condition by simply rinsing under running water and air dry.

How to mounting your suction cup phone holder securly on your windshield/Dashborad?

Clean the mounting surface, ensure surface is free of all dust and dirt, then let dry completely.

Place car mount on the place, press the "Lock" button.

Easy to use:

1,Place the car mount on the optimum position, press down the “LOCK” lever.

2,Press the button on the back of the holder to release the two side grip, then place the device to the holder and squeeze the grip back together by just one hand.

*Note:

-If the surface of your car’s dashboard is not smooth, but textured, please use the 3M dashboard pad (Please note:the 3M dashboard pad is one-time use) .

-The suction cup may not compatible with the leather, vinyl and soft style surface. Recommend that to mount it on the windshield for stronger hold if your car’s dashboard surface is leather or vinyl or soft.

-The depth of the two sides arms are 14mm, it may not compatible with some thick phones or phones with a thick case.

Package includes:

1 x suction cup car phone holder

1 x dashboard disk pad

1 x use manual

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