Update: This jumped to $20 earlier today, but now it’s down to just $8!
iOttie’s line of dashboard phone mounts has long been a hit with our readers, and four different models are on sale on Amazon for Cyber Monday right now.
If you like the idea of a low-profile vent mount for your phone, but don’t want to stick a magnet against the back of your device, iOttie’s One Touch Mini is exactly what you’re looking for. Amazon’s running a $2 coupon right now that brings it down to $18, which isn’t an all-time low, but price drops from its usual…
While suction cup-based smartphone car mounts have been largely supplanted by magnetic solutions, the iOttie One Touch 2 is a fantastic option for anyone who doesn’t want to block a vent or use a case with their phone. If that sounds like you, speed over to Amazon to get it for $13, an all-time low.
iOttie makes some of the most popular smartphone car mounts on the market (and also your favorite ), and their Easy Flex 3 model is only $13 today on Amazon, an all-time low. Just be sure your phone will fit; phablets like the Galaxy Note and iPhone 6+ are a little too wide for this one. [iOttie Easy Flex 3 Car…
Your smartphone is the best GPS and the best audio player for your car; so long as you mount it at a safe viewing height. You can't go wrong with any of these three choices, especially at $10.
Your phone is the best GPS, but if you don't have a good way to mount it to your dash, it can pose a serious hazard. Here are two highly rated options under $10 to get you started today.
The iOttie One Touch was your favorite smartphone dash mount, but if you want something more minimal from the same company, this magnetic air vent mount is about as small as they come. You just stick a thin magnetic pad to the back of your phone (even under a case), and it'll hold fast to your dashboard without…
Your favorite smartphone dash mount is $7 off today with promo code V5Z3DI65. It's hard to tell how exactly it works in the picture, but the cradle has a button that automatically snaps the sides closed when you put your phone in place, which is a trick that never gets old.