Olixar OmniHolder Universal Case Compatible Phone Car Holder Mount Reviews
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Bad: Need two hands to fix your phone in the holder. If you are someone who uses it often, I don’t recommend
Does what it says easy to fit 10/10
The mount is easy to use and can be adapted to the angle you want so I am happy with this product.
Definitely the worst mount I have purchased and will be replaced asap.
Should be a note saying definitely not suitable for Galaxy S9
Not used the adhesive pad for shelf.
It is made from the generic commonly used plastic so has that typical cheap feel, but appears to be sturdy enough, although I have not had it long enough to really judge it's longevity.
The grip is spring loaded an it does press the buttons on the side of the phone (I have a Samsung S6) if not positioned carefully and the spring is quite stiff which does mean it grips well, but also that you really need 2 hands to mount the phone and even then it can feel as if you might snap the holder.
Overall it is good, the price was good and time will tell whether the concerns expressed above (and hence only 4 stars) are warranted.
the suction cup is strong and the grip on the phone is great.
The friction lock on the ball joint became weak in less than a week. I regularly need to tighten the phillips screws as it begins to droop down after ~2 days of use. A huge hassle..
able to rotate it. Easy to use.
Overall I'm not too particularly impressed.
It also had to allow a clear view for the camera lens. It is performing admirably and I'm sure would be just as good for holding a sat nav. or just a 'phone. For the money, it's on the money.
The biggest issue I have is that I want to use it as a windscreen mount. The arm is too short on the mount meaning the phone is too close to the windscreen to allow a reasonable viewing angle. It might work better if your windscreen has a steep rake angle such as a truck, jeep or bus.
When the phone is mounted , it tends to vibrate and deflect when you try touch the screen. Clever compact design but it could use stronger plastics. I had a HTC M7 OEM mount before and it was rock solid.
seems to hold the phone securely and easy to fit,
Perfect size and sticks to windscreen really well
It's an aggressive holder so it won't drop your device but will want to press side buttons.
Good buy so far
I've given it just 4-stars because it isn't Rolls-Royce quality, but will be good enough for occasional use. I can keep it in my glovebox in case I need it. My Nexus 5X has a "book" cover on it, and it looks as though I will have to remove the phone from its cover to insert it into the Olixar; not happy about doing that but as I don't expect to use it very often I can put up with that.
one with a protective cover it was a tight squeeze to fit in to the holder. Shakes around quite a lot when driving. Overall happy but purchasers with larger phones should consider the above.
Other than that, the holder bounces a lot when driving. It can be quite distracting.
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