Olixar Sticky Dashboard Mat for Smartphones Reviews
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There is too much shine on the screen to be able to read the phone while lying flat on the dashboard.
The hold/sticky aspect of it is good otherwise.
Appears well made. Grips rather than sticks to your dashboard i.e. you can easily repossession it if you wish.
I bought it to stop a large capacity power bank with solar panels - a pretty heavy item about the size of a smartphone, from sliding off when cornering.
Would recommend to anyone!
It has two cutaways to hold a phone either vertically or at an angle, but is also excellent for holding things like car park tokens, loose change, keys and any other small object that you don't want to lose.
It is very sticky and anything you place on it doesn't budge a bit so I tend to use it for odd items as well as a phone holder.
My only issue is it didn't fit where I wanted it to so ended up in top of dash where to be honest when the phone is on it it's in the way a bit but I think that's just me and my small windscreen!
The phone sticks to the pad really well and the slots to put in landscape are a great idea. So much easier when using the phone as satnav. Only issue I would say is when in landscape the prongs obscure a bit of the phone but this is very minor.
I blame Honda and will keep using it.
I Bought this item as a 2 for 1 offer. When it arrived there was only one and only one listed on the delivery note, when I contacted your company you immediately sent me another one. I was impressed with your responce and I will certainly buy from you again, well done
BUT the sides are so weak and flimsy that they hardly support an iPhone 7 horizontally and the phone falls out very easily.
AND it’s not designed to take a phone in the vertical mode
AND trying an iPad mini is a total non starter
Case is of expected quality, flap is on the opposite side from phone which means that it doesn't not get in the way of phone use like previous cases i have had.
Holds everything pens, glasses etc but I wouldn’t risk a phone on it because of the underside of the pad.
This does not slide at all, so that is a plus.
I don't need to mount the phone on the dash all the time, as the hands free unit works with the phone in my pocket. If I want to use google maps this doohickey is just the thing. I keep it in the glove compartment until needed. It doesn't move, and will sit anywhere on the dash you put it.
The unit I received started to bow with the weight of the phone during its first use and then suddenly slipped off the dash. Fortunately, the Defender case did what it was supposed to do.
Until a 'compatibility list' is invented for the holder, I would recommend use with smaller/lighter smartphone & case combinations.
Being so flexible & sticky, I can put my phone in places I would not have considered.
Have given one to a friend as well !!
Will be a good stocking stuffer this Christmas!
It sticks onto the dash at perilous angles.
It holds a phone very securely where it looks impossible to do this.
I want money back. Zero stars.
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