Phone holders – what’s best to have in your car? Top 5

Phone holders – what’s best to have in your car? Top 5

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You can have a variety of accessories in your car. The accessories that are installed in cars have to do with almost every type of vehicle use. These include phone holders.

Why should you opt for phone holders?

The first and probably most important function that drivers use is navigation. A phone holder can be used to securely mount the phone to the front of the car, such as the cockpit, dashboard, air vents, or windshield, although there are other solutions as well

Do phone holders make driving safer?

Definitely yes. It may seem that phone holders are a gadget or even an unnecessary accessory, but this is not true. Using a smartphone or other electronic devices to distract you from driving is extremely dangerous for all road users. It is assumed that even every fourth road accident in Poland is caused by irresponsible phone use.

This is mainly because the smartphone is placed in an inappropriate place, for example on the knee or in the glove compartment behind the gearbox or in other unconventional places. Phone mounts make for safer driving because they are mounted in such a way that they allow you to keep track of what’s happening on the road at the same time. And to use certain features, you often don’t have to look at your phone at all, just have it within easy reach.

Top 5 phone mounts – which accessories are best?

As mentioned earlier, there is no shortage of varieties of phone holders on the market with car accessories. However, which ones are the best?

Flex 12

The first are devices with a suction cup. They can be mounted on the windshield, which affects the excellent visibility of both what is on the screen of the smartphone (for example, the current route) and the events on the road. A representative of this category is, for example, the Flex 12 product. It can be adjusted to any phone model. It also has an adjustable arm and a spacing of up to 8.5 cm.


The second product in this list is a car holder for a phone by Ugreen. It is made of aluminum and PC, and it can be mounted on the air vent of your car. The spacing of the jaws is between 6.3 cm and 8.8 cm, and their thickness is 1 cm. The automatically closing jaws perfectly stabilize your smartphone.

Cockpit holder

The third product is a phone holder that attaches to the cockpit of the car. It uses gravity technology. Its arms automatically adjust to the width of the phone and hold it firmly, even during dynamic driving. The length of the arm is 17,5 cm and the compatibility of the device is from 4 inches to even 6 inches.


The fourth is the SPIGEN TMS24 CD slot car holder. As mentioned earlier, there is no shortage of interesting solutions in car equipment stores, and a phone holder mounted with a CD slot is certainly one of them. The maximum span of the jaws is even 8,9 cm

Interlook Q005-Silver

The list closes with a phone holder with inductive charger. This is a solution that provides not only a stable position for your smartphone, but also that you can charge it while traveling. Such a product is the Interlook Q005-Silver phone holder, which can be mounted on the windshield grille. The jaw spacing ranges from 4 inches to 6.5 inches.

Also read what gadgets for drivers will make packing easier

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