"If I have any beliefs about immortality, it is that certain dogs I have known will go to heaven, and very,very few people." -- James Thurber
I've been using the Mi-T Grip mount for over a year now. The suction cup is very strong and has a bit of a sticky bottom that can be wiped/rinsed clean with water. It stays sticky once it dries. The spring-loaded clip has rubber on the contact surfaces that grip well. My phone has never slipped out of it.
The only issues I have with it are 1) you need a flat surface if mounting it to your dashboard (My Saab is fine, but the wife's B5 A4 is a little trickier), and 2) in extreme summer heat, if left mounted to the dash, the suction cup will eventually warm up and lose suction. The suction issue only happens if left mounted while parked all day in the heat, and can easily be avoided if you re-apply the suction cup prior to driving off.
I'm really digging the new magnetic mounts that Proclip is doing in conjunction w/iOmounts. I like that, for the most part, I don't have to buy device-specific holders any more. I have a bunch of the disks, just lay a piece of tape or something on the back of the phone, stick the disk to that, then put the case on the phone. IMO it's easy, reversible, and works well.
I've got a Proclip w/iOmount in both cars, and I also have the proclip suction cup mount with an iOmount that pulls double duty as a desk mount when I'm in my office and windshield mount when I'm on the road in a rental car. I find it very convenient for my needs.
Last edited by robbyb413; 12-18-2014 at 03:15 PM.
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Originally Posted by Mk1MadnessBuy my couch!Originally Posted by Tavarish
I'm using the iMagnet suction mount. It's cheap, the gel-like suction cup sticks hard even without tightening it down and it's very low profile. Couldn't be more satisfied with it.
I'd love to get one for the BRZ and ditch the RAM mount, but the BRZ's windows are tinted and I'm sure it would destroy the window tint if I ever tried to remove it from the quarter window.
Ended up with 2 Kenu Airframe mounts, because I liked my first one so much, and wanted to have one in each car.
I was initially worried about how tightly it would hold the phone, but this is a non-issue. Holds my iPhone 6's leather case very well. It also grips the MkIV's center vents tightly. Only issue is it covers my heater switch button.
Other slight gripe, is the clasp isn't really "one handed operation". If I try to remove the phone with one hand, the mount slides laterally along the vent louvers, instead of opening. Also, I have to be careful to open it far enough to not scratch the soft leather of the case.