- Universal - Firmly mounts smartphones, GPS units, and lightweight tablets, incl. iPhone 4/5/5C/5S/6/6+/6 Plus, iPad Mini, iPad Air, Samsung Galaxy S3/S4/S5, Note 2/3, HTC One, Motorola Turbo Moto X, Nokia Lumia, Google Nexus, Amazon Fire, Nexus 5/6/7
- Comes ready to use with a heavy-duty, sturdy grip thanks to a rubber-reinforced METAL insertion blade. Built like a tank but quite simple, the installation of the Snap+ blade system involves just the turning of a thumb knob
- Easy Installation - Insert directly into a front-loading CD player slot and still easily control your device from the driver's seat. Or insert into a dashboard groove to keep your CD player accessible. No suction cups, no clips, no screw, no glue
- Flexible - Sophisticated ball joint adapter allows for fine-tuning your display angle for maximum viewing comfort while driving
- How is it different from Mounter's popular groove Snap3? The Snap+ was specifically designed to support the weight of today's larger devices, such as the iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Mini, and iPad Air
Introducing the newly designed Mounted Snap+, the heavy-duty version of the popular groove Snap3 for seamless digital device mounting. The new product maintains the minimalist design and magnetic properties of the groove Snap3, but focuses on a sturdier grip into the CD slot. Mounter's Snap+ neatly inserts into vehicle CD slots or existing dashboard grooves to provide a firm, stable mount for protecting and displaying digital devices on the road. Smartphones, GPS devices, phablets and even tablets securely attach to the mount's magnetic-reinforced badge, permitting hands-free use while driving. Due to the patented blade-support system, installation requires no suction cups, no clips, no screw, no adhesives and no glue. New features of the Mounted Snap+ include: a streamlined design for a minimalist look, a rubber-coated metal groove blade system, 2 new shapes and sizes of steel badges for smartphones and tablets, overall improvements for more reliable installation and grip. Designed in California, USA. Domestic and International Patents Pending.