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Kenu Airframe Portable Car Mount - Black/Grey
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- POCKET SIZED - Weighs under an ounce and small enough to fit in your pocket
- SAFELY IN VIEW - Keep your smartphone in sight at eye level and ready for GPS directions, streaming music, and hands-free calls
- VENT VERSATILITY - Our patent-pending design uses a rotating clip that securely mounts Airframe onto any vent (horizontal, vertical, and angled)
- STEADY GRIP - Airframe's expandable jaw securely holds most smartphones (up to 5" screens) including iPhones, Android phones, BlackBerry phones, and Windows phones. Also works with most cases
- RAVEL STAND - Insert any card from your wallet into the rotating clip, and Airframe transforms into the ultimate hands-free stand
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Colour: Black/Grey | Size: Airframe
Welcome to an improved driving experience with Airframe, the world’s most portable car mount for smartphones. Just attach Airframe on to any air vent and insert your smartphone. It's that simple. Airframe weighs less than an ounce and makes the perfect companion for everyday use, vacations and business trips.
Kenu Airframe Portable Car Mount
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What is it?
Measuring just 2.5 inches long by an inch deep and weighing almost nothing, it’s a tiny little device, cleverly designed to hold your iPhone or Android phone firmly to the vent in your car. An absolute must have if you use a Tom Tom or similar navigation app. Difficult to explain, but you can slot your phone in with one hand, just push and slot it in place. Despite going over several bumps and winter pot-holes it’s been held firmly.
There’s lots of You Tube video reviews - just search for “Kenu Airframe review you tube”.
What’s good about it?
* Holds a massive range of phones firmly in place (see below)
* Works on almost any car (see a list below)
* Can be used to fix your phone one handed
* Top quality materials - very well built
* Very small, compact and well engineered
What’s not so good?
* It is expensive. (But I've bought and binned 3 cheaper car mounts so far)
Will it work in my car?
I wanted to be sure so checked through the Amazon reviews, and the following were highly rated. After a while I decided it would fit just about every car on the planet, so gave up checking. Needless to say it works beautifully for me and the wife!Read more ›
Is this the real deal? Or....
* Could it be some cheap alternative?
* Which may be of superior quality and might be available for tuppence on the market!
* Possibly not worth the money being asked!
Like I say make your own minds up. Personally mine arrived today it's going back tomorrow, unopened.
I'll re-order the Kenu as a couple of my friends have them and they are great quality, but I'll order it from a different reseller.
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Doesn't rotate too freely unlike other cheaper mounts
Locks into vents fairly well, even in an R56 Mini Cooper with its awkward shaped vents
Holds the phone securely
Gives good access to ports
The combined weight of the holder and the phone will more than likely cause your phone to drop/angle forward, unless you can wedge the positioned phone against your dashboard
Not really feasible to rotate between portrait and landscape if you wanted to (e.g. for sat nav)
Price - a subjective point, but surely this could have been half the listed price
Overall I'm reasonably happy, it replaced a Brodit pro-clip which just got in the way in my car, and reduces the bulk of the combined assembly. The design of my car means it's difficult to position this somewhere that the Y cable will stretch to, and therefore even with an extension it's obscured by my steering wheel. If you've got the place to position this in your car in full sight, it's probably worth getting.
The jaws have an excellent grip thanks to a soft rubber inlay plus the spring on the jaw is so tough, that sometimes i have to put the phone in first and then mount it onto the airvent.
The base rotates and has slots for both thick and thin vent ribs, never had it fall out of any vent i used it in, tried this in my rover and couple transit and sprinter vans at work it did fit in all of them.
Bought it as it is recommended accessory by apple, even expensive it does a great job, is high quality made, really very compact and light, i carry it in my pocket sometimes and i barely notice it.
Finally don't need the suction crap anymore and have a full unobscured vision of the windscreen.
Tested it on iphone 4s, 5s and Sony Xperia U with and without cases and it had good firm grip on all of them, none of them fell out however bumpy the road was and the airframe didn't fell out of the vent either and the base never rotated by itself.
I do recommend these mounts, but test it in your car as it may doesn't fit all cars airvents or doesn't fit properly and if it doesn't work for you, just return it, really easy with amazon's return policy.
You just have to test it for your vehicle or look for more reviews to confirm if it fits for your vehicle,
i am very happy with it, bought 2nd one so i don't have to carry it over from car to van all the time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fits nicely into a 2006 VW Passat without any issues. Holds my oneplusone phone easily.Published 11 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Best in car holder I've ever used. Can't recommend one enough!Published 2 days ago by Viper-Mediadotcom
Amazing, fits the samsung galaxy s5 perfectly.
Works with mine and my husband's and both of us have protective cases on our phones. Read more
I had the original Airframe in my car for my iPhone 6, but when I upgaded to the 6s + it not longer fit the original Airframe. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Fingle