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- ASIN: B00GQC8A12
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 17 Nov. 2013
- Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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iZKA® - 360' Rotate In-Car Windscreen Or Dash-mount Suction Holder Mount For Motorola Moto G - Also Works With Motorola Moto X
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- High Quality Product Made For Your Motorola Device
- Rotates 360 Degrees
- Horizontal or vertical positioning
- Use the holder either on your windscreen or on your dashboard
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Top Customer Reviews
I can use my phone with it in the car and it doesn't fall off (which is what you want really!), however this was bought for a moto G and Kia Sorento which means due to the height of the phone and the pitch of the windscreen the clasps catch the volume / power buttons easily. This is sorted by using the phone on its side as its used for sat nav mainly. I'm sure there is probably a sweet spot where it fits perfectly... just haven't found it yet.
In summary, for the price and the easily fixed sucker misshape... its ok.
It sticks really well to glass, but not to wood (in my case coffee table ;)). In the pack is a round plastic disc, which Im assuming that you stick to your dashboard. You then attach the sucker to the disc. I am assuming that this is because it might not stick well to dashboard plastic, and therefore you sucker it to this smooth plastic disc instead. Might be wrong but i cannot see any other reason to include this disc with the product. Not an issue if you intend to attach it to the windscreen
If you want a cheap, compact, well designed/made effective car phone holder then look no further
There's a suction pad to stick to either the disc or windscreen. Fell off the windscreen within a few minutes.
The phone grip isn't specific to the Moto G as advertised, it's just a padded spring clip. The phone fell out several times before the suction pad failed.
The supplier did agree to a return.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This has been used in my car for months now and is as solid as a rock. I like the fact that I can rotate my phone through portrait and landscape which is handy when using the phone... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Paul Mason
Complete rubbish, can't get into "lock" position, therefore unable to make it stick to screen.Published on 25 Jan. 2015 by Mr. M. Easthope
It was a bit fiddly to get suction on windscreen but once on stuck OK and grips phone (Moto G) well. Would recommend it.Published on 25 Dec. 2014 by John Macfarlane
Does its job except making it stick to the windscreen was harder. However once it is there it is fine.Published on 25 Dec. 2014 by Edgaras
It's OK with my Moto G. Suction cup holds well. But steeply raked windscreen makes the cup a bit fiddly to attach, and also means the clamping arms have to grip over the power... Read morePublished on 18 Dec. 2014 by Tim
Good price and delivery. However, the suction washer was distorted and no matter how I tried I could not get the sucker to stick to even a smooth glass surface. Read morePublished on 3 Dec. 2014 by David Meadows