My full time job requires a lot of travel. I spend a ton of time in my car so I am always on the lookout for products that will make my life on the road easier. We all know that driving hands free is so important for safety reasons and many companies even have policies surrounding hands free driving. My vehicle is a 2018 model and came with maps standard but even on a vehicle that is only two years old, I find that the maps are frequently dated and frankly just not as easy to use as the apps on my phone.
Having my phone secured is huge for me. The last thing I need to be doing is pulling over to find a phone that went flying to the floor or that fell out of the windshield mount that I have for it. This mount is great because it sits snugly in my cup holder and I am not relying on a suction cup to hold it to my windshield. A drawback to using my phone for navigation is that it drains the battery so quickly. This phone mount has wireless charging capabilities. Wireless means that as long as it is in the mount, the battery will be charging. No more having to search for cords and then plug them into the phone. The mount has two buttons on the side and holding them moves the arms outward. Once the phone is where you want it, the arms start to slowly close back into place securing your phone.
This product is so great in a number of different ways and I am truly very surprised by the price point. This mount/wireless charger is on sale for only $34.99 on the top-go website. I easily spend that much on replacement charging cords over the course of a year. Plugging in and unplugging cords is hard on them and they don’t always last as long as we think they should. This mount is great because you don’t have to do that. Plug it in once and leave it! So easy!
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