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Thread: Mobile phone mounts

  1. #17
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    South Notts, England
    Quote Originally Posted by ymfb View Post
    Position the phone so it doesn’t press the phones side buttons. I’ve only had that problem since having a iPhone x, the previous 5,7 and 8 plus phones I don’t recall having an issue.
    I tried that but I still can't get it to sit securely without one of the buttons being affected. I may try again at some point as I only have the Armour-x mounts on 2 of my bikes, so I may put the X-Grip on the other one.

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    Been using an x-grip on RAM mount for a good while now and am very impressed with it. Phone is a OnePlus 5T and it's easy to position the phone without pressing any of the side buttons. I don't use the rubber bit at all and the mount has been rock solid at motorway speeds and over some very bumpy stuff in the wilds of rural Ireland. Gets a full thumbs up from me.

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    +1 for the x-grip, don't use the rubber strap and has been fine on the gnarley stuff.

    One trick I found is to add a dab of superglue under the four rubber holding points as they can come loose after time.

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