ProClip makes nice no drill kits, see hyperlink below. They are a little pricey as you have to buy the mount and phone holder separately. However, I have purchased kits for previous vehicles and been very pleased with the fit and quality. Not to mention the fact that separating the mount and phone holder allows you to switch phones without having to replace the whole unit.Hi All, has anyone found any elegant smartphone mounting solutions for their Pacificas? We usually navigate using our phones and so are looking for mounts that are at eye level, possibly around the A/C vents.
Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving to all!
I mean no disrespect to your decision when I say that I am not a fan of solutions that mount to the HVAC vents. The issue is that it tends to block the air when needed... but even worse, will overheat the device in the winter when the heat is used, etc.We use Kenu in both of our vehicles. They mount to a slat in the heat/AC vents.
No disrespect taken in what you wrote. Everybody has their opinion and makes their own decisions.I mean no disrespect to your decision...
They make it pretty clear all over their site that it's a two-part process; choose your vehicle and choose your device. They even WARN you when you choose one of the items that you must now choose the other. Not sure how you missed that part.I bought the proclip and assumed I could use any of the 20 phone holders that mount to other mounts could be used, I was wrong. Proclip wants you to buy their own mounts and holders. So I have a pro clip mount installed, but no ph holder.
You'll have to rig up some kind of solution. I don't think anything that bolts on to their mount is readily available.so, they have a holder for my Samsung Galaxy s5 with an otterbox defender case, but it only has the wired ones available. Not paying 79 or 89 for one. I assumed that I could buy the mount and use my own holder.