- 01-10-2011, 03:20 PM #2
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Been using a couple of these for my wife's and my Hero's. The Shift should fit perfectly in there with room for the cable to charge as well. Will be able to tell you for sure next month when we can upgrade.
Amazon.com: Arkon Universal Windshield with Dashboard and Vent Mount for Smartphones and PDAs (Black): Cell Phones & Accessories
We use the vent mounts as when we bought them last year they were not combined into a single product.
- 01-10-2011, 04:08 PM #3
EVO Shift owner since 1/06/11
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I as well have this mount. What was great coming from the Moment, is that the Shift fits perfectly.
I actually don't mount it on the windshield, but have it mounted in the cubby right in front of the shifter., and next to the GPS. I can access it while driving, and I don't get a lot of glare on the screen that you get mounted higher.Proud Multiple Android Owner
HTC Shift and Sony S
Just thought I would post some pictures for people to check this mount out. It seems to be very sturdy and the suction cup is plenty powerful. I also purchased one of those dash pad things to mount the GPS so it doesn't have to be stuck to my window. I did not want to use the vent clip that came with it, though you can see a couple pictures of what it looks like. Thanks for posting the original link to the product. I am very happy with it. It definitely holds the phone securely. It looks like you could mount it with a case just as easily. Also if you wanted you could move the phone to the left in the mount a little and take video of yourself driving if that's your thing or use the assembly as a pseudo tripod type device for keeping a steady camera at home if you make youtube videos or family videos/photos or whatever.
Last edited by hmmm; 01-27-2011 at 09:14 PM.
- 01-28-2011, 03:13 PM #12
- 01-28-2011, 05:00 PM #13
Actually...here is a pic of what I mean....you can just remove the right side brackets since they do nothing to hold the phone while in landscape and move the phone to the left a little. The top and bottom braces hold the phone really tight. Though doing so makes it so you see the mounting bracket on the right side behind the phone as you can see in my second pic below. You can see I have it upside down in one or two of the pics. It definitely isn't going anywhere. The suction cup is stronger than the one that came with my Garmin nuvi 750(Which my wife always has when I need it. That's why I bought this for my car)
Last edited by hmmm; 01-28-2011 at 10:58 PM.