Bracketron Roadtripper Smartphone Vent Mount (BT19352)
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- Mount clamp attaches securely to car vents and twist-latch tray tables in both up and down positions
- Universal design accommodates phones and tablets up to 10.1"
- Ultra-strong magnets hold devices securely in place
- Adjustable viewing angle provides a clear picture from nearly any position
- Folding legs provide additional support when needed
- Travel Case
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Of the 101 reviewers who responded, 67 would recommend this product.
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- Must have for frequent travelers- July 19, 2018
I have noticed that most airlines have moved their entertainment content to their Apps so customers can use it on their smartphones and tablets. I got tired of holding my phone and watching a movie so I bought this item. At first it took a little getting used to as it is designed to hang on the locking tab of the tray table. It works great with the tray table up or down. It's easier to install with the tray table down. Once installed, it adjusts to many angles and can hold my smartphone or even my Surface Tablet. It comes with a large and small attachment plate so I use it with my Galaxy S8+ and my tablet. It works in cars so I can use my Waze and also works as a tablet stand too. Really cool gadget!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Works- March 26, 2019
I was excited to finally have a working solution for my 6th gen iPad (9.5” x 6.5”). I 2 tried iPad cases and landed on the thin transparent case as the magnetic holding power was stronger in that one. I then tried using the mount as instructed ‘out of the box’ opening the ‘clamps’ and swinging the cable over top of the tray table latch. It was difficult to hook the cable as there just wasn’t very much slack and the shoulders of the mount hindered my ability to hook it. I eventually got it mounted and the iPad was physically very low, so much so that I had to move my head downward to see the screen, thus causing neck strain and making neck pillows difficult to use. I also did not like the strain that was being put on the tray table latch, so I took it down and made some minor modifications to the mount. I split open the clamp portion of the mount and removed the tray table clamps thus leaving a smooth back (a small Phillips head and flat head screwdriver was all I needed). I was then able to slide the bracket into the magazine holder on the back of the seat in front of me and that solved both problems I encountered; the iPad sat in my line of sight without straining my neck and the tray table latch was no longer under distress. See photos for my mod. So, based on this, I feel this is a solid purchase when modified. I’ve been lucky in that most of the longer flights have aircraft with these high back magazine holders.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Limp Noodle mount- September 14, 2018
This mount claims to be able to mount to a car's AC vents. Sure if that car is parked in a museum on a solid granite floor in the midwest! Any slight shaking, oh like an engine actually running at idle will cause this contraption to fall off onto the floor. I didn't even get to the magnetic part-so poor was the ability of the spring loaded fingers to hold any tension. This is a sorry excuse for a mount that I had such high hopes for. Sure in an Airplane on the tarmac sitting still it may hold, but I seriously doubt this would survive in a moving anything. So much potential. So many ideas for how it could be made better. FAIL.No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- It works until it get hot in the car.- May 23, 2020
I the love the strength of the magnets to hold my phone in place in the car. I seriously have had no issues with the phone staying attached to this device. It has only one design flaw. the rubber pieces on the clamping part. The adhesive used does not hold up to temperatures in a vehicle in the summer. I was driving down the road hit a pothole and the whole thing flew off the vent. The rubber feet adhesive had become the weakest link in this product. use a better adhesive or change the clamp design and you would have a winner. I would recommend this product if this improvement was made. the rest of this quality is goodNo, I would not recommend this to a friend.
- No more kneck strain having to look down- July 16, 2018
I used my roadtripper on a recent cross country flight and it worked perfectly. I was able to hang my iPad easily on the front of seat back in front of me. Not having to look down at my iPad sitting in my lap is a huge plus on those long flights!Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.