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iGrip Smartphone Holders and Mounts

You've adjusted the settings on your smartphone in the car to turn the GPS or speakerphone on, and you want to go hands-free without using a headset. One way to do this is to put your phone into an iGrip Universal holder, shown here with the Traveler mount, one of several available that attach to your car's windshield with suction cups.

The holder allows you to customize the grip, handy for using it with different-size phones, and the suction alternative lets you move it easily from car to car. The company also makes holders that fit your specific model of phone. Many other options are available as well.

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