I made a magnetic mount to fit between the seat and the console. Works better than anything else so far and doesn't block a vent.
I decided to use a magic mount dash variation which I've been using in another car and works great. Very clean, looks great and works great. The placement might not be for everyone but I think it's perfect for me.Show us what you come up with.
Kept it simple with a magic mount. Very minimal yet effect. Placement for me is perfect. Might not be the best for everyone though.Show us what you come up with
What size sheet stock did you use? Bought from Amazon?I made a magnetic mount to fit between the seat and the console. Works better than anything else so far and doesn't block a vent. View attachment 205
What size sheet stock did you use? Bought from Amazon?
I like this idea with no vent blocking. So did you just slide the sheet stock in and it stays or you had to use some adhesive?
I like to use my phone to see the route overview (all upcoming turns) in Waze/Google Maps when using CarPlay. Hate that it puts those on the phone and can’t use infotainment.
I just go something very similar to this but it doesn’t really work because the dash actually sits at an angle where it would mount. Then then arm sticks out at a strange angle to accommodate that angle.Saw this by the same company as well. It looks interesting. Might be good for mounting in different places and vertical phone position. View attachment 207 View attachment 208
Looks good.. but pricey ($50 with the holder + shipping)Here's a mount specifically for the Palisade:
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Just so you know, you’ve attached the picture twice. In the one that’s attached to the post and not in line with the text, your personal info is still showing.I've tried 2 mounts now
so then I tried
- magnets are not as strong as 2nd option
- it's parallel to dash, which is slightly angled away from driver
- in theory you could rotate it 90 degrees and create the angle, but I've found that my phone will slide/rotate unless I orient the "rectangle" of the metal plate and magnet to be taller vs. wider
much better magnets.. the swivel allows you to correct for the dash slant.. but a little bouncier than their CD-slot-mount version (which I've used for the past several years).
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But for now I think that's as good as I can do.
I have it mounted on the glass to the left side of the Infotainment
I'd give it an A-, but not sure I'll find anything better.
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EDIT: I prefer the magnetic mounts... I have a case and just put the metal plate inside the case glued to the case (not the phone) so that it doesn't mar the phone in any way. I have my OLD mount (also Koomus) and am thinking of shaving down the magnetic pad and adhearing that to the minimalist option at a 90 degrees offset so I can mount the minimal sideways (so it can angle the phone back at me), but have the longer side of Koomus magnet pad angled up/down to give the better "grip".