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Write a customer review. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. I like that the suction cup was strong but not the magnet. I tried two different mobile phones and neither of them could be held up.
The product advertises the ability to hold tablets but the magnet was. It strong enough to hold the mobile phones that I tried. I would not recommend any magnetic mount for that matter. One person found this helpful. I had this item before and gave it to my son, so I ordered another one for myself because I like the product. The only problem I had is that this must have been an item that was returned and the bag inside was opened and parts were missing.
Had to buy a 2nd one for my husband after he saw my set up Handiholder is the perfect solution for a phone mount.
It easily suction cups to every surface and the magnet is very strong. It is even perfect to use at your desk at home or work.
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