Mountek nGroove Universal CD Slot Mount for Cell Phones and GPS Devices

June 13, 2017 - Comment

Meet the MT5000-E, Mountek’s fifth-generation evolution of its proven classic, the nGroove Grip, featuring a rubber-dipped nGroove blade for even better stability. Safely and securely mount your smartphone, GPS, satellite radio, MP3 player and more in your vehicle with a swiveling, lock-grip mount that fits into your CD slot or dashboard groove without any suction

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Meet the MT5000-E, Mountek’s fifth-generation evolution of its proven classic, the nGroove Grip, featuring a rubber-dipped nGroove blade for even better stability. Safely and securely mount your smartphone, GPS, satellite radio, MP3 player and more in your vehicle with a swiveling, lock-grip mount that fits into your CD slot or dashboard groove without any suction cups, clips or adhesives. Perfectly calibrated to snugly fit without damaging your vehicle. Firmly mounts most cell phones, including the new iPhone 6 & 6 plus, Samsung Galaxy S6 & S6 Edge

Product Features

  • The MT5000-E: Mountek’s 5th iteration of its popular nGroove Grip CD slot mount. Now with a rubber dipped nGroove blade for better grip!
  • Firmly mounts cell phones, satellite radios, GPS units, MP3 players and more
  • Inserts into front loading CD player slot, where device controls are easily accessible by the driver
  • Requires NO suction cups, NO clips, NO screws, NO adhesives or glue
  • nGroove Grip design allows the MT5000-E to fit thin grooves found in autos, planes, boats & other crafts

Originally posted 2016-07-05 07:50:14.

Comments

Writeguy Rich says:

I LOVE this mount UPDATE: 

PC Junkie says:

FINALLY!!! A PERFECT way to mount your iPhone, etc. I drive a 2006 Legacy and tried 3 other types to mount my iPhone 4s in the car. The cup holder version works but it’s in a horrible position and not even visible while I drive. The other was one that plugged into my cigarette lighter outlet but it was too low and out of the way to again be viewable. I then tried a vent clip type, which worked, but wasn’t very stable and pretty much blocked the vent. I also didn’t like blowing hot air onto the phone. Now, all of these devices did work and do what they said they would, but none simply worked properly in my car. 

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