- Brand Name: Mountek
- Model: MT5000-D
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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 better grip. 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.
Strong, sturdy grip thanks to rubber-reinforced, metal insertion blade. Super-tight but simple blade system involves just a thumbscrew and tightening wheel.
Easily control your electronic device from the driver’s seat. Or, insert into an existing dashboard groove to keep your CD player accessible.
No suction cups, no clips, no screw, no adhesives and no glue. The nGroove insertion blade snugly and safely inserts into thin, pre-existing grooves in cars, planes, and boats.
Keeps your sensitive electronic devices firmly in place while still allowing full function. Two cushioned side grips keep your electronic device safe and secure, while a detachable ledge creates a resting shelf for additional support. Remove your device easily and quickly with a push-button release. *Safety starts with you! When using GPS devices, set your destination address first before starting the car so that you can give the road your full attention. Thank you for refraining from texting until you’re safely parked.
Accommodate larger devices (such as the Samsung Note) by removing detachable ledge. You’ll be able to access charger ports and volume controls while two nGroove side grips keep your device securely in place.
Fits in the CD Slot and secures there by twisting the knob. The clamps hold my phone securely, avoid clamping buttons. Read morePublished 49 minutes ago by Robert Brinton
Works well. I had to buy a different screw for mounting because my dash has a slight upward curve. I mount my mini- iPad to it and it holds easily.Published 1 hour ago by W. E. Bolduc
While it works it works really well. This thing keeps coming off the CD slot every other day. really annoying to put it back in and screw the item tight. Read morePublished 21 hours ago by Bala Venkatarman
I needed a iPhone holder for my vehicle as it did not come with built in navigation system. This snap 2 is absolutely perfect. It stays in place. Is easy to reach and most of all. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Lisa Moretti
I kind of wish I had gotten the magnetic model, only because the gripping system on this isnt great. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Phil
I been buying that window stopper junk one every year after year. This is the best idea I've come across in a long time. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Kim Roe
I bought this "universal" mount to hold my TomTom, it's way too small. Thinking it was just my device I borrowed my sisters Garmin... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Travis M. Simpson
seems like it is harsh on the CD opening and the more you tighten the more it bends and distorts. I do not know of anything better.Published 1 day ago by Rob
I've tried many different vehicle mounts for my phone and/or GPS and always had problems with them, they would either obstruct my view (when on the windshield), or fall off the... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Foye