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

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  • The MT5000-D: Mountek's 4th revision of its popular 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 design allows the MT5000 to fit thin grooves found in autos, planes, boats & motorcycles
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Product Information

Style: Grip
Technical Details
Brand NameMountek
Item Weight6.1 ounces
Product Dimensions3.8 x 4.8 x 4.2 inches
Item model numberMT5000-D
Number of Items1
  
Additional Information
ASINB004G1L52Q
Best Sellers Rank #426 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 28, 2010
  
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Technical Details

Style: Grip
  • Brand Name: Mountek
  • Model: MT5000-D

Product Description

Style: Grip

Mountek nGroove Grip Universal CD Slot Mount for Smartphones and GPS Devices

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.

Firmly and Safely Mounts Cell Phones, GPS Units, Satellite Radios, MP3 Players and Other High-tech Devices

Strong, sturdy grip thanks to rubber-reinforced, metal insertion blade. Super-tight but simple blade system involves just a thumbscrew and tightening wheel.

Insert Directly Into a Front-loading CD Player Slot

Easily control your electronic device from the driver’s seat. Or, insert into an existing dashboard groove to keep your CD player accessible.

Simple Installation

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.

Three-sided Cradle

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.

Mountek universal cell phone smartphone cd slot car mount
Have a Big Smartphone?

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.


Easy 3-Step Installation
  • Insert the nGroove Grip blade into CD slot or existing dashboard groove.
  • Turn tightening knob clockwise until blade holds firmly and securely.
  • Press button located at the top of cradle to release your device.

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4.4 out of 5 stars
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4 star
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2 star
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Great for hands free driving and for using your phone for your GPS.
Elaine F.
Holds the phone securely, stays mounted well and is easy to install and mount phone!
Jason Blasiman
The mount is a great use of my CD Player slot(which is otherwise not used).
Alex W

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

236 of 247 people found the following review helpful By R. A. Buley Neumar on February 14, 2011
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I haven't had this too long, but so far I LOVE it! Here's why:

1. I have an iPhone 4 in a nice thick protective case, and the arms on this mount are angled perfectly, and have a nice cushy foam on them, so they close gently but firmly on the sides. Holds the phone perfectly, which my last mount did not.

2. The mount also has a "foot" that my iPhone sits on, and one feature I didn't see mentioned before is that this foot has a wide hole in it, big enough for the charge cord to fit through! On one of my other mounts, I had to leave the phone pushed up high in the holder, and snake the cord up and around the foot. With this one, as long as I've put my phone in straight, I can just push the cord up through the hole and plug it in, without moving my phone at all.

3. I had a suction cup mount before, which seemed fine - when the weather was warm. I live in NY, and this winter has been cold enough that every time I tried to use the mount, as soon as I touched it, the suction cup fell of my windshield. I couldn't rely on it. It also left suction cup rings on my windshield. This mount is sturdy and firm - it's not going anywhere unless I take it off!

4. I love that it mounts to the radio the way it does. I don't need to play CDs since I have an iPhone, so I don't feel bad blocking the CD slot. The mount blocks the CD controls... but who cares? It is positioned perfectly (at least in my Chrysler Town & Country) right above the radio, where I can easily control my iPod functions, and also use my GPS functions. It turns sideways, tilts back and forth and up and down. Incredibly adaptable. My only concern is how long it will continue to stay tight if I turn it horizontally often (which I don't), so I will update this review if it ever gets loose.
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118 of 131 people found the following review helpful By Paul Fontecchio on May 5, 2011
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This is a quality product from a company with superior customer support. For the price you cannot beat the build and materials of this mount. I was very impressed with it's quality compared to the one my girlfriend has from Verizon (we are never buying the Verizon one again, its useless).

You notice I mentioned superior customer support. Right out of the box I did have an issue. My 08 VW Rabbit has a very very thin CD slot. The blades would not fit into my deck. I emailed Mountek and got a reponse from a person in <5min. 4 emails and 20 minutes later they had agreed to send me thinner replacement blades to swap out. It is now 4 days later and the new blades have arrived and the mount works perfectly. This is why they got 5 stars even with the compatibility issue.

Why should you buy this mount instead of the standard windshield mount?
1. You can reach the phone. Windshield mounts require you to scooch up in your seat or remove phone to reach.
2. It doesnt obstruct your view through windshield
3. Who uses their CD players anymore anyways. Chances are if you have a smartphone to put in this mount, then you no longer need your CD player. Might as well fill the slot in your dash with something usefull.
4. Good quality. Its made of durable, flexible, heavy plasic. Not that cheap brittle shiny stuff.
5. Amazing customer service
... I could keep going
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81 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Mark Oberg on January 15, 2011
Style Name: Grip
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Now that I have owned this for 2 months and used it a lot, I would like to update my review. They say that if you invent a better mouse trap, the world will beat a path to your door. I hope that Mountek has as good a door as they have a mount! Even with a couple of small quibbles, this is still the best engineered solution I have come across. I use the word "engineered" instead of "designed" or something else, because it is apparent that this is the work of a talented engineering-type who has a good grasp of how items are used in the real world and the importance of build quality as well as fit and finish.

What are the quibbles? Well, as someone else mentioned, the screw which tightens the mount in the slot is a little noticeable. It is also the only piece of this device which was not perfect in fit and finish. Mine has a tiny little burr sticking out that digs into my finger when I tighten it. Not a big deal, but this device is so close to perfect any tiny thing like this which detracts from that sticks out.

Second, I have a HTC/T-Mobile myTouch 4G. The micro USB for the charger is just in the wrong place for this design and is blocked by the arms. I have to either reverse it in the holder (which then causes the headphone/aux jack to be blocked) or remove the bottom stop. I, personally, do not like to remove that because it is not as solid that way. Plus, if I do remove it, I still have to slide the phone down far enough that the clamps hit the volume buttons and can cause some problems occasionally.

Third, my preference would be to have a wider spread of the holder brackets so the phone could be grabbed at the top and bottom and I'd have the use of the side controls.
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113 of 136 people found the following review helpful By A. DI SCHINO on July 26, 2011
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This mount caught my eye because it wasn't a windshield/dash/vent/cupholder mount like most of the other non-permanent phone mounts, and it came up in searches for "HTC EVO Shift Car Mount". I like the idea, since the CD slot has gone the way of the cassette deck with MP3s, so it's a good use of space. Would have given more stars, except I bought this for an HTC EVO Shift, and when seated in the holder, the phone's power port is blocked by the "arms" of this holder, so you can't keep it plugged in when it needs it most (GPS is the soul-sucker of phone battery life). Also, the arms of the holder cover the volume buttons, and if tightened to snug, will press on the 'down' volume button (adjusting the volume all the way down). I'll likely use a Dremel tool to carve out a niche for both, but just a heads up to HTC EVO Shift owners. Also, I noticed after removing the mount from the CD drive, a noticeable gap in the velvet-y/felt-y dust barrier at the opening of the CD drive. So, if you plan to swap this in and out and still use the CD drive for it's primary intention, there is a good chance dust or other optical lens clogging detritus may get in easier.
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