What is your "Setup"

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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby zzyzxuk » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:28 pm

robin1979 wrote:
zzyzxuk wrote:TomTom Car Kit mount plugged into car stereo...


Using USB?


Um, no... using an Aux cable. I don't even know if the tomtom car kit offers USB.
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby zzyzxuk » Fri Feb 26, 2010 4:09 pm

2003 Smart (petit et bijoux!)
iPhone 3GS with Waze (of course!)
TomTom Car Kit mount plugged into car stereo...
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby z0rak » Fri Jun 18, 2010 8:05 pm

2006 PT Cruiser
iPhone 3Gs
Parrot MKi9100 (http://www.parrot.com/tur/runler/parrot-mki9100)
ProClip Mounting system (http://bit.ly/bhdBym)
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby xtremeaaron » Thu Jan 21, 2010 11:03 am

2004 chevy silverado 4x4 rcsb
motorola droid
currently android 2.0.1
verizon droid car mount
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby wisedraco » Tue Aug 06, 2013 7:44 pm

There is mine:
phone holder not good for android, because block some area on screen, as so i plan to swap it.
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby wisedraco » Wed Jul 31, 2013 4:59 pm

i do not very like to sit in a traffic - i more like to drive whatever i want, and i last year my incomes drops, as so i purchase motorcycle, and be happy with that - expenses drops ( beside of tax and insurance, fuel consumption is bellow 4.5 litres in average, and about 4.2 litres on highway - to 100 km! on car i get no better than 7 - 7.5 litres ), and driving was like a about 20 or 25 years ago, when cars is far less, and rush hours and slow traffic is non-exist. as so my "big" vehicle, for traveeling distances greater than about 10 kilometres is old yamaha xj600 sport-touring motorcycle, with chinese smartphone on android 4.0.
short distances i mostly ride on sport bicycle. thinking about phone splashproof mount to bicycle \ motorcycle. last time i drive with moto and turn on navigation on waze, and be very surprised -voice commands is that aloud, i can hear it even in full-face helmet and with working engine!
thinking also about micro-usb 12v charger and bluetooth headset for full enjoying of that things...;)

very surprised, why another peoples not change their cars to 2 wheelers - bicycles, motorcycles, scooters - i be sure, most of us not really need car with its carrying capacity every day, end even, every week....
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby txemt » Thu Aug 08, 2013 8:17 pm

Grace King side or other side?
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby txemt » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:40 pm

Cleary?
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Re: What is your

Postby txemt » Thu Aug 08, 2013 7:13 pm

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2013 Ford Focus Titanium 5-speed

Probably the best car mount I've ever used, and I've used a lot: the Aduro U-Grip Plus. You can insert and remove the phone with one hand, basically you push the phone against one of the spring-loaded grips outward until the phone fits. To remove, just pull the phone out one side at a time. The suction cup is also insane—it stays for weeks at a time, even on the Focus's textured dash, even on a slope! Easy to stick on, too. It comes with an adhesive pad if that doesn't work—but it's pretty unlikely you'll need it, I think.

The only downside is that it's basically impossible not to move the holder around when inserting or removing the phone. It's easy to adjust, though.

My previous mount was very sturdy, but it only had a regular suction cup (albeit a very good one), and it was only adjustable in notches. It was really difficult for the obsessive in me to get it the way I wanted it. It'd stay there once I found it, but if it fell off, it'd take a bunch of readjusting again.

I'll post a night pic later. Waze's night theme matches the Ford's dash pretty well!


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That looks like a street in Metairie. Somewhere in the Vets/Clearview to Causeway area.
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Re: What is your "Setup"

Postby txemt » Sun Aug 04, 2013 7:12 pm

2004 Honda Civic. Can't remember the charger, on my iPhone 4S. I don't use a mount, I use my hand or my lap. It makes it harder for cops to see I'm "texting" when I'm making notes along my drives.
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