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Your Windows Phone devices comes with some pretty stellar options for car navigation software. If you’re in the Lumia family you’re rocking out with Nokia Drive, otherwise you’ve got solid options which you can read in our recent roundup of navigation apps for Windows Phone. But what do you use to keep your phone locked and secure in your car? We’re been big fans of ProClip for a long time. So we’re super stoked they now carry phone holders for both the Lumia 928 and Lumia 1020.

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Update: We now have a discount code...see below.*

Moment of humble-brag: I bought a new car recently and since it’s my first new car I’m suddenly into accessories for it. Enter in ProClip, one of the top recommended companies who manufacture in-car mounts for literally everything mobile.

We had a few conversations with Johan van Mierlo, Global Partner Development Manager at ProClip at CES 2013 and truth be told their products are quite compelling for those considering a superior setup for their vehicles.

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For many with new high-end Windows Phone 8 devices, being able to mount them in the car for some of that sweet offline navigation is the dream. Perhaps even more so for those with a Nokia Lumia 920 (or the Verizon HTC 8X) who have the Qi wireless charging on board as that promises the swift in-and-out luxury unlike anything we’ve previously seen.

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ProClip is now offering a vehicle mount for the Nokia Lumia 900. Three models are available starting at $34.99.

ProClip is a vehicle mount designed for those who don't particularly care too much for suction cups and double sided tape. ProClip mounts are self-installed into your dash or console quickly and without damaging anything.

The four models available include a holder with swivel, an adjustable holder with swivel mount, a charging holder with cigarette lighter adapter, and a charging holder with fixed power cord (installed to your vehicle's power system). You will need to purchase a separate mount for the holder/cradle that is designed for your specific vehicle (about $30).

Holders are also available for the Lumia 800, 710 and other popular Windows Phones. If you're looking for a more permanent vehicle mount solution for your Windows Phone, ProClip might do the trick. After the break you can catch a video demo of the ProClip Mount.  You can find the full line up of Lumia 900 ProClip models here.

Thanks, anonymous, for the tip!

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