The best car phone mount deals for October 2021

Iottie On The Dashboard
Iottie On The Dashboard

Car phone mounts come in many different varieties. They can use suction cups to attach to your dashboard or windshield, clips to connect to your air vent, and some even make use of that archaic device you once called your CD player. You can get some with adjustable telescopic arms, some with rotating ball joints, and others that help you set up the perfect angle. The one thing you really want, though, is a discount. You can always find at least a few deals on car phone mounts, so be sure to get the preferences you want as well.

Many of the top brands for car phone mounts include names like iOttie, Aukey, and Mpow. The mounts are already inexpensive and very supportive even for larger phones. Some even include added features like cable management, car chargers with USB ports, or even wireless charging. You might not be able to find as many discounts with those more advanced features, but when we see them we will add them here.

Best car phone mount deals:

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Beam Electronics air vent car phone mount | $6 off (opens in new tab)

Clip the on-page coupon for 10% off the already discounted price. Supports most smartphones with a width of 1.9 inches to 3.7 inches. Only requires one hand to operate thanks to its simple installation, quick release button, and more. Doesn't require any extra tools to it to work, and you can rotate your phone 360 degrees to find the best angle.

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Maxboost DuraHold Series car phone holder | $2 off (opens in new tab)

This holder has extendable arms that can hold most smartphones of all sizes, and it has an anti-slip pad to keep your phone secure. Uses adhesive to attach to the right surface and includes a 360-degree rotation so you can always get the best angles.

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Olixar Windshield Phone Mount | 5% off (opens in new tab)

The mount features one-handed mounting that makes it super simple to use. It is also designed so it won't block cell phone ports so you can keep charging your phone. Has full 360-degree rotation so you can position it perfectly.

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iOttie Easy One Touch 4 dash and windshield car mount | $4 off (opens in new tab)

Clip the 10% off on-page coupon. Uses a one-touch lock and release that makes it super easy to open and close with just one hand. The telescopic arm can extend up to 6.5 inches so you can adjust the view of the phone and pivot up to 225 degrees. Works with all phone and case combinations between 2.3 and 3.5 inches in width.

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iOttie Easy One Touch 5 dashboard car mount | 15% off (opens in new tab)

Clip the 5% off on-page coupon. The other versions are not on sale. The One Touch button lets you easily install and remove your phone with this mount. Includes a magnetic cord organizer to keep your car looking neat. The telescopic arm can extend between 5 and 8 inches and pivots up to 225 degrees for the perfect viewing angle.

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iOttie iTap 2 magnetic air vent car mount holder (opens in new tab)

You get a choice of inner or outer metal plates that use adhesive tape and are easily removed. The rare earth magnets are strong enough for any phone and its case. The rotating ball joint lets you find a great angle. Twist and lock the vent clip for a secure fit.

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iOttie wireless car charger dashboard phone mount (opens in new tab)

Can automatically detect motion and automatically open or close the mount for secure installation and removal. The telescopic arm can extend from 4.9 inches to 8.3 inches and pivots on a 225-degree arc. Has Qi certified wireless charging that works with any Qi-certified phone.

John Levite
Deals Editor

J.D. Levite has been in the deals game since 2012. He has posted daily deals at Gizmodo, The Wirecutter, The Sweethome, and now covers deals for Android Central, iMore, and Windows Central. He was there for the first Prime Day and has braved the full force of Black Friday. If you cut him, he bleeds savings. But don't try it for real. That's a metaphor.