Let these discounted Lamicall gooseneck mounts hold your phone or tablet for you
With everything you can do on your phone, sometimes you might never want to put it down. Then again, it can get pretty uncomfortable holding up your device after a while. Luckily, this Lamicall Gooseneck Phone Holder Mount (opens in new tab) is down to $12.74 and can do the job for you. You'll just need to enter promo code TIWAMN during checkout to drop its price that low. That'll save you $4 off its regular price. That same code also works on the Tablet Mount (opens in new tab), dropping it down to just $14.24. Shipping is free.
Lamicall Gooseneck Phone Holder Mount (opens in new tab)
This 33-inch gooseneck phone stand is $4 off with the below code. Its clamp lets you mount it to desks, nightstands, and more, and its adjustable arm can bend in any direction for a great view. The code works on the tablet version, too.
This stand is made of aluminum and magnesium alloy, for a durable and sturdy yet flexible arm that can twist into various viewing positions. The phone mount is suitable for devices from 4 to 6.5 inches wide, so you can fit pretty much any modern smartphone within its grasp from smaller devices like an iPhone SE to something super large like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. In fact, you can even use this mount to hold your Nintendo Switch console while you game using its Joy Cons. If you want to hold a wider device, you should opt for the tablet mount which can hold devices between 4.7 and 10.5 inches wide. Both models have a 33-inch arm.
You can use these mounts almost anywhere thanks to their easy-to-install clamp bases. Clip it to your desk, nightstand, or kitchen counter; basically any surface up to 2.36 inches in thickness. Anti-slip silicone grips keep it in place as you adjust the viewing angle and prevent it leaving marks on your furniture, too. Your purchase is also backed by a 3-year warranty.
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Adam Oram is a Senior Writer at iMore. He studied Media at Newcastle University and has been writing about technology since 2013. He previously worked as an Apple Genius and as a Deals Editor at Thrifter. His spare time is spent watching football (both kinds), playing Pokémon games, and eating vegan food. Follow him on Twitter at @adamoram.