iOttie's new Alexa-enabled car phone mount launched during Prime Day but it's already discounted
Odds are you've heard of iOttie's awesome car mounts in the past, but you may not have caught sight of the company's newest offering. The Alexa-enabled iOttie Easy One Touch Connect phone mount (opens in new tab) just hit the market as an Amazon Prime Day Launch product (opens in new tab) with an MSRP of $69.95, but right now you can snag it for just $52.46 if you stack a couple of coupons. Firstly, you'll need to clip the on-page coupon for 10% off and then enter code 15CONNECT during checkout to save a further 15%. As it's a Prime Day Launch, you have to be an Amazon Prime (opens in new tab) member to place your order.
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This iOttie Alexa-enabled in-car phone mount just launched as part of Amazon Prime Day, but it already has its first discount. Be sure to clip the on-page coupon and enter code 15CONNECT during checkout to get the best discount.
$69.95 $17 off
iOttie claims that this is the first ever in-car mount with Alexa Built-in. It's compatible with iOS and Android phones, giving you access to Alexa via the Easy One Touch Connect. With Alexa, you can ask to play music, make a phone call, check weather, control smart home devices, and much more. There's an LED Indicator so you know when Alexa is listening and a button to turn off the mics and end listening. Two microphones and noise cancelling software reduce road noise and isolate voice commands so you can be hard clearly.
You can attach the mount to your dash using the built-in suction cup and adjust the telescopic arm to get just the right angle. And, as the name suggests, you can dock and lock your phone in place easily with one hand motion. Your purchase includes the necessary car charger with built-in Micro-USB cable to power the mount's Alexa functionality and there's also a spare USB port for charging your device.
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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.