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Car magnetic mount £10.00 prime / £13.99 non prime Sold by Neat Cases and Fulfilled by Amazon

£10.00 @ Amazon
This has been reduced recently down to £10. Purchased 2 of these for our cars and they work a treat. Very solid unlike the cheap plastic versions. They come with 2 metal plates. 1. To stick on your… Read More
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1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago
This has been reduced recently down to £10. Purchased 2 of these for our cars and they work a treat. Very solid unlike the cheap plastic versions. They come with 2 metal plates.

1. To stick on your case
2. Large plate to insert between smartphone & case

Now both our phones just magnetically connect, instead of mucking around with the sliders on my previous cradles.

Nice solution. They also sell silicon cases with the metal already built in
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1w, 2d agoFound 1 week, 2 days ago
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Not sure if this is an issue but worth considering?....

“The problem we found is that a nearby magnet will affect the internal magnetic sensors inside the phone. The compass won’t read correctly,” explained Michael Paul, an engineer at K&J, “What’s worse, if you stick a strong magnet to the phone, you could slightly magnetize some steel components inside, making them act like weak magnets. This can make it difficult to properly calibrate the compass.”

You might think it’s unimportant because you never use the compass app, but that doesn’t mean other apps aren’t relying on the same sensor. Google Maps, for example, uses the sensor to detect which way the phone is facing, and a number of games also rely on it to work out your orientation."
https://www.digitaltrends.com
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Thanks I use the compass app & maps all the time and it does not interfere . However I think it may interfere if people use very thin cases purchased from Amazon for few quid
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Comes with 4 metal plates too

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