Universal in-car holder £1 - Poundland
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Universal in-car holder £1 - Poundland

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Found 9th Sep 2017
Just bought a ' universal in-car holder' for smart phones, sat nav and mp3 players.
Got it in poundland, and yes I have to state that it was a £1 , as most of there stuff is no longer a pound.
Just had a quick go on it, and it's pretty sturdy, phone stayed stuck on, so did the actual holder once I showed other half that you have to flick the little switch to suction it to the window!!
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Which one please?
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mrner012 m ago

Which one please?


Which one wot??
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ktglynnthe reason they have so few items left at £1 is because Brexit has ruined the rates so forced up import costs to every one. 5 years ago I worked for £1 an hour, now I have to charge £10
I had one of these and it wouldn't hold my nexus 6 or HTC 10 so I guess you need something quite small and light
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Other half has got the s7 edge, it holds it really sturdy (she says) hasn't used it on a journey yet
these are not bad, they lose their sticky after a while but you can wash them off and they work fine again - for a while
Edited by: "fairytooth" 9th Sep 2017
waste of time, my phone went flying. almost had an accident
Stick to phone back very strongly. But then iphone back get cracked while removing that in a hurry.
ktglynn14 h, 34 m ago

Which one wot??

Poundland. And wot is spelled what.
Does not hold to windcreen preopely and can fly off at any time while navigating
Bought 4 and all of them ended up being binned for just this
Pretty good and sticky. Will last for a few months especially winter. The gel becomes unusable eventually as it leaves wet residue on your phone.
Overall good for a few months maybe 6.
Worked very well for me for about 6 months -- very very sticky to start with, when it started to lose the stickiness I'd just wash it with warm water and back to new again. Suctioned to the window very well. But the ball joint which attaches the arm to the suction base snapped. Can't complain for £1, Homebase and other places sell them for £5.99!
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mrner0110th Sep

Poundland. And wot is spelled what.


Plymouth, and thanks for the English lesson
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