Magnetic Lighter Socket Car Phone Mount with USB Charger Port for iPhone XS, XR, 8, 7
Magnetic mount secures phones and GPS up to 6.3 ounces without using a cell phone holder
Includes integrated 5V 1 Amp USB car charger port
Swivel ball head provides 360-degree rotation and 5" gooseneck bends for exact positioning of device
2 year limited warranty
Charge your iPhone while mounting it to your car’s cigarette lighter socket/accessory outlet with Arkon’s MAG195 magnetic lighter socket car mount with USB car charger. This mount includes Arkon’s low-profile universal rare earth magnet mount with accompanying metal device plates, and lighter socket mount with 5” gooseneck and integrated 5V 1 Amp USB car charger. This magnetic cell phone holder is universal and can be used with smartphones, GPS, and other devices weighing up to 6.3 ounces, including iPhone XR, XS, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8, Galaxy S9, S8, and S7, LG G6, G5, and G4, Nexus 6, HTC One M9, One M8, and One Max, Droid MAXX, Nokia Lumia 1520 and 1020, Motorola Moto X and Moto G. Simply adhere one of the included metal plates to the outside of your device or case. The mount’s built-in magnetic head powerfully attaches to the metal plate, keeping your smartphone or other device secure without using a holder. Insert the mount into your car’s accessory outlet or cigarette lighter socket, mount your device, then connect your device’s USB cable (sold separately) to the mount’s built-in USB slot to charge it. The swivel ball adapter head provides 360° rotation and 5” gooseneck bends for ultimate flexibility. Garmin GPS devices can also be mounted to the car’s charging outlet or cigarette lighter socket by simply unscrewing the swivel ball adapter head and revealing the 17mm ball mount base. Note: this lighter socket mount may not be suitable for some vehicles based on the location of the lighter socket/accessory outlet on the console.
This product may expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov