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Old 02-28-2013, 02:45 PM   #1
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Default Nite Ize Steelie Magnetic smart phone mount review.

This thing is awesome. I got it because it seemed like the best option for my uses and dash configuration. It is a strong magnet and attaches with 3m to both the dash and either phone or phone case. It allows you to have it in portrait or landscape as well. There is minimal vibration and I even did a vid to show it doesn't move. The only thing to be careful of, they include a 3m prep stick... I had never seen one but decided to use it. The chemicals did not react well with the dash and I decided to just clean it with some simple green and then water. I did a test spot to see what happened for this very reason... Anyways, on to the pics. I picked this spot for both passenger and driver viewing and interaction. Very cool in my opinion.

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Dude! What the hell are u listening to?!
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Dude! What the hell are u listening to?!
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Haha, I should just disable the audio
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Haha, I should just disable the audio
LOL just kidding with ya.(I am glade i dont have to ride with ya)
What did that magnet gizmo cost ya? Im likeing that?
How do you like that lifeproof case?
I have the otter defender and it takes a BEATING,but the rubbler on the case gets all worn out.I go threw 2 a year so im looking for a new case.
I tried the Ballesstic's case and that made it 2 months
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34.99, like 40 shipped... It works very nice
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Best case I have ever bought. I have used many. You won't be sorry.
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@fcancer-I am head of sales for Ballistic-pm me and I will get you a replacement. Our products have been tested by third parties to be more shock absorbent than Otterbox. I was just with the people at Nize Ize yesterday, cool product.
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I get the rational for the cases but I just never could get over the big bulky size. The Iphone and like are thin and sleek and then you put them in a big case. Its like carrying an IBM Selectric on your hip. For those of you without pubes...( IBM SELECTRIC, noun, pronounced IBM Cee LEC TIK, Mechanical device to transfer text to paper,Introduced in 1961 by IBM, the first typewriter to use a golf ball-like type element that moved across the paper, rather than moving the paper carriage across the print mechanism. Allowing different fonts to be used by switching *****, it rapidly became one of the world's most popular typewriters. IBM always excelled in electromechanical devices.)
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This is why I went with the lifeproof. Not bulky and is 100 percent water proof. The otter box cases are retarded IMO. Who wants a brick in their pocket?
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