Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One

Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One

Joel Helmes reviews three handy phone holders from Aerpro.

Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
The holder with 360 degree rotation also comes with a vent clip.

If you use your phone on the go via your cars Bluetooth system, or an after-market system, then having your phone in a safe and easy to access location is a great idea.

The team at TDJ Australia kindly sent us a selection of Aerpro phone holders, which can also double as a holder for GPS units or iPod type devices too. All three units have a recommended retail price of $19.99.

In all, I was very impressed. First up I tested out the Aerpro holder with a suction mount…

Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
It’s a sturdy one-piece unit that offers plenty of cradle adjustment.
Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
The suction is impressively strong, as an alternative to placing on your windscreen the unit also comes with a mounting pad for your dash or console.

Then it was the unit with a built in USB outlet that plugs into your cars cigarette lighter/power outlet.

Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
The unit also comes with a mini-USB cable.
Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
With rubber stabilisers on the plug the unit fitted snugly into the power outlet, leaving me feeling reassured it wouldn’t come out.

And then I road tested the unit with a suction mount and heavy duty flexible arm.

Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
This unit has a heavy duty flexible arm and 360 degrees of cradle adjustment too!
Aerpro Smart Phone Holder Review Part One
The unit can either be attached firmly to your windscreen or you can remove the arm and utilize the supplied air-vent clip.

Summing it up: These are really well thought out and executed units. My preference was the unit that plugs into the power outlet; with the handy USB outlet you can use this to power not just your phone but other equipment such as your tablet etc.A full 360 swivel on the cradle means it is also very adaptable.

The Aerpro range is available from Masters, Supercheap, Autobarn, Autopro, Repco, Car Audio Masters and independent car audio retailers.

Give them a go!

Catch part two of our review of Aerpro Phone holders here.

About Joel Helmes 3219 Articles
Joel is the founder and CEO of Behind the Wheel. Joel has a background as a radio broadcaster with on-air roles at 4BC, 4KQ, 2KY, 2LT and 2UE amongst others, as well as a news editor and program director.Joel’s relationship with cars stems back to his early childhood learning to change oil and brakes with his father and uncle. This continued on into his driving years owning an assorted collection of cars.

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