The ProClip Left Mount attaches on the left side of the steering wheel and the face plate is angled towards the driver for optimal viewing. The mount clips into the dashboard seams between the panel sections, providing a very sturdy and tight fit. Average installation time is 2 minutes. No dismantling of the dashboard is required and there is no damage to the vehicle interior! The mount keeps your Device securely on the vehicle dashboard within easy reach from the driver seat - No more distracting and dangerous fumbling around for your device in the seat, cup holder, pocket, purse or on the floor.
Device Holder NOT included, sold separately.
Comes with a pre-drilled hole pattern for device attachment (might not be shown in photo). This is a suggested placement pattern only. A device holder can easily be attached anywhere on the face plate.
Notice: Consider how the device, or horizontal position, will fit the l
- Provides the perfect mounting platform
- Clips into the seams of the dashboard
- Easily attach a device holder to the mount
- Secure fit within easy reach from the driver's seat
- No holes or damage to your dashboard
CompatibilityCalifornia Prop 65 WARNING
How To Install
Easy to Install
Built to Last
- Allison W.Verified BuyerRated 5 stars5 months agoLeft Mount for 2015 Toyota Venza
I was on the hunt for a phone mount that didn’t obstruct my view and/or stick to the windshield (been there, done that and left with residue a wire brush can’t get off). I love my Venza A LOT but Betty doesn’t have any flat surface on the dashboard for a phone mount 😖. I also didn’t want to break the plastic in the vents nor block AC when it’s 100+ outside. I had all but given up when I found this. Pay the money, it works! Sturdy and in the perfect location to not obstruct your view. Get a longer phone charging cord and leave that bad boy draped over the steering wheel.
- Christopher C.Verified BuyerRated 2 stars6 months agoAlmost great......
The mount is well build and easy to install. The reason for 2 stars is that once the phone mount/cradle is installed, you can't insert/remove your phone without pivoting the cradle due to its proximity to the A pillar. If the mount extended further into the cabin or more towards the steering wheel there would be enough clearance to remove the larger/taller phones of today.PUProClip USA5 months ago
Hello Christopher, thank you for the great review! As technology has progressed, smartphones are becoming larger and larger in size. Some vehicle mounting bases like this one were created before the most recent larger smartphone designs were even created. You are correct that in general and for this specific mount, that the a-pillar location is a tight fit for larger smartphones. The only recommendation we have if you plan to mount a larger smartphone in the a-pillar area is to slightly rotate your device holder each time you dock the phone so you have enough clearance. Also, make sure you are attaching the device holder the furthest you can to the right side of the mounting base for some additional clearance.
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The Mounting Base
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The Device Holder
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