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.
Notice: Consider how the device, or horizontal position, will fit the location and could interfere with other vehicle functions.
- 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
- Jeremy C.Verified BuyerRated 5 out of 5 stars11 months agoLove proclip mounts.
Love proclip mounts. I buy them for every vehicle.
- Ray M.Rated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoWorks well but a little weak
I like that it's a custom fit for my Rogue but I recently changed phones and the one I bought doesn't have a ProClip holder that works so I bought the magnet mount. OMG, that magnet is strong!!! I had to use 5 layers of duct tape over the magnet to weaken it enough to be able to take my phone with me without taking the whole mount too. Scosche needs to develop a way to let the customer decide how strong the magnet needs to be.
- Patrick S.Rated 5 out of 5 stars4 years agoJust the best solution for my Rogue(s)
I purchased the ProClip left mount for my 2014 Nissan Rogue, a leased vehicle that I didn't want to leave marks on. It installed in less than a minute after cleaning the surfaces. It holds the phone holder for my rugged case Google Pixel XL at whatever angle I want, requiring a re-tightening of the screw about once a year (probably could put a dab of threadlocker on there to prevent that, but it takes about ten seconds with a phillips screwdriver to cinch it up.)
To my surprise / delight, when I traded in the 2014 Rogue and got a 2017.5 Rogue, the holder slipped in the same spot without so much as a swear word to be heard. Even the adhesive strip was still sticky enough to hold it, though I replaced it because I'm just that way.
I'm buying one for my teenage son's new/used car today. I know they aren't supposed to use cell phones, but it's what we all use for navigation, and I've got Android Auto to prevent him from doing things he shouldn't
A Better Way to Mount Your Phone
Don't settle for cheap and flimsy one-size-fits-most phone mounts that wobble in your vents or suction cups that consistently fall off. There's a better, more solid way to mount your phone.
The Mounting Base
Our exact-fit mounting bases are made specifically for most car and truck models. The mounts easily snap into the seams of the dashboard for a solid and secure fit so you can mount your phone with confidence.
The Device Holder
Our holders are designed specifically for your smartphone, GPS, or other mobile devices. Phone holder options can fit phones with or without cases, and charge wirelessly or with charging cables.