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Best Amazon Echo Dot mounts 2022

Echo Dot 4th Gen 1
Echo Dot 4th Gen 1 (Image credit: Jeramy Johnson / Android Central)

As some of the best Alexa speakers around the Echo Dot is a super affordable way to have to get the smart assistant into your home. But when you want to tuck it away, make sure that you have one of the best Echo Dot mounts available. This can keep your counters and surfaces decluttered so that you can catch up on the latest news, put items on your shopping list, listen to music, play audiobooks, and so much more without needlessly taking up counter space. We've gathered the best Echo Dot mounting options to make your home sleek and tidy. Whether you have the latest 4th generation Echo Dot or an older model — we've got you covered.

Made for Echo Dot 4th Gen

Made for Echo Dot 3rd Gen

Made for Echo Dot 1st and 2nd Gen

Is there an Echo in here?

As you can see, there are several different mounts out there, particularly second, third, and fourth-generation Echo Dots (1st Gen mounts are super scarce). When deciding which one to get, you'll want to consider price, whether or not you mind seeing cables if you want your Alexa device near an outlet how exactly you want to mount it. There are many options, and you can have a mix throughout your home.

We really like the EchoGear Outlet Shelf since it can hold any Generation Echo Dot that has come out so far. Unless Amazon drastically changes the look of the Echo Dot, this mount will still be usable for many generations to come. It also helps hide away cables by plugging directly into an outlet and will keep your space looking tidy. If you'd like something that doesn't mount around an outlet, you should consider the Mount Genie Flush Mount for either 2nd Gen or 3rd Gen. It helps you completely hide the device away like a regular speaker in your wall or ceiling. Super sleek, huh?

Jeramy Johnson

Jeramy is proud to help *Keep Austin Weird* and loves hiking in the hill country of central Texas with a breakfast taco in each hand. When he's not writing about smart home gadgets and wearables, he's defending his relation