Have a safer drive with the $8 Anker Magnetic Car Mount

There's an easy, inexpensive way to keep an eye on your GPS app while driving without making it dangerous for yourself and those around you. Anker's Magnetic Car Mount is now on sale for just $7.99 (opens in new tab) when you enter promo code YTXCPYKJ at checkout to save $2 off its current sale price.

This magnetic car mount comes with a metal plate to adhere to the back of your phone or its case, while the mount's head has four powerful magnets built-in to make sure your phone stays in place during your drive.

Super-flexible ball-joint rotation allows you to angle the mount's head in a myriad of ways, making sure your device is viewable at the most suitable angle for you. With a clip into your air vent, the mount is stationary and ready to be used instantly.

This product has over 1,000 reviews, earning it a 4.0 out of 5-star rating (opens in new tab) on Amazon.

To complete your Hands-free setup, consider picking up Anker's SoundSync Drive Bluetooth Receiver for $17 if your car doesn't already have Bluetooth built-in.

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Alex Smith
Alex is a graduate from the University of North Florida with a background in sales and merchandising. When he’s not hunting down the next great deals to post on Thrifter, he can be found making music and working on his eBay business.
  • I used to use a magnetic mount with my LG phone with a removable back. I could put the metal plate BEHIND the Qi charging coil, so wireless charging still worked. But with most of today's phones forcing you to stick the metal plate outside the phone, wireless charging is a non-starter. And if you don't use a case, you're stuck sticking the ugly metal plate on the outside of your phone. If you don't use wireless charging, and use a case, magnetic mounts are still an excellent way to mount your phone in your car. Otherwise, not so much. Aside from that, it's sad how far Android Central has fallen, turning into a shill for Amazon.com referral dollars.
  • I always thought magnets aren't good for batteries, same with the screen. Could anyone shed some light on this?
  • These things are not safe.
    Hit a big bump, your phone falls off the mount.
    You reach over to pick it up, and drive into a big-rig truck and die.
    The end.
  • HA! Maybe one shouldn't be putting such importance on a phone that they reach down while driving behind a big-rig truck.
  • I'm still waiting for the day when they make cases either with a metal plate integrated into the case or a recessed area for putting a plate without causing the case to bulge out
  • Me too!
  • Uhm, a great idea to place your phone in front of the vents.