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ProClip: Mount Your OnePlus One in Your Car

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Would you be interested in purchasing a Proclip holder for the OnePlus One?

  1. Yes. (Please contact ProClip to express your interest!)

    84.3%
  2. No. (Why not: no need, too expensive, other?)

    15.7%
  1. bjornb
    Cupcake Sep 24, 2014


    #81
  2. vivankka
    Ice Cream Sandwich Sep 24, 2014

    vivankka , Sep 24, 2014 :
    No window mount, otherwise you cannot see the oncoming traffic anymore ...:eek:
     

    #82
  3. RyanMK
    Donut Oct 9, 2014

    RyanMK , Oct 9, 2014 :
    Anyone with feedbacks if the holder actually ruin the sandstone finish over time?
     

    #83
  4. Martijnvb76
    Cupcake Oct 10, 2014


    #84
  5. cptainsprky
    Eclair Nov 2, 2014

    cptainsprky , Nov 2, 2014 :
    Any chance of making an adjustable holder that fits the Oneplus One with a case? (ie: Diztronic) I've just upgraded from a Galaxy S3 with an Otterbox case and loved the slide up adjustable dashmount holder.

    From the looks in the photos, a phone with a case won't fit... oh yeah, and must have the charger built in too. I did get a lot of jealous compliments with the S3 holder ;)
     

    #85
  6. addam
    KitKat Nov 2, 2014

    addam , Nov 2, 2014 :
    Steelie's are the nicest car mounts in my opinion. there not gonna break and they're less intrusive than other mounting kits
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    #86
  7. ksd
    Gingerbread Nov 2, 2014

    ksd , Nov 2, 2014 :
    No car :)

    And if I mount it on my bike's handlebar I probably won't be able to see something cause of its size...
     

    #87
  8. bigdogmn73
    Eclair Nov 5, 2014

    bigdogmn73 , Nov 5, 2014 :
    I live
    I live in a cold climate and I need air coming out of my air vent so I won't be buying this type. More interested in the ones like the Ram X-Grip
     

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    #88
  9. ali-wali92
    Froyo Dec 11, 2014


    #89
  10. addam
    KitKat Dec 11, 2014

    addam , Dec 11, 2014 :
    Check out my last post, about 5 post up
     

    #90
    ali-wali92 likes this.
  11. ali-wali92
    Froyo Dec 12, 2014

    ali-wali92 , Dec 12, 2014 :
    Thanks! Definitely will check it out.
     

    #91
    addam likes this.
  12. dodger12
    Cupcake Jan 22, 2015

    dodger12 , Jan 22, 2015 :
    The prices for these, are just out there. Even with a 10% discount (saveten) with shipping it works out to just shy of $100 USD. Convert that to CAD and.. well logic dictates its a pass. I do think this looks great but all things considered its still just a snap on accessory made primarily of plastic that performs no other function than holding your phone in landscape or portrait. No such accessory is worth 1/3rd the cost of a smart phone packed with the latest technology and essentially limitless software that helps you with your day to day.

    Thanks for including the oneplus but I for one will need a a bigger price incentive. I just can't rationalize it at the current prices. Until then I'll have to grudgingly make due with the competition.
     

    #92
  13. Veemo
    Eclair Feb 3, 2015


    #93
  14. idanlevy0302
    Cupcake Feb 12, 2015

    idanlevy0302 , Feb 12, 2015 :
    which model should i buy in case i want to use the mount with my opo with the original clear case??
     

    #94
  15. clayginn
    KitKat Feb 12, 2015


    #95
  16. idanlevy0302
    Cupcake Feb 12, 2015


    #96
  17. evo5ive
    Froyo Feb 12, 2015

    evo5ive , Feb 12, 2015 :
    Anyone else notice this warning? I'm curious to find out if it will affect our phone.
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    #97
    idanlevy0302 likes this.
  18. idanlevy0302
    Cupcake Feb 12, 2015


    #98
  19. idanlevy0302
    Cupcake Feb 13, 2015

    idanlevy0302 , Feb 13, 2015 :
    so any one tried the large generic holder of brodit proclip?

    will it support the opo with clear case of opo (from this site)?
     

    #99
  20. bruor
    Cupcake Apr 3, 2015

    bruor , Apr 3, 2015 :
    Edit: tagging @johanvanmierlo,

    I bought the mount that comes with the USB adapter and vable for my car. The mount itself is great, but I was disappointed to find out that the cable they chose limits the charging current to the device. It was an extra $40 to get the mount with the cable holder, a cable, and the DC USB plug for the car. I use Google maps for navigation the phone will slowly use its battery and die even though it's plugged in.

    I used an app called ampere to see the battery charging rate. With the device connected to the cable they included it showed a 20ma charging rate while in the dark. As soon as the screen went brighter it showed that the battery was discharging even though it was plugged in.

    I ended up trying a bunch of different power supplies with their supplied cable but couldn't get it to charge any faster. Using a few different cables i found that my monoprice and anker cables let the battery charge at 850ma.

    When I contacted proclip they offered to run the holster but I declined. The reason that the charge rate is limited is due to the gauge of wire used in the cable itself. The supplied cable is 26awg, the cable I ended up replacing it with is 21awg for the power leads.

    I had to use a utility knife to cut the piece that holds the power cable in place so that the straight through cable could be used in the mount. I cannot find a USB down angle micro B cable with anything higher than 24awg wires. I have some cables that charged the device at 500ma, and I believe that a have been the gauge of those cables, and I prefer to charge as quickly as possible.

    This is most likely a problem for users of other devices that have similar power requirements. Hopefully brodit/proclip will take the information I've given them and improve their product.

    I hope this was helpful for some of you. I know I'm much happier with the product since I've replaced the cable!
     
    Last edited: Apr 3, 2015