Accessibility and Easy Viewing of your Phone in the Car – the ESR HaloLock Car Mount

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Do you spend a lot of time in the car for work and need to also use your phone? Maybe you are an Uber driver, or a Dasher for DoorDash?

You tend to need your phone at full charge the entire time, and thanks to the ESR HaloLock Dashboard Wireless Charger, you can keep your phone at the perfect level for you as well as keeping it charged. Built for the iPhone 12 series (the 12, 12 Pro, 12 Mini, and 12 Pro Max included) due to the magnetic attachment that matches with the back of the smartphones, this is the most perfect dashboard car mount for phones. The downside to this car mount is that only iPhone 12 users can enjoy the advanced technology as there are no clips to keep the phone in place, only the magnets that are compatible with the backs of iPhone 12’s, any other phone will fall off the charger mount. There are many features to the ESR HaloLock Dashboard Wireless Charger to make sure that you not only use it correctly but to its fullest extent.

Key Features

For the charger to work, you require a car charger or a USB-A port within your car that can support 18W QC speed changing to make sure that your phone maintains its charge as the ESR HaloLock wirelessly charges your phone through the magnetic hold.

Your phone will either need to be caseless or encased within a MagSafe case so your iPhone will attach correctly, or you will find that your phone will fall off the charger. If you drive in rough terrains, it is recommended that you pick up an ESR HaloLock case which is heavier duty.

The car mount is adjustable as the suction cup that holds it up is reusable, so you can make sure that you place the car mount in the correct place for best accessibility and easy angles.

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

The ESR HaloLock is an ideal choice if you have the latest iPhone and need to keep it at eye level while driving for any reason, making it a fabulous addition to your accessibility for your phone in the car.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.