Which motorcycle phone mount is your favorite? I’m willing to bet it’s one of the many you’ve seen on a motorcycle that you ride. They come in a variety of styles and price ranges, but what sets them apart from one another are their features. When selecting a motorcycle phone mount, there are a few things that you want to keep in mind when looking at them. Here are just a few of the things you’ll want to consider when making your selection.

Your vehicle’s trim size and weight are two things you want to take into consideration before buying a motorcycle phone mount. The Roam Co-Pilot Motorcycle Phone Mount by Harley Davidson is an excellent choice if you are looking for a mount that will stay on your car creeper even when you have a motorcycle with much larger tires and weight. This flexible molded plastic mount also claims to have the widest adjustable handle bar clamp available on the market, which will fit handle bars of up to 7/8ths to one and a half inches in diameter.

There are other motorcycle phone mount manufacturers that make both removable and non-removable padded holders for phones. You can get these from a variety of sources. Some of these include but are not limited to, Walmart, Wal Mart, Sam’s Club, Amazon, eBay and Craigslist. These companies all offer good deals, though I wouldn’t necessarily recommend any of them unless you’re sure of your needs. The prices range is quite varied, with some priced around ten dollars and others over one hundred dollars.

There are a variety of universal fit motorcycle phone mount options. One such model is the Pflueger Universal Fit Phone Mount, which is manufactured by Pflueger. It has been specifically designed to work with any size or type of cell phone regardless of the dimension. With its patented quick release clip, it can be quickly attached to the handlebar using its two-side adjustment clamps. It has a patented 360 degree swivel cord that allows it to rotate 180 degrees, which ensures that no impact is registered on the phone as it rotates.

Another unique style of motorcycle phone mount is the Harley Davidson Quick Release Handlebar Clamp. It is made out of high quality aluminum and has an effective five-point release mechanism that prevents accidental disengagement. Its lightweight design allows it to be conveniently stored under the seat of your bike. It also comes with a rubberized trim ring, which ensures that no scratches are registered on the handlebars when it is in use.

If you are looking for a phone holder that fits properly with your motorcycle’s six.8 inches (length) and six.2 inches (width) dimensions, the Iceberg Technology Quick Release Phone Mount is the one for you. Made from high-quality polycarbonate, this cradle snaps onto your handlebars with precision. It has a single-point release system and an efficient locking mechanism. It features an easy-to-read illuminated control panel, making it much easier to operate.

If you have a smaller smartphone that measures less than six.5 inches, the Samsung Wave allows you to use it even with your motorcycle phone mount. The Mobile Smartphone Air Gesture Case can be used with any type of smartphone including smartphones that measure less than six.5 inches. It offers an efficient, slip-resistant, mobile stand that offers total hands-free use. It has a durable rubberized interior. It provides users with an intuitive navigation system with voice recognition.

If you want something durable and functional, the Diamond Creations Caw Car Phone Mount is what you need. With an official NAPRO approved seal of approval, this motorcycle phone mount is guaranteed to stay on cars for years to come. With a one-point release system, this cradle secures the phone to the top of the vehicle using a patented clip system. This patented design allows the phone to remain secure even when the wind blows fiercely against the windshield.