I've reviewed many car mounts over the years, and ever since Apple released Qi-based cordless phones, the question was how to mount the phone so it could also charge, and still be able to unplug the phone when needed. Moshi sent me an early version of its SnapTo Wireless Wireless Car Mount ($ 59.95) and I think the company is on the right track. Because Moshi is also a case manager, comany has a special case that accepts optional "SnapTo" metal plates. When inserted and attached via 3M adhesive strips, they melt into the case, but leave the phone attached to a magnetic surface.
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360-degree movement is made possible by a steel ball, not a plastic that many other competitors offer. Moshi also uses USB-C for the charging mechanism, with USB-A for your own 12-volt adapter (not included). The case is nice and it still charges on other Qi based mats, even with the metal plates, since they are nowhere near the middle of the iPhone. If you upgrade your iPhone every time Apple releases a new form factor, you will of course need a new Moshi case, but they are well made, so it's not a sacrifice.
- Metal posts designed for specific cases
- Strong magnets hold iPhone securely in place
- Rotates 360 degrees
- Attaches to ventilation or windshield
- Optional wall mount
- Limited to specific cases from Moshi for certain phones  12 volt cigarette style adapter not included
SnapTo magnetic car mount with Moshi wireless charging makes wireless charging easy and hands-free.