I got this because I have a PopSocket on my iPhone 7 Plus and wanted a mount that could accommodate it. So far, this is perfect. Seems to stick well, and it's easy to get the phone in and out in moments. Also nice that there's no heavy arm sticking out, so I would think that would help the adhesive power. I can mount my phone high or low, and I prefer it low so it's not interfering with the view of the road. My PopSocket is below the midway point on my phone, and I pop the phone in the bracket so it's around the volume buttons. The bracket is sitting at the edge of the dashboard just over the center vents.
I really like the Kenu Airframe+ as it's the only car mount I have found that works with my large Nexus 6P and the bumper around it. I tried other mounts that were magnetic and the adhesive wore out over time and larger mounts with a swivel arm with a dashboard suction cup that couldn't hold the weight of a large phone.
The Kenu Airframe+ vent mount on the back has a simple option for thick or thin air vents and fits perfectly into the vents on my 2017 Kia Sportage. I have driven with the Kenu Airframe+ for a few weeks and it doesn't bounce or shake at all when I turn corners or hit bumps in the road. The phone holder itself has a very solid grip on the phone and it keeps the phone securely in place. I also like the size and portability of the Kenu Airframe+ so I can carry it in my pocket if I need to use it on my desk or another flat surface.
My only serious complaint here is with the holder for the phone. I knocked it one star because of this. It is impossible for me to easily remove the phone from the Kenu Airframe+ with one hand. I have to remove the Kenu Airframe+ from the air vent, then pull back on the spring with both hands to remove my phone. When I get back into my car, I have to insert my phone back into the Kenu Airframe+ with both hands and put it back into the air vents. Over time, I can see where this repeated removing and inserting the mount into the air vents will either damage my vents or the Kenu Airframe+ rubber mounts on the back.
I wish there was a one-button feature that allowed me to easily insert or release my phone in the Kenu Airframe+, otherwise it's annoying having to struggle with the spring mount just to get my phone in and out of the Kenu Airframe+ Hopefully, there is a simple hack that would allow for this to happen. I really love the Kenu Airframe+ but it just needs to be more accessible with one hand.
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