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Discussion in 'Audi S4/A4/A4 Cab (B7 Chassis)' started by AudiSport, Nov 28, 2010.

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    [Nov 28, 2010]
    Where do you guys mount your iPhones? And pics and links of where to buy such cradles would be great. I have an iphone4.
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    IMO Brodit are the best. I bought a few first and was never happy with them. I then dicovered this. Which allows you to keep the charger, i-trip etc attached all then time if required, whilst just taking the phone out of the cradle or putting it in without messing with ther wires. You can also route the wires behind the dash very easily. This one is also adjustable so you can hold the phone with or without a case.

    They're around £55 new. I've finished with this one now, so it's up fore sale for considerably less if you are interested. :sly:

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    Pm sent! Great info, thank you!
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    PM replied to. Mine is similar to the one above but with the fixing beneath for chargers, I-trips etc. You have to buy the fixing bracket seperately (I have this for mine and will be included). You just need four radio removal keys (99p from eBay). Pull the head unit out and attach the bracket to a hidden bolt behind. Slipper head unit back in and job done.

    EDIT: whilst you have the head unit it you can run the charging cable etc behind and either down to the drivers knee area and along the centre consol with a cigarette charger on the end or hardwire it in permanently. :icon_thumright:
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    [Nov 29, 2010]
    Arkon - had it fir ages, they do loads of types - I have one that clips into the air vent. Nice bit of kit.
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