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Old 08-20-2006, 11:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking for a Cradle that attaches to the Windshield via Suction Cup and holds my 7100i, I don't need one with stuff built into it, just something to hold the device in with an arm on it does anyone know were I can get one? I see some that have like a charger built into it and stuff and I dont want that. I just want one thats simple and just simply holds the device in place while on the go.

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Telenav has them. For a nicer solution see ProClip.
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Telenav has them. For a nicer solution see ProClip.
Can you be a little more specific, like websites or something? Please.

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Although they're not suction cup mounts, I've been using the ProClip mount for my Treo 650 and it's a super system. I'm now using a Blackberry 7105t and am about to order the holder for the BB to replace the one for my Treo. Because the Treo was such a lead weight (180 grams!) it really tested the ProClip and it never faultered. They're more expensive than a suction cup model but they're totally secure and, IMHO, well worth the extra expense.
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Here are some links and asome more info.

Telenav has what you are actually asking about. It's a goosenek holder that mounts to the windshield with a suction cup. It is on their Accessories page. I just went there and it asked for my phone number and PIN. I have and account, so not sure if you can just go in to buy the holder since they primarily sell direction services.

The ProClip dash mount (easy install) can be found at ProClips. You will deed a device holder and a vehicle mount. They're not cheap, but they are real nice.
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ProClip is a good manufacturer, I have one of their holsters for my Sirius player.
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By the way, I just noticed ProClip has a suction cup mount, but you'll still need the device holder.
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