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<p class="p1">It’s no secret that there are a TON of smartphone mounts on the market right now, and given the sheer volume of dirt cheap offerings available across the web, it’s not always easy to separate quality from the junk that isn’t worthy of holding your long-dead 1st gen Motorola Razr. With that in mind, we recently got our hands on some gear from Kenu—the California-born smartphone mount company—for a closer look at how they’re trying to distinguish themselves from a huge pool of competition.

<p class="p1">Rather than looking at their basic Airframe model, which realistically looks like just about any other vent-type smartphone mount, we went with the Airframe Pro. Retailing for $29.95, the Pro model is designed for larger/heavier phones, with a spring-loaded gripping jaw that opens from 2.3 to 3.6 inches wide. According to specification, this means the Airframe Pro can handle the massive iPhone Xs Max and Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with ease, but for our testing purposes we fitted it with a more mid-sized Huawei Mate 10 Pro.

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"This product, on the other hand, was *perfect* . . . but only for three months.
The thing literally fell apart. It would be one thing if I were using it constantly or pulling at it, "abusing" it, etc. constantly . . . but no, I mostly used it on an "as-needed" basis (e.g., I needed to use navigation or talk on the phone while in the car).

I really am sorry to have to say that this turned out to be a piece of junk, because at first, it really seemed to be the perfect solution for me. But $30 for 3 months until it broke? What a rip-off. Maybe if it were even $10 I wouldn't be left with such a bad taste in my mouth."

Killer deal!
 

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I've found over the years that I try not to overly preplan projects that don't HAVE to turn out to a standard or guidelines and the helps me be happier with the eventual outcome. For example, this afternoon I was working on a project that I have plenty of experience with and should have a set plan just by repetition at this point. Wouldn't you know it, the peanut butter and jelly sandwich still turned out upside down. Luckily, since I didn't go in with a set plan, I was still able to enjoy the result.
 
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