• Dimension : 10.2Cm x 5.2Cm x 3 cm; weight: 80 g; material: ABS + TPU
  • Includes one (1) device holder, one (1) mount buckle, one (1) screw to install the holder onto the mount
  • Fits gadgets (phones, mp3, GPS and more) with width between 54mm and 84 mm
  • Rubber cushioned clamps and cradle provide stronger and shockproof grip
  • Flexible dual safety buckle-and-knob mechanism to securely attach the holder onto handlebars

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Product Description

BikingMyWay Universal Phone Mount for Bike – Adjustable Arm Extension 54mm – 84mm – for iPhone 6S/6/5S/5/4 Samsung Galaxy Note Any Smartphone or Compact Size GPS

Designed for sports and exercise, the fivejoy bicycle phone holder is a must-have accessory for riders to use their gadgets (such as mobile phones, mp3, GPS, bike computers and more) while riding. It’s built to provide long lasting and super tight grip even on rough roads. Made of high quality abs plastic, combined with rubber cushion bumper, it is a durable holder that protects the device’s frame and paint. Matched with a smooth plastic mold, the rubber bumper also provides a shock-absorbing and tension-proofing grip on the device when navigating on bumpy roads. Reliable and secure features such as the buckle and knob mechanism, are designed and developed for easy installation and superior grip on the handlebar, top tube, or the stem. Free and open design allows users to have full access to the device while navigating on the road. The adjustable clamp allows devices measuring 54 to 84mm in width to fit securely on this phone holder. The clamps’ tight grip ensures that device stay in place even when the bike is upside down. Give it a try! Click “add to cart” yellow button above and get it now.

How to choose the best charger and cable for your smartphone

1) Choose the correct charger:

This is simpler. Each charger comes with a label or inscription informing the current in amperes ( A or mAh ) and the voltage in volts (V) .
The voltage should always be 5V and the current must be at least 2A or 2000mAh . Below these values, generally, will be little for any current appliance. The maximum is usually 3A or 4A .

2) Cable selection (USB, MicroUSB, etc)

It does not look like it, but this task is just as important as choosing the charger. And it’s usually a lot more complicated than it sounds. First, because the difference between a quality cable and an inefficient cable is not always “visible”. Second, store sellers (virtually everyone) can not tell which cable is the best, and therefore end up making only brand recommendations or assumptions.

Nine tricks to make your phone’s battery last longer

Does your cell phone battery always end up when you need it most? And when there is no outlet close by to carry it? Does your portable charger ever let you down?
Despite some advancements, making a battery last longer is a challenge for the telephony industry.

While they are looking for solutions, we have put together a series of quick adjustments that you can make on your phone to make the battery pay more.

1. Adjust the screen brightness

The brightness of the display of your device has a great impact on the battery consumption. Decrease the brightness and keep it as low as possible in a way that is still comfortable to read.
To do this, go to Settings or settings >> Screen or brightness, depending on the type of mobile you have.
You can also turn off the “auto brightness” option, since it may be optimized to be at a very high brightness level.

2. Turn off vibrate mode

Letting the cellphone vibrate along with the beep or when in silent mode consumes a lot of battery power. It is a useful function for anyone who does not want the cell phone to ring. But if you do not need it, it’s best to turn it off. To do this, go to Settings and Adjustments, and then click Sound.

3. Reduce screen lock time

Much of a battery’s life is consumed with the use of the home screen. So, the less time your cell phone takes to darken the screen, the more it saves battery life.
To check this, go to Settings >> General >> Automatic lock. Then select the shortest possible time.

4. Disconnect wi-fi and bluetooth connections

Both functions undermine the battery of any cell phone. If you are not using it, turn off one or both.
Remember that there is no reason to walk around with the wi-fi connected. Both the new Android and iPhone models have options to turn both connections on or off on the home screen, so you do not have to go to the settings menu.

5. Disable the permanent GPS location

This is another of the battery-consuming functions. But you can turn it off or restrict its use.
To do this, go to Settings >> Privacy >> Location. On this screen, you can either disable the feature entirely or, depending on your phone, select the apps that can use the location service.

6. Reduce notifications

Do you even have to know at the time each time someone likes or comments a post on Facebook? If you feel it is not critical in your life, consider turning off notifications from your social networks.

Keep in mind that notifications light up the screen and thus spend battery power.

To do this, go to Settings or Settings >> Notifications >> and adjust your preference for each application.

7. Do not let applications run “in the background”

If enabled, this feature allows applications to be updated when your phone is connected to a Wi-Fi network, for example.
But to save energy, it’s worth to disable this feature entirely, or at least for applications that do not always have to be updated.

To change, go to Configuration >> General >> update “in the background”

It is also worth remembering to close the applications when you are no longer using them.

8. Check which of your applications are consuming more battery power

In both Android and iPhone it is possible to check the percentage of battery used by applications like Whatsapp, Facebook and Skype.

Thus, it is easier to decide whether it is worth leaving them open or closed.

On the iPhone, go to Settings >> General >> Usage >> Battery usage. On Android, the path is Settings >> Battery management >> Battery usage.

9. If you have an Android, turn on the power save mode
You can activate this function to extend battery life when convenient.

To do this, go to Settings >> Battery Management. In some models, you can choose up to three different types of economy, which combine various tricks cited in this text.