TYLT Capio 2.0 Universal Car Mount Review
Even though our smartphone use should be limited in the car, there’s no denying how useful your phone can be for navigation, music, and more. It’s never fun to keep your phone on your lap and with phones getting bigger and bigger, they rarely fit in the cupholder. With the new Capio 2.0 universal smartphone mount, you get something looks good, is very functional, and is easy to use.
The Capio 2.0 pulls it’s design from the TYLT Vu Wireless Charging car mount. While only available in a single color, this mount does look very nice and it’s neutral color complements most car interiors. The mount’s size is a bit big, but it doesn’t get in the way when you’re driving.
The extending arms of the Capio 2.0 are designed to easily hold phones up to 6″. It can easily hold my Nexus 6P, Note 5, and even the massive original Nexus 6. You can extend the arms by pressing the button on the back of the mount and close them by squeezing them together. The base of the mount has a seperation where you can easily slide in your charging cable. It fits the USB C cable for my Nexus 6P with ease and microUSB cables also fit easily.
To hold the mount to your car there’s a micro-gel suction cup. Once secured in place this mount is not going anywhere. It can easily hold your phone while mounted to the dashboard or the windshield.
At $29.99 the Capio 2.0 is a pretty solid deal. It’s not the cheapest car mount on the market, but with the style and reliability of a TYLT product, it’s definitely worth picking up. The Capio 2.0 is available from TYLT directly and also from Amazon. Links are below to purchase.