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This is my first DIY. It is so nice and quite stable. It's easy and cost less =) Enjoy and Do It Yourself ;D
Just Prepare 2 clip (any color) 
<p>Mr. Godiva, you have inspired me to include with your Instructable, my Very 1st, because it matches yours fairly well, but compliments your concept... doesn't compete with your idea! (ha ha)</p><p>An idea for a Super-easy Clip Cell phone holder for your car's Rear-view Mirror. </p><p>1) Take (2) medium clips &amp; (1) small clip.</p><p>2) Remove one clip arm by squeezing it together &amp; disconnecting it from it's hinge.</p><p>3) Loop the disconnected clip arm thru a clip arm of the Medium sized clip &amp; then re-squeeze that arm and re-install it on the original clip, so now the (2) Medium -sized clips are linked.</p><p>4) Now &quot;pinch&quot; one Clip facing upward to the tab below your Rear-view mirror in the car (That you flip when someone has their brights on... to make that go away!) </p><p>**Just fasten the clip to that tab. The down-facing clip can fasten to the top of your cell phone. </p><p>**You may note that the phone will pivot... Now clip the 3rd small clip to the intersection of the (2) Medium clips, so the phone is angled towards the driver, and the phone is now stable, secure, and right at eye-level.</p><p>A very safe, cheap, &amp; easy phone solution... most appropriate for thinner, lighter phones. Honestly, mine's just an average Android &amp; the metal clips Never scratch it.</p><p>Enjoy!</p>
Thank you sir. By the way, I'm Miss Godiva.
<p>Great idea for fun mela</p>
<p>great idea. </p>
<p>Mr. Godiva, you have inspired me to include with your Instructable, <br>my Very 1st, because it matches yours fairly well, but compliments your <br>concept... doesn't compete with your idea! (ha ha) <br></p><p>An idea for a Super-easy Clip Cell phone holder for your car's Rear-view Mirror. </p><p>1) Take (2) medium clips &amp; (1) small clip.</p><p>2) Remove one clip arm by squeezing it together &amp; disconnecting it from it's hinge.</p><p>3) <br> Loop the disconnected clip arm thru a clip arm of the Medium sized clip <br> &amp; then re-squeeze that arm and re-install it on the original clip, <br>so now the (2) Medium -sized clips are linked.</p><p>4) Now &quot;pinch&quot; one <br> Clip facing upward to the tab below your Rear-view mirror in the car <br>(That you flip when someone has their brights on... to make that go <br>away!) </p><p>**Just fasten the clip to that tab. The down-facing clip can fasten to the top of your cell phone. </p><p>**You <br> may note that the phone will pivot... Now clip the 3rd small clip to <br>the intersection of the (2) Medium clips, so the phone is angled towards <br> the driver, and the phone is now stable, secure, and right at <br>eye-level.</p><p>A very safe, cheap, &amp; easy phone solution... most <br>appropriate for thinner, lighter phones. Honestly, mine's just an <br>average Android &amp; the metal clips Never scratch it.</p><p>Enjoy!</p>
<p>looks do able and convenient </p>

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