The all-new Kenu Airframe Plus mounts a smartphone to a car's air vent.

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The Kenu Airframe Plus can mount phones in portrait or landscape modes.

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With the Airframe Plus clipped to an air vent, you can place your phone in the bracket with one hand.

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Pulling your phone loose from the bracket tends to pull the whole mount off the vent.

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The bracket width is 2 1/4 inches, but expands up to 3 1/4 inches, making it suitable for many phones with a diagonal screen measurement up to 6 inches.

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The Airframe Plus holds phones such as the Nexus 5 and Samsung Galaxy S5.

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The rubber clip on the back has cross-hatched slots to clip vents in portrait or landscape modes.

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