People are raving about this one-touch car mount on Amazon

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change. 

While there are many phone holders to choose from, it can be tricky to find one that feels secure, stable and reliable when driving. However, thousands of shoppers have found solace in one particular car mount, and many of them have exclaimed that it’s the best they’ve ever used.

Costing $25, the iOttie Easy One Touch Car Mount Phone Holder has over 15,700 ratings and more than 5,700 five-star reviews on Amazon. Available in three different options that can be used for either your air vent, CD slot, or dash/windshield, it has become a bestselling product and reviewers can’t seem to get enough of it.

Shop: iOttie Easy One Touch 4 Dash & Windshield Car Mount, $24.95

Credit: Amazon

Able to lock and release with the push of one button, it can additionally hold all kinds of phones and cases that are within 2.3 to 3.5 inches. Along with it being super easy-to-use, you can also depend on its super strong suction cup and pivotable knob. You can even download the iOttie DriveSmarter App on your phone which allows you to find your car in a parked location.

One five-star reviewer wrote, “I’ve used multiple sized phones, and they all work great – best product I’ve bought online in a while, and I’m glad I paid a few dollars more compared to the others. This one is fantastic!”

“Sturdy, versatile and secure,” another shopper explained, “It is surprisingly stable mounted on my dashboard and in the perfect position for me to see the screen well. ”

If you enjoyed this article, you can also shop these $60 headphones that tons of Amazon shoppers love.

More from In The Know:

People cannot believe Vera Wang is 70 years old

This inexpensive hack keeps folded clothing from falling over

Fitbit’s latest fitness tracker has one major advantage over older models

Old Navy and Anthropologie both launch fabric face masks

Listen to the latest episode of our pop culture podcast, We Should Talk: