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    Quote Originally Posted by drewlad160387 View Post

    i like the cassete idea thou it great but does it not slide out if u need to make a quick getaway at a juction
    somehow I think I missed that question, though somewhere in the back of my head there is a niggle I may have said something about it before, but No, doesn't move even with idiotic acceleration. Wouldnt want to do a rally using the idea, but never moved anywhere at any point. If it had done, I would have modified it with a bit of spring steel or something, but really no need as it works fine.

    Glad the idea has worked for others too. Now onto the iphone adapter
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    That's a REEL good idea! I hope you don't get too much RIBBON (ribbing) for that! This joke could SPOOL on for a while. It may get its own SLOT. Just don't press eject or it could be "at the next opportunity, pull over and pick me up off the rear seat", and you know your in trouble when she says "at the end of the road please turn over the cassette".
     
     

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    You just solved my problem as to where to put my phone

    I have a HTC HD2 with a nice big screen, built in sat nav and all the music I want and like you did not want to stick it to my screen (to far away to change music or sort out sat nav) Did not want to drill holes in my dash.

    But now stick the holder to a tape slide it in job done.

    Easy to reach, easy to use, easy to see.

    Now where is my misses bloody Milka tape
     
     

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    I love this idea as i get so annoyed wth my tomtom on my windscreen.

    unfortunatley for me i dont have a tape player which kind of ruins it for me, unless i do a modern CD version haha
     
     

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    you need one of these...................dash vent mounting

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/CAR-VENT-MOUNT...item45ef88cb04
     
     

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    Great idea. Really great idea. May be worth contacting Tom Tom. Could make a lot of money for your self!
     
     

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