GripGo Phone Mount Review


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Do you often miss important calls while driving because your phone is out of reach? Do you have to pull over to grab the phone and attend the call and it turns out to be an unimportant call, thus wasting your time? Whether you keep the phone on the seat, on the dashboard or in your bag it’s often not possible to get your phone while you drive, and trying to grab it can also prove to be dangerous as taking your eyes off the road and hands off the steering wheel can lead to an accident.

 

GripGo Phone Mount

A lot of times the phone also slips down the dashboard or between the seats when you try to grab it causing you more inconvenience and often leading you to miss a call. And often times there is a no go because you do not want to miss an important business or personal call. But now you wouldn’t have to with GripGo, the innovative hands free phone mount and drive safely while not missing any important or urgent call.

GripGo is extremely easy to install and can be mounted in your car within seconds. All you have to do is stick the phone on it and drive peacefully without worrying about missing important calls. GripGo grips the phone instantly and keeps a tight hold on it. Even though its grip is tight, taking the phone off is very easy as it lets go of the phone as smoothly as it grabs it. It can hold any model of phone, big or small, and with its twistable neck you can mount it vertically or even horizontally so you can conveniently mount it on the dashboard, under the mirror, inside your car or even on the windshield, in fact practically anywhere and you can see who’s calling at just a glance.

The regrippable technology doesn’t wear off and can be used for a lifetime. Its special technology also doesn’t leave a sticky residue on the back of your phone so you do not have to worry about dirtying your phone. Safety and convenience come for you at a very reasonable cost. And if you order a GripGo now, you get another one for free!

 


 

What do I get?
Buy Two GripGo car mounts for only $10.00 plus $15.90 P&H. Official website www.GetGripGo.com.

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17 Responses to “GripGo Phone Mount Review”

  1. Tiffany says:

    My fiancée and I are disappointed in the GripGo. It suppose to hold your cellphone secularly and well it don’t hold ours at all. You see we can be driving and hit the slightest little bump and our cellphone will fly right off. When we first saw the Ad for this we thought it sounded like something we could use considering we drive a Semi Truck for a living. I don’t know even after you follow the directions to clean this item well I hate to say it ….IT WILL NO LONGER HOLD !! I guess you can say that we are very unhappy with this product and would like to know how we can get our money back since we are unsatisfied customers. Someone please contact me and let me know the proper proceeders to take.

    Thank You,
    Ms. Tiffany B.

  2. GripGo Knowledge-A-Go-Go says:

    How many different orifices can GripGo fit in?

    How about simultaneously?

    Can the GripGo hold my car when I’m driving my phone?

    If a tree falls in a forest and no ones around, should you get a GripGo?

    Pick a number between 1 and 10. Was it GripGo?

    If I ask 20 questions about GripGo, but no one can be bothered to answer me, how many more questions should I post before I’ll get all my questions answered?

  3. Marco says:

    I have a GripGo and I can not get it to stick on the windshield or the dash.

  4. Pam says:

    I bought this product and am very sorry I did. I did spring for 2 unfortunately. They sent as a gift these ridiculous headsets that I have no use for. Anyway, the product worked fine for a few days but then my Samsung Galaxy S3 started to fall off and worse, it would start to sag whenever I placed it on the green sticky pad. The cell phone is a pain when is pointing down and pretty much a serious distraction. Very sorry I bought this. I should have known better. I guess I will send it back and hope to get my money back….. Please do not waste your money on this product – it is a joke!

  5. Geelar says:

    Best advice: Don’t buy GripGo Mount. If you call their 800 number you do not speak to a human. They will continue to try to sell you additional products no matter how many times you say “no”. You will not get a total amount charged at the end of the recording, that surprise comes in your bank statement. The customer service line is constantly busy. I asked for one and was charged for two, total $61.70! Finally got to a human to cancel, told too late, items shipped, however, told to refuse package delivery. Do not refuse, no record of return. I sent my unopened boxes back return receipt requested ($4.35) so I would know when received. They charged 31.00 for shipping and I can’t get them to refund money so I have filed a complaint with Conn Attorney General’s office. Also filed complaint to TV station that runs adds for GripGo.

  6. Eric says:

    Sorry for the partial double post, I accidentally hit the enter key halfway through it and it submitted the comment.

    There’s one more thing I meant to mention in my previous post, and it’s probably the most important thing: Don’t buy this product or any other “As Seen On TV” products unless you can get them at a retail store, or through a reputable online e-tailer that you’re comfortable with. Many ASOTV products can be purchased at the mall or from stores such as Wallgreens etc.. I STRONGLY advise you not to purchase this or any other ASOTV products from the ASOTV website.

    Btw, there ARE a lot of good ASOTV products, they’re not all scams. The scams are with the way the products are marketed and sold, and as often as not the products themselves do what they advertise. I don’t know about the GripGo though, I’m still looking for authentic reviews of it myself.

  7. Eric says:

    Folks, a little word of wisdom… Almost every “As Seen On TV” product that’s put out nowadays is accompanied by at least several additional marketing websites disguised as a product review, the GripGo included. The purpose of these sites is to trick you into believing you’re reading real product reviews, and to drive additional traffic to the product’s website (typically the “As Seen On TV” website, where you can purchase the product and get brutally scammed by highly deceptive sales practices).

    A few ways to recognize fake review websites: 1) Private individuals don’t put up entire websites dedicated to reviewing one product. If it’s the only product reviewed on the website, it’s not a real review. 2) If the precise product name is gratuitously mentioned over and over and over again throughout the review, it’s fake. 3) If there are links to the site where you can purchase the product, it’s probably fake, particularly if there are multiple links throughout the review. 4) If you see several product review websites specifically for this one product, particularly if the style of the so-called “reviews” are similar, they’re probably fake. 5) If the site doesn’t let user post their own comments about the review itself or the product, it’s very likely fake.

    There are other less subtle ways to tell if a review is fake, but those are a good start. The most trustworthy place to look for REAL product reviews is on websites that specialize in reviewing products, either by the editor and/or from owners. Obviously, major online e-tail websites like Amazon.com etc. are also an excellent source for customer provided product reviews, although you do have to watch out for fake reviews on those sites as well. Unfortunately the “As Seen On TV” products often aren’t available from 3rd party sellers, so that may not be an option. Look out for very similar reviews posted over a short period of time, particularly from accounts where the user hasn’t posted any other reviews. Most major e-tail websites allow you to look at the other reviews a user has posted, so if you’re even slightly concerned that a user’s review(s) might be fake, be sure to check out their profile and other reviews.

    One last thing… BEWARE OF PURCHASING ANYTHING FROM THE “AS SEEN ON TV” website(s). The process is highly deceptive, and either tricks or forces you to buy additional products, on top of paying for shipping and handling twice. Don’t fall for that “buy one get one free” cr@p, the second one is just paid for through the highly overpriced shipping & handling charge you pay on each individual item. There are literally thousands and thousands of complaints that have been filed by people that were either tricked, scammed, over charged, or fraudulently charged after ordering from one of those sites. I’ve been down the same road myself, having purchased a Grill Buddy or some such thing for cleaning your BBQ grill. I was charged, but never received the product, and after around 4-6 months I was finally able to get a refund. The customer service at the As Seen On TV website is practically non-existent, so you’re completely screwed if you need any assistance at all with your order once you’ve completed your purchase.

    Good luck!

  8. Eric says:

    Folks, a little word of wisdom… Almost every “As Seen On TV” product that’s put out nowadays, is accompanied by at least several additional marketing websites disguised as a product review. The purpose of these sites is to trick you into believing you’re reading real product reviews, and to drive additional traffic to the product’s website (typically the “As Seen On TV” website, where you can purchase the product and get brutally scammed by highly deceptive sales practices).

    A few ways to recognize fake review websites: 1) Private individuals don’t put up entire websites dedicated to reviewing one product. If it’s the only product reviewed on the website, it’s not a real review. 2) If the precise product name is gratuitously mentioned over and over and over again throughout the review, it’s fake. 3) If there are links to the site where you can purchase the product, it’s probably fake, particularly if there are multiple links throughout the review. 4) If you see several product review websites specifically for this one product, particularly if the style of the so-called “reviews” are similar, they’re probably fake.

    There are other less subtle ways to tell if a review is fake, but those are a good start. The most trustworthy place to look for REAL product reviews, is on websites that specialize in

  9. john says:

    Googled gripgo for a review and found a bunch of fake reviews. At this stage, I could not find a genuine review. If anyone knows or tried this product, let us know.

  10. Gripgo Employee says:

    Gripgo is a wonderful product……if you are looking for a distraction while you drive. Why turn your cell off when you can have it on the middle of your windshield obstructing your view? Plus, the sticky only lasts a few months then we reject your return! What a great company! Better off putting superglue on your cell than wasting money on a product which will cause more accidents than prevent.

    ps they use demo cells in the promos…not real, activated cells costing several hundred dollars.

    • Robin says:

      I ordered GripGo Phone Mount and yes they charged me for two when I only ordered one. I ordered from their website. I did receive them both with a gift It came in about two week. It does hold my cell phone but only for a little while before it fall off the grip and I have a Samsung galaxy s2 which is a lite phone!!! the sticky on the back to mount on a dash is a joke had to buy other stuff to use for sticky. Its doesn’t stick to window it doesn’t have much of a suction cup. I did use it with my Toshiba thrive on the kitchen counter and my Toshiba is heavy so I would not say it works with all phones I guess it is what the back of your phone is made of.

  11. GogripCurious says:

    The article above tricked me. I thought it was a review but instead its just non researched garbage.

    “Hence if you are looking to buy GripGo Phone Mount or other such products, they say you need to look for genuine reviews about them. These reviews are really helpful unlike fake reviews that can be easily found online too”

    The article even advises you to LOOK FOR a genuine review because it is a fake review!

  12. Mr. Privacy says:

    I almost made a purchase of several of these seemingly great inventions, but I read their Privacy Policy and was quickly deterred. I will not give up my privacy to this company.

  13. Normand Rivard says:

    The GripGo Phone Mount is a rip-off you get suckered into buying 2 by misleading you thinking you’re buying 2 for the price of 1. You end up buying 4 for the Price of 2 plus this extra postage and handling fee.

    Do not do it.

    Buy it in the store.

    Crooks.

    Normand

  14. GripGo Phone Mount Questions says:

    Did anyone buy GripGo Phone Mount, any testimonials?

  15. Can GripGo really be mounted on the dashboard, windshield or under the mirror?

    Does it hold the phone tight and not let it slip off?

    Is it easy and convenient to use?

    Is it durable?

    Does it leave sticky residue on the phone?

    Is GripGo available in different colors?

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