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Home Made Nexus One Car Holder
Money saving methods are always welcome, and even more when you are studying or saving for something…
Do you have a HTC Nexus One and need a low cost car holder for your car? XDA member Rinegpeace made one spending just a few coins. The idea is to become a little creative and buy some very cheap parts that can be found almost everywhere. Some could say just buy one but here is always another way and here it is.
Originally posted by Rinegpeace
[DIY] Nexus One car holder
Here is my new DIY Nexus One car holder I just put together:
The base is from Garmin nüvi 200 series and the holder for phone is just plain hard shell I bought very cheap from eBay.
What do you think?
It looks great and slim also holds phone quite well.
Here are few photos in ‘action’ (sorry for the mess in my garage):
I’m new user and I am not permitted to post outside links.
For case just search for ‘BLACK HYBRID HARD BACK CASE FOR HTC GOOGLE NEXUS ONE’ on UK eBay.
You can find more information in the original thread.
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