I switched to wireless charging a long time ago. For the past two years, I have barely used wires at all. The only place where I had a wire until recently was in the car. But with Moshi SnapTo, you can eliminate the extra wires there too. I have known the Moshi brand for a long time. Wireless chargers at home are just this company. In general, I am more than satisfied with them. They are beautiful, covered with gray fabric, charge using the Qi standard, and a quick charge. But today I will tell you about car charging and its features.

Moshi SnapTo: What’s in the Package?

Usually, I’m talking about a complete set of smartphones, not accessories. But in the case of car mounts, the kit is also important. The SnapTo car holder comes with all the necessary accessories.

In general, first, you need to talk about the concept of SnapTo. This is a whole series of Moshi gadgets, which are united by magnetic mounts. There is a car holder, a holder with a charger, and a case. And in fact, the cover is the central element here. It is simply impossible to use other accessories without a cover. So let’s take a look at the holder and case together. I have an iPhone 11 Pro, but there are cases for other iPhone models. In general, Moshi has many cool cases, and the SnapTo series even has this cool one.

Moshi SnapTo Car Mount Review with Wireless Charging

But back to the mount and my case. I won’t say anything about the cover kit. There is only the cover itself and nothing else. But in the box with the holder, I found a lot of interesting things.

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So, there is the holder itself, a rather long USB-C cable, and a glass mount. And also, two metal plates SnapTo, so they allow you to hold the smartphone. Plastic plugs are initially inserted in the cover. They must be pulled out and replaced with metal ones from the holder kit.

Moshi SnapTo: Holder and Case Appearance

I have a white Moshi case with silver trim. What pleases him is the protection. It covers the iPhone 11 Pro from all sides. For example, in a native case, the bottom edge with microphones and a Lightning port remains open. True, due to this, it seems a little cumbersome, but you get used to it in one day.

As I said, there are plastic inserts in the case. You need to get them out and insert metal plates in their place. Even a child can handle this. Everything is simple and even intuitive.


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