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Magnetic smartphone mount for scooter's dashboard


🧲 The magnetic dashboard mount
🔧 Discreet, anti-vibration and compatible with all makes
🚀 10-year warranty: speed, cobblestones, off-road, potholes
🌍 Validated by thousands of motorcyclists worldwide

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How does it work?

Step 1: Attach your mount to your maxi-scooter on the center of the handlebars or above the dashboard.

Step 2: Protect your phone in the sleeve or stick the metal plate to your phone case.

Step 3: Clap the sleeve or metal plate into place, centering it on the holder. And there you go: your phone won't budge.

Does it hold?

But rather than a long speech, here are a few important points:

  • Paving stones, potholes, sidewalks... the support holds!
  • Stable even at high speeds (tested up to 226 km/h on a racetrack)
  • The magnetic system supports up to 50 times the weight of your smartphone.
  • The system has been validated by over 5,000 stores.

And you can imagine that, for the past 5 years, if our supports didn't work, we wouldn't be here anymore, and the best chains wouldn't sell us.

Product advantages
  • Protects against engine and road vibration
  • Perfectly touchscreen sleeve
  • Protects against rain
  • Landscape/portrait tilting without tools
  • Face ID compatible (Android)
  • Central opening for USB port / headphones
  • Ideal for Yamaha Xmax/Tmax scooters, Piaggo MP3, Forza 125/300/350/750 BMW C400GT/X, C650 sport/GT.
  • Scooter dashboard compatible (4 cm space to be drilled to screw the bracket)
  • 3 sleeve sizes compatible with all phone brands without removing the protective case (see size guide)
  • Harmless to the phone: the magnets are located between two iron plates that cut off the magnetic field at the phone.
  • Patented


A powerful magnetic mount


A powerful magnetic mount

To validate our two-wheeler mounts, we did two tests:

- a first one in a wind tunnel at nearly 87 mph (maximum speed of the wind tunnel) with the LIFSE

- a second test on the Carole circuit at 140 mph


Turnkey installation


Turnkey installation

1. Remove the plastic part of your scooter to be drilled so that you can insert the screw(s).

2. Drill 1 or 2 holes (handlebars or dashboard).

3. Fit the screw(s) and place the lock washer on the plate side.

Important: position the strap before screwing on the mounting plate. Either between the 2 screws, or through the screw.

4. Screw on the mounting plate, then fix the mount so that the strap is evenly tensioned.

5. Replace the scooter's plastic part. 

6. Insert your phone into the sleeve, snap it to the mount (making sure it's centered) and off you go!


Compatible with your smartphone


Compatible with your smartphone

Choose the sleeve best suited to your phone from our 3 sizes for an optimal fit.
Measure the height of your phone with the shell or search from our list below (advice given with the shell).

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
Joao Sousa

Complete satisfaction, fast delivery of the product Congratulations

Juan Maroto Núñez
Ideal for a piaggio mp3

The installation is simple, but you have to make two holes that at first put me off, but after deciding it looks great. Totally recommended.

To be seen with time

order received in a short time and for the rest, too early to give a Reviews

Magnetic smartphone mount for scooter's dashboard

Great product, simple, practical and effective! Perfect

Sylvie 31
Effective support

Not easy to mount on Piaggo mp3 300 dashboard. With the weight of the iPhone the support turns down. But it holds well, you can see the screen, the touch works well. No wind grip.

Do you still have questions?

I saw that the mounts could break the phone's camera?

This is true only for motorcycles, where the engine vibrations of certain bikes can damage the optical stabilizers of certain phones (mainly Iphone).
Our mounts with pockets absorb the vibrations, so there's no risk.

We explain it all here.

Does the sleeve really protect against the rain?

The Classic and Pro sleevees provide protection from the rain, but are not designed to be immersed in water - they are not waterproof. For this, you need to choose the waterproof sleeve.
But under normal conditions, you can ride in the rain without worry with our 3 sleevees.

Is the sleeve tactile?

Yes, of course. And to ensure that the touch is as responsive as possible, it's important to choose the right size of sleeve, for which please refer to our size guide.

Does the phone heat up?

Obviously, the phone will heat up more in the sleeve than without it. Then it all depends on the phone, the GPS, whether you're charging the phone at the same time, and the outside temperature.
It's rare, but it can happen. In this case, you should opt for the version with the metal plate.

Are there reflections in the sun?

Yes, it can happen. Depending on the position of the sun, the position of your phone or your posture on your 2-wheeler. You can use the metal plateto limit this effect, but don't forget that, even without a pocket, visibility can be reduced in direct sunlight.
And don't forget to set your lights to maximum.

Can I charge my phone?

Yes, of course! The Classic and Pro sleevees have a slot for the charger cable.

What if I change my smartphone?

If you stay with the same size, you don't have to buy anything. If not, you can buy just the sleeve, no need to buy the whole thing again.

Is there a warranty?

Yes, up to 10 years by registering your product. All explained here.

Is it compatible with induction and/or Magsafe charging?

The metal plate is not compatible with induction charging.

The Magsafe won't be enough to withstand the shocks. It is essential to use the Shapeheart sleeve or plate to ensure proper use of the mounts.

Can someone steal my phone?

It's a legitimate question, but it's not a concern we're seeing at all.
On the one hand, you have to bear in mind that the mount is removable. Our brackets are very discreet, with no apparent distinctive sign. There's no more risk than when you're walking down the street with your phone in your hand.
Most snatch thefts take place on public transport. In the metro, for example, where once the doors are closed, there's nothing you can do about it.
Once again, this is a legitimate question, but we haven't had the slightest feedback on this type of theft.

Which version to choose?

It's all explained : here.