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Phoneshield iPhone 5 / 5S / 5C Case and Mount Kit

The Phoneshield iPhone 5 Kit is an all-weather protective case and universal mount for the iPhone 5 and can be used with application specific mounts from Ram Mount or TechMount.

Features:

  • Charging Cable Passthrough
  • Dedicated Home Button
  • Camera Ready
  • 360° Rotation
  • Secure Lock
  • Shockproof
  • Weatherproof
  • Touchscreen Operable

Includes:

  • Phoneshield Case for iPhone 5 / 5S / 5C
  • Daily Use Case
  • Quick Release with Secure Lock
  • Universal Handlebar Mount
  • Handlebar Adapters
  • Flat Surface Mount-use this to attach to Ram Mount/TechMount
  • Rubber Base
  • Zip Tie Base
  • Two 15" Zip Ties
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Phoneshield iPhone 5/5S/5C Mount Kit 3.7 5 7 7
4500 miles, sun, rain, hot, cold this thing works! I used this on a 4500 mile ride this summer and it works great. Comes with pieces to fit just about every kind of handle bar out there and when properly attached feels very secure. I left it solely on my bike and took my phone out when I stopped at night. Took it through extensive rain over a lot of miles and it never leaked. They do provide you a rubber plug that is supposed to seal up the hole for the charging cable. I tried to use it but it did not really fit very well. While I was riding I just made sure to tilt the case at enough of an angle so that the plug was not necessary. Just watch out if you splash gasoline it will discolor the plastic a bit. December 15, 2014
Good product that has performed well (so far). First I have to say that the reason I bought this case was for my iPhone 5 when the iPhone 5 was still new and at the time there wasn't much out there and it met my needs. That being said, this product as not let me down, but I still haven’t had it out in any really heavy rain. Fitment: As I said, I have the iPhone 5 and it fits just fine and the iPhone 5s has the same casing. The iPhone 5c’s Poly-carbonate case adds an extra 0.05 inch (1.37 mm) of thickness and there may be a problem getting a good seal, but because the cover presses the phone down into the silicone rubber liner a bit so it may be fine, but it might be tight. If it is too tight, there some ridges on the silicone rubber liner that are designed to help absorb shock like dropping your phone and you may be able to trim some of them to get the fit you want, but the more you trim the less protection you have. As far as button functionality goes, with this cover you only access the home and standby buttons, there is nothing built in the case to allow you to use the side buttons. Access to the plugs is fine, I can charge the phone while riding and can access the earphone jack. But when you do open either charging or earphone ports, you will lose some water tightness because it doesn't completely seal around the cords. However, I don’t plan to go scuba diving with the thing and it may be fine on the roads. I am an adventure rider so I have to worry about water crossings. Also some of the aftermarket charging cords will not fit though the small hole provided, but I know Apple’s cord that comes with the phone will fit. The earphone jack whole is also small and you can only use earphones with the “small” straight plug like the one that came with your phone, most earphones/buds come with plugs that are bent 90 degrees and they will not fit this case. Doesn't really bother me since I use Bluetooth anyway. Hope this helps! October 4, 2014
good but not excellent when the sun hits the screen shines much and can not see clearly September 17, 2014
Broken on first long ride Installation was a breeze, seemed solid at first. HOWEVER, I took it on a quick ride and it looked like it was moving to much, so I took a look at it, and 3 of the 4 tabs that click it into place had broken - the secure lock kept it from falling off. That could have been partly my fault when I installed it? who knows. I super glued it to the base seemed again to be solid. Then the following weekend went on a 650 mile ride, about halfway through the entire base (where it pivots above the ball). if I wouldn't have had my iphone cord fastened down my phone would have been gone! I was passing a car, felt something hit my leg, looked down and the phone was just flapping in the wind. I am not happy at all about this product. Seriously disappointed it couldn't withstand a few hundred miles. In the attached photo you can see my glue job :) September 15, 2014
Solid mount, but has issues I bought this mount for my iPhone 5s as it appeared to have all the features I needed, solid case, vibration reduction, handlebar mount. The mount itself is solid and protects the phone adequately, with a touch screen cover that works. Problems: the pass through port for a charging cable is too small to admit the Powerlet iPhone 5 charging cable which I had also purchased. The instructions are hard to read and harder to understand, but fortunately for a standard installation, the instructions are not necessary. You need an allen wrench for the handlebar clamp, but the kit includes the wrong size wrench. I am looking for another solution for charging the phone while in the case. March 22, 2014
Definitely a solid buy I watch and read about several iphone 5 cases in the market and I ended up buying this one. Why? Well, it is weatherproof and most and absolutely important, IT LETS YOU CHARGE YOUR PHONE will inside the case. That last one was the main reason I bought it because I use my phone's GPS to navigate and of course that drains the battery very quickly, so being able to charge the phone will inside the case was crucial. About what's in the box: The Phoneshield comes with several mounting hardware that gives you the option to choose the best way to mount the case on your bike (adjustable mount, fixed mount, ty-wrap mount, etc.) The only con about this is that it doesn't come with the 10mm Allen wrench that you need to mount it, how is that possible? So be prepared with a 10mm wrench to mount the handlebar part. Other than that, it comes with everything you need to mount the case the way you choose better. It also comes with a transparent plastic cover that you can put on your Iphone and fits in the case while installed on the phone. This is a great thing because I carry my phone with a cover on and I have to take it of to fit it in the case, so the Phoneshield cover lets my keep a cover on the phone while traveling. Functionality: The case locks pretty tight. The home and lock screen button are available to use. The volume and silence buttons are not available while phone is in the case. At the bottom, there are two holes to plug your charger and your earphones. When not in use, these holes are covered by rubber plugs. Now, when charging and/or earphone cables are plugged in, you need to put another rubber plugs that come with the case to seal the holes. The best part is that the Phoneshield WORKS WITH GLOVES ON. It has a tactile screen and works flawlessly without gloves but you have to learn the trick and press a little hard to use it with gloves on. Phoneshield also lets you use the microphone and bottom speaker while phone is inside. But if you have a bluetooth set, you wouldn't be using those. Instructions are not very clear, they could've done a better job with the instructions manual. I started with the ball mount but hard vibrations kept sliding the case down so every time I had to pull it up, even after tightening the heck out of it. So now I'm going to change to the fixed mount. Overall, this is the best motorcycle Iphone case that on the market, IMO. Mainly because it lets you use and charge the phone while inside the case and it's completely weatherproof. I would seriously recommend this product. February 18, 2014
Works great with my iPhone 5s much more solid than i was expecting. fits my iphone 5s well. got caught in a rainstorm and my iphone was bone dry when i got home. case is protective, mount is secure, not much else i could ask for. had a less expensive case for my iphone 4 with less protection and less accessibility, it was definitely worth the extra $20 to protect my $600 phone. February 3, 2014
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Phoneshield iPhone 5/5S/5C Mount Kit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Steven C: I chose this product because I am stationed in Italy and plan to take long motorcycle rides. I will need my phone to stay charged for GPS mapping usage. Aug 10, 2014
Robson A R: I´lll to use my I5S like a gps and to view gopro app.
This case is secure and wp, and have a bracket to insert in the handlebars.
Jul 26, 2014
matt p: i hope it works with my iphone. Jul 25, 2014
Jeremy D: iPhone GPS mount along with a Powerlet Lightning adapter. Apr 9, 2014
Edward D: Need a weatherproof and shockproof mount for my iPhone 5s Mar 12, 2014
Craig L: I will be getting a new iphone soon Jan 26, 2014
Michael R: has an option to plug in charging cord in a weatherproof case. Oct 14, 2013
A shopper asked: will the holder work with a case on the 5c phone? Oct 4, 2014
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William S: First I have to say that the reason I bought this case was for my iPhone 5 when the iPhone 5 was still new and at the time there wasn't much out there and it met my needs.
That being said, this product as not let me down, but I still haven’t had it out in any really heavy rain.

Fitment:
As I said, I have the iPhone 5 and it fits just fine and the iPhone 5s has the same casing.
The iPhone 5c’s Poly-carbonate case adds an extra 0.05 inch (1.37 mm) of thickness and there may be a problem getting a good seal, but because the cover presses the phone down into the silicone rubber liner a bit it may work, but it might be tight. If it is too tight, there some ridges on the silicone rubber liner that are designed to help absorb shock like dropping your phone and you may be able to trim some of them to get the fit you want.

As far as button functionality goes, with this cover you only access the home and standby buttons, there is nothing built in the case to allow you to use the side buttons.
Access to the plugs is fine, I can charge the phone while riding and can access the earphone jack.
But when you do open either charging or earphone ports, you will lose some water tightness because it doesn't completely seal around the cords. However, I don’t plan to go scuba diving with the thing and it may be fine on the roads. I am an adventure rider so I have to worry about water crossings.
Also some of the aftermarket charging cords will not fit though the small hole provided, but I know Apple’s cord that comes with the phone will fit and with the case on you can only use earphone with the “small” straight plug like the one that came with your phone, most earphones/buds come with plugs that are bent 90 degrees. Doesn't really bother me since I use Bluetooth anyway.
Hope this helps!

I guess I should put this in a review as well?
Oct 4, 2014
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Eugene M: No. The phone cannot have a case on it. I would not buy this item again. The case is fine, but the ram mount that attaches to the handle bar is plastic. I broke mine the first time I used it. It is extremely weak and cheap. Oct 4, 2014
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John H: No. You must have no cover for it to fit. Great investment. I was using the rugged otterbox cover. What a pain to take off. Bought a simple cover to pop off fast. Oct 4, 2014
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blake s: It has a inner case u put your phone in. So I'm not sure. Maybe if you took that inner case out but it would have to be a thin case Oct 4, 2014
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matt p: I'm sorry. I misunderstood. You must take the case off the 5c Oct 4, 2014
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matt p: Yea it will work with the 5c Oct 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is says "weatherproof"
I want to know if it's "waterproof"
myself and I'm sure others occasionally get caught
in torrential downpours. Will this "weatherproof"
case be adequate?
Sep 5, 2014
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oswaldo l: In all honesty I would say it's very water resistant, but not totally, 100% waterproof. Under extreme torrential downpours it will be vulnerable but it will put a very good fight indeed. I've been in these situations and I'm still very satisfied with the results. Nothing is perfect. I still recommend it. If you get it just be very carefull when you tighten the unit as overdoing it will cause the binding piece to give. Good luck. Sep 5, 2014
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Edward D: Waterproof means that it can be used underwater. This implies O-ring seals, which this doesn't have. It will keep out raindrops which splash on the case. I would not dive underwater with this case. Sep 5, 2014
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Jamie J: I used this on a 2 week ride this summer from San Antonio to Seattle and back... got rained on/down poured several times and phone never got wet! Was very impressed with the case. Sep 5, 2014
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Sebastian P: I've used it in torrential downpours and it protected my iPhone. I hit a big pothole on the highway and my phone flew off! The case broke but it saved my phone Sep 5, 2014
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Paulo M: I have used it only once, but it seems to me to do what is promised!
Very rugged and easy to use (touch screen).
Sep 5, 2014
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Matt D asked: I read a review that the pass through port for a charging cable is too small to admit the Powerlet iPhone 5 charging cable. Is this true? I was planning on purchasing these two items today but not if the charging cable will not work with the iPhone mount. Apr 1, 2014
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richard k: The rubber inside the mount is too small but I just drilled it out and put the cable thru it, there is a snug fit so it should keep out water and it works fine.

My handlebars already have speakers etc. so I mounted it on the Harley center consale by drilling holes and mounting the screws from underneath, this also shortens the distance to the unit as the cord now comes from under the seat. I connected it directly to the amp, got rid of my radio/tape player and the sound is excellent, enjoy.
Apr 1, 2014
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Edward D: Yes, that is true. Here is what I heard back from CS at Phoneshield:

"We will have to make note of that, we tried obtaining a Powerlet cable before the iPhone 5 case was released to no avail.

Thanks for the feedback.

Phoneshield Support"
Apr 1, 2014
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Edward D: This is a followup to my previous answer.
You can still use the mount, which is a good mount for the 5S by using your regular phone charging cable attached to a Male-Female USB extension, which will then plug into a Powerlet USB dongle.
Apr 1, 2014
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Craig L: No idea... It's still in the box, I haven't had the time to even open it and put it on my bike yet... Sorry I can't help more
Apr 1, 2014
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MAURICIO B: itself is too small Apr 2, 2014
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Brenda L asked: Does anyone know if this fits the iPhone 5C? Oct 12, 2013
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A S: i have a 5s, my friend tested it with his 5c, and it works perfectly Feb 4, 2014
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ian m: AFAIK iphone 5c and iphone 5 share the same dimensions... Oct 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a pass for headphone jack? Nov 3, 2013
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A S: yes Feb 4, 2014
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