CLCKR Wallet, 3M Car Mount will be handy for some iPhone users

CLCKR recently released three new smartphone accessories: the Prong Car Mount, 3M Car Mount and the CLCKR Wallet. I’ve been testing out the last two and found them handy accessories for some iPhone owners. 

The US$24.99 CLCKR Wallet with the built-in Stand & Grip offers a convenient way to carry cards and IDs along with your smartphone. The Wallet slides down providing space for up to three slim cards or two thicker ones — and closes securely.

It attaches directly to an iPhone or a case. As you might expect, it does add a bit of extra bulk, so if you’re the type of person who wants to have an extremely svelte Apple smartphone set-up, this might not be for you. 

Also, there are two caveats. One: CLCKR glue won’t adhere to the iPhone 11 Pro/ iPhone 11 Pro Max/ iPhone 12 Pro/ iPhone 12 Pro Max or devices with a similar texture. If you want to use the CLCKR Wallet, plan on using it with a hard-shell phone case. 

Two: due to the thickness of the product, you’ll have to remove it for wireless charging. 

And there’s a bonus caveat: it won’t fit on the iPhone 12 mini or similarly sized devices. 

That said, CLCKR’s patented built-in Stand and Grip allows you to use your phone in both portrait or landscape modes. According to the folks at CLCKR, it also features a coating of antimicrobial protection that “kills up to 99.99% of germs.”

The $14.99 3M Car Mount is an accessory for the CLCKR Wallet and doesn’t work with any other products. It’s a 3M adhesive that sticks onto to a flat surface in your car. It’s small and unobtrusive; when you’re not using it, you can remove it and store on the adhesive attachment. 

Review overview


The Pros

  • Reasonably priced
  • adds functionality for some iPhone users
  • Attractive

The Cons

  • Doesn't work with all iPhones
  • doesn't support wireless charging
  • adds extra bulk to an iPhone


7The CLCKR Wallet and 3M Car Mount will be useful for some, but not all, iPhone users.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.