RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets with Flat Surface Mount Kit

RAM MountSKU: 35460

Sale price$71.97 USD Regular price$80.47 USD
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Any aircraft owner/operator who usually pilots the same plane - and who wouldn't think of departing without his/her trusty tablet along for the ride - will appreciate the set-it-and-forget-it security provided by the RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets with Flat Surface Mount Kit. This value-priced collection of top-notch components allows users to semi-permanently mount the assembly to a variety of flat surfaces and, once it's in place, enjoy effortless hands-free access to their portable EFB. Furthermore, the combo features fully articulating parts, which enable an essentially unlimited degree of user-adjustable viewing angles for an always-optimal vantage point.

Chief among the kit's innovative elements is the RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets. Its four spring-loaded stainless steel arms expand and retract to deliver a gentle-yet-firm hold on small tablets of varying sizes (2 1/4"-5 3/4" W, up to 7/8" D; * Devices 2 1/4" W must be at least 7" L to fit). Rubber-coated tips safeguard your gadget from nicks and scratches, and the cradle's open-frame design fosters unobstructed access to all ports, buttons, camera lenses, etc. Anchoring the combo is a 2 1/2" D round base with 7 pre-drilled holes, 4 of which are aligned in the universal AMPs pattern. Its flat face allows the unit to be affixed to an assortment of flush surfaces such as glareshield tops, instrument panels, shelves, and a variety of RAM and third-party products (sold separately). Both the X-Grip and the AMPs disk have 1" rubber ball heads that connect to the combo's standard length (3.69") double socket arm. Once the three pieces are joined, the two ball-and-socket joints offer a nearly infinite degree of positioning possibilities. For added convenience, a single adjustment knob controls the tension on both joints. An extremely affordable, rock-solid remedy for bringing glass cockpit technology to airplanes of any era.