RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets Long Arm & Claw Mount Kit

RAM MountSKU: 35452

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Fed up with the incessant need to swap out your tablet's hands-free base mount every time you change vehicles or pilot a new aircraft model? We feel your pain, which is why we're pleased to offer the RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets with Long Arm and Small Tough-Claw Mount Kit. In place of super-specialized parts that are tailor-made for a single tablet or mounting alternative, this comprehensive combo's components are the epitome of effortless adaptability. Besides catering to a variety of gadgets and cabin layouts, the kit also features an insane degree of articulation for a virtually unlimited degree of user-selectable viewing angles. Use it just once and you'll wonder how you ever got by without it.

The business end of the device boasts the revolutionary RAM Universal X-Grip Cradle for 7" Tablets. With its four spring-loaded stainless steel arms, the cradle can expand and retract to provide a gentle-yet-firm hold on small tablets of varying sizes (2 1/4"-5 3/4" W, up to 7/8" D). Rubber-coated tips safeguard your gadget from nicks and scratches, and the unit's open-frame design fosters unobstructed access to all ports, buttons, camera lenses, etc. Anchoring the rig is RAM's Small Tough-Claw clamp base, which can fasten to a variety of both curved ( 5/8"-1 1/2" D) and flat (up to 1.14") surfaces - no external tools required. Both the claw and the X-Grip feature 1" rubber ball heads that connect to the kit's third part, RAM's long length (6") double socket arm. Once all three elements are joined, the two ball-and-socket joints enable an essentially infinite variety of "spot-on" positioning options. For added convenience, a single adjustment knob controls the tension on both joints. Ideal for use on struts, rails, cyclics, control columns, glareshields, and a host of other suitable surfaces. By far the most versatile tool to hit the market since the debut of the Swiss Army knife.

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