Bracketron GPS Pro-Mount

Bracketron GPS Pro-Mount


The Bracketron GPS Pro-Mount is a heavy duty window mount that provides a stable, secure, and easily accessible mounting solution for portable devices.


  • Height and angle adjustable
  • Compatible with many mobile electronics devices
  • Easy-to-install design allows mount to be moved from vehicle to vehicle
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  • Height & Angle Adjustable
  • 360° adjustable swivel head
  • Adjustable Grip-iT cradle
  • Compatible with many mobile electronics devices
  • Adjustable wings open up to 4-1/2"
  • Easy-to-install design allows mount to be moved from vehicle to vehicle with ease.

The GPS Pro Mount is a heavy duty window mount that provides a stable, secure and easily accessible mounting solution for your portable devices.
Adjustable in both height and angle, and featuring the "Quick Lock & Release Lever" , the GPS Pro Mount easily installs onto the vehicles windshield. Featuring a 360-degree rotating head for further tweaking of the viewing angle, the GPS Pro Mount is the ideal solution for mounting any mobile electronic devices in your vehicle.

The included Grip-iT Universal Holder features a unique design which allows its clamping arms to open up to 4.5" wide, accommodating most portable electronic devices on the market today. The arms also adjust up or down, allowing you to configure it to your particular device while allowing access to all buttons and functions. Further customization can be achieved by pivoting the bottom feet in or out for additional support.

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Bracketron GPS Pro-Mount GWM-702-BL GPS pro-mount kit with grip-it holder
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