PHW-203-BL

Bracketron Mobile Grip-iT Windshield Mount Kit

Bracketron Mobile Grip-iT Windshield Mount Kit

Description

The Bracketron Mobile Grip-iT Windshield Mount Kit is ideal for easy installing portable electronics in any vehicle.

Features

  • Easily transferable from vehicle to vehicle
  • Compatible with many of today's mobile electronics
  • 360° rotating head
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$24.99
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$19.99
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Details

  • 360° Rotating Head 
  • Convenient 22.8 cm length
  • Adjustable wings open up to 4-1/2"
  • Compatible with many of today's mobile electronics
  • Easily transferable from vehicle to vehicle



The Mobile Grip-iT Windshield Mount Kit is a combination of two great products rolled into one convenient package. Featuring the Satellite Radio Window Mount and the Mobile Grip-iT Universal Holder, this combination is ideal for easily installing portable electronics in just about any vehicle.

The Satellite Radio Window Mount features a "Quick Lock & Release Lever" for easy installation or transferring to another vehicle. The solid design dampens movement and vibration from road shock, and is adjustable in any direction.

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Bracketron Mobile Grip-iT Windshield Mount Kit PHW-203-BL Mobile grip-iT windshield mount kit
$19.99
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