UFM-100-BL

Bracketron Nav-Mat Portable GPS Dash Mount

Bracketron Nav-Mat Portable GPS Dash Mount

Description

The Bracketron Nav-Mat Portable GPS Dash Mount creates a solid mounting base while turning the windshield mounted GPS into a dash-mounted GPS.

Features

  • Holds up to several pounds
  • Easily view your GPS while driving
  • Conforms and contours the dashboard
List Price
$24.99
Your Price
$19.99
In Stock

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Details

  • Weighted, Anti-Skid Base
  • Conforms to your dash
  • No tools required
  • Holds up to several pounds
  • Easily view your GPS while driving
  • Uses the stock GPS windshield mount
  • Portable and stow-able, keep out of view - Anti-Theft!



The Nav-Mat is the most convenient mounting accessory for your portable GPS today. Using the physics of weight distribution along with high tech anti-skid materials, it creates a solid mounting base while turning your windshield mounted GPS into a dash mounted GPS.

The Nav-Mat conforms to the contours of your dashboard, allowing it to work on uneven or textured surfaces while the anti-skid underside keeps the device from sliding. Designed to work with devices up to several pounds using the stock windshield suction mount sold with most popular GPS units, the Nav-Mat requires no tools for installation and can easily be moved from vehicle to vehicle or put out of sight when leaving the vehicle.

Also works well with other Bracketron Windshield Mounts for mounting devices such as Satellite Radio, Cell Phones and MP3 Players.

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Bracketron Nav-Mat Portable GPS Dash Mount UFM-100-BL Nav-mat portable GPS dash mount
$19.99
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