UCH-101-BL

Bracketron Universal Cup-iT with Grip-iT

Bracketron Universal Cup-iT with Grip-iT

Description

The Bracketron Universal Cup-iT with Grip-iT easily installs into a vehicle's cupholder providing a stable, secure mounting solution for portable devices.

Features

  • Expands to fit varying size cupholders up to 3.75 inches
  • Mount can be moved from vehicle to vehicle with ease
  • Compatible with most MP3 players, all cellular phones, many GPS and satellite radios
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$29.99
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$19.99
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Product Description
The Universal Cup-iT with Grip-iT easily installs into the vehicles cup holder providing a stable, secure and easily accessible mounting solution for your portable devices.Included is the Mobile Grip-iT Device Holder which features arms that open up to 3.75" and also adjust up or down, allowing you to custom configure it to your particular device and full access to all buttons and functions.

Quick Overview

  • Expands to fit varying size cupholders up to 3.75"
  • Compatible with most MP3 players, all cellular phones, many GPS and satellite radios in today's mobile electronics market.
  • Keeps mobile devices secure
  • Grip-iT Holder features adjustable wings which open up to 4-½"
  • Easy-to-install design allows mount to be moved from vehicle to vehicle with ease.
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Bracketron Universal Cup-iT with Grip-iT UCH-101-BL Universal cup-iT with grip-iT
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