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FUSION STEREOACTIVE/ACTIVESAFE PUCK Mount

FUSION STEREOACTIVE/ACTIVESAFE PUCK Mount
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STEREOACTIVE/ACTIVESAFE PUCK Mount

A deep understanding of the watersports market and the need for a purpose-built mounting solution drove FUSION to innovate - the result is the FUSION Puck.

The Puck is a FUSION designed and engineered mounting solution that allows you to securely fit a STEREOACTIVE and/or ACTIVESAFE to the surface of a paddle board, kayak, canoe, dinghy/tinny/jon boat and even a jacuzzi; allowing you to enjoy your music without worrying about losing your stereo to the depths below.

The directional mount system allows you to face the STEREOACTIVE in four directions.

Engineered for easy puck and play placement for the STEREOACTIVE and/or ACTIVESAFE. The standard Puck system includes both an adhesive pad and mounting screws for fixed placement. Once applied, mounting the STEREOACTIVE or ACTIVESAFE is simple: just slide the locking lever to the left to open, place on the Puck and then slide to the right to close, securing your entertainment in place ready for any adventure. Once finished, simply unlock the lever and take your entertainment with you - simple, innovative and effective.

FUSION has partnered with both Ram-Mount and RailBlaza to create specialized Puck solutions that work with these industry-leading mount provider's products to ensure that you can truly Puck your STEREOACTIVE anywhere.
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