Nite Ize Steelie Wall Mount Kit f/Tablets

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Steelie® Wall Mount Kit f/Tablets

Walls are no longer safe from the grasp of Steelie magnetic mounting technology. The Steelie Wall Mount Kit allows anyone to quickly attach their tablets to vertical surfaces for easy hands-free viewing.

The Wall Mount Kit is the simplest most versatile solution for mounting tablets to vertical surfaces. The Wall Mount simply fastens to the wall, then securely connects to the powerful Magnetic Tablet Socket allowing for adjustable viewing angles and quick attachment/detachment.

The Wall Mount Kit is the simplest most versatile solution for mounting tablets to vertical surfaces. The Wall Mount acts as a wall-pedestal for your tablet and fastens simply to the vertical surface with an included drywall anchor and screw. The Magnetic Tablet Socket adheres to your tablet or case with reliable 3M® VHB® adhesive (which is removable). The Magnetic Tablet Socket features a strong neodymium magnet and silicone center for smooth articulation with the Wall Mount Ball allowing for adjustable viewing angles. Now your device is ready to connect magnetically to the round surface of the Wall Mount allowing for secure, easy attachment/detachment.

  • Wall Mount fastens with included drywall anchor and screw
  • The magnetic tablet socket features a powerful neodymium magnet
  • The neodymium magnet features a secure grip silicone center for smooth
  • articulation with Steelie components
  • The neodymium magnet features a protective, non-slip outer silicone ring for strong grip to flat magnetic surfaces
  • Neodymium magnet is safe for use with all phones and tablets
  • Steelie Magnetic Tablet Socket features 3M® VHB® adhesive, can be removed without damaging surfaces
  • The Steelie Wall Mount is a machined aluminum pedestal that threads tightly into the durable plastic wall-mounted base with protective silicone grips
  • Wall Mount ball shape provides wide range of viewing angles
  • Includes: Wall Mount, Magnetic Tablet Socket with 3M® VHB® adhesive, and drywall anchor and screw
  • Dimensions: 2.76" Dia. x 1.67" (70mm Dia. x 42.5mm)
  • Weight: 3.75oz 107g)
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