RAM-HOL-AQ6U

RAM Mount AQUA BOX Medium Wide

RAM  Mount AQUA BOX Medium Wide

Description

The RAM Mount AQUA BOX Medium Wide fits any RAM Mounting system for use on planes, motorcycles, boats, ATVs, bikes, and more.

Features

  • Unique, All Inclusive Seal And Flex-Lens
  • Touch Through Lens To Operate Buttons
  • Power, Earphone, and Accessory Cables Are Routed Through A Self-Draining Baffle Design To Keep Moisture Out
List Price
$51.49
Your Price
$45.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

  •  Easily locks with any standard mini padlock.
  • All marine grade construction including stainless steel hinge pin and mounting hardware.
  • Flex-Lens may be replaced in seconds if scratched or damaged. (inexpensive)
  •  Lifetime Warranty on all components other than Flex-Lens. 


Installation Instructions:
The face of the Aqua Box 6 is a door, allowing you to place your electronic device in the cradle. If required, you can lock the box, with a small padlock, once closed. Inside the RAM Aqua Box are padded sheets enabling you to place your electronic device in the box firmly and securely. You can punch out the back of the Aqua Box to allow cables you be connected to you device, while maintaining a waterproof environment.

Important Note:
Apple iPhone and iPod touch screens are not operable through the RAM Flex Lens while in the Aqua Box.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
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$45.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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