RAM-HOL-AP21U

RAM Mount EZ-Roll’r Cradle for the Apple iPad Pro 12.9"

RAM Mounting Systems
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$28.49
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EZ-Roll’r™ Cradle for the Apple iPad Pro 12.9"

The RAM® Mounts EZ-Roll’r™ cradle for the iPad Pro secures your device in a form-fit holder that keeps the entire screen visible. Designed for tablets that are not in a case, the EZ-Roll’r for the iPad Pro features a holder for the Apple Pencil as well. Simply slide the tablet into the bottom cups and then roll the top clip over the top of the device to anchor it into the cradle. Side buttons, charging port and camera lens are conveniently exposed and accessible while in the EZ-Roll'r™ cradle.

Included is a set of four nuts and bolts to connect the cradle to any RAM components or mounts that contain the universal AMPs hole pattern.

Features:

  • Compatible with various iPad cable/docking accessories
  • Patented roller design for super smooth placement and removal of the iPad Pro
  • High strength materials maximize longevity of cradle
  • Full access to all ports
  • Holder for Apple Pencil built into the side of the cradle
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

Material:

High Strength Composite

Note:

This product is NOT recommended for devices with a Tech Armor Glass Screen Protector.

The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.

Weight:

0.7 lbs.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mounting Systems RAM-HOL-AP21U RAM MOUNT EZ-ROLL'R CRADLE F/ APPLE IPAD PRO 12.9"
$25.49
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