RAP-B-417BU

RAM Mount Level Cup™ XL w/B Size 1" Ball

RAM Mounting Systems
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Level Cup™ XL w/B Size 1" Ball

Designed for bigger insulated cups, plastic water bottles or even your reliable steel coffee cup, the Level Cup™ XL keeps your drink upright, regardless of the conditions. This kit includes a Level Cup XL with a B-size RAM® Mounts ball directly attached. The oversized opening cradles the biggest of gulps and the adjustable bottom piece moves up and down to accommodate taller cups. The rubber feet flex to fit various sized cups as well. RAM® Mounts has refined the self-leveling action to keep your cups full. 

Koozie included with purchase of this product. 

Common Beverage Sizes:

  • 12oz Cans
  • Water Bottles
  • Insulated Cups
  • 32oz Containers (Nalgene, Pelican, Contingo, Hydro Flask)
  • Material: High Strength Composite
  • Ball Size: 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size   
  • Note: The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag

Compatible Dimensions:

  • Width Range: 2.6" - 3.5"
  • Height Range: 3.75" - 11"
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RAM Mounting Systems RAP-B-417BU RAM MOUNT LEVEL CUP XL W/ B SIZE 1" BALL
$33.49
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