RAP-180-G1U

RAM Mount Lil' Buddy

RAM Mount Lil' Buddy

Description

The RAM Mount Lil' Buddy attaches directly to any Garmin GPS Personal Navigation Device with factory mounting bracket that accommodates the Garmin "G-Ball".

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
List Price
$10.49
Your Price
$8.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Minimalists in design yet incredibly useful is the RAM Lil' Buddy mount. Using an adhesive disk, put the Lil' Buddy practically anywhere you want to keep your portable electronics easy to see and always within your reach. Designed with a very small foot print, finding a home on your dash or console is easy. Deciding what you want to mount may be a tough decision though. With so many uses, your iPhone, Blackberry, Palm, or MP3 player can be perfectly matched and supported by your new best friend, the RAM Lil' Buddy. Also, for all you Garmin folks, note that the ball on the Lil' Buddy will snap right into the ball receiver on your GPS.

This mount rotates 180 degrees.

The RAM Lil' Buddy mount is compatible with the following Garmin GPS Personal Navigation Devices:
nuvi 2xx
nuvi 2xxW
nuvi 3xx
nuvi 6xx series
nuvi 7xx series
nuvi 8xx series
StreetPilot i3
StreetPilot i5


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Lil' Buddy RAP-180-G1U Lil' Buddy, Requires Garmin Ball
$8.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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