RAM-B-HOL-GA68LU

Ram Mount Locking EZ-ROLL'R Cradle for the Garmin nuviCam and dezlCam

Ram Mount Locking EZ-ROLL'R Cradle for the Garmin nuviCam and dezlCam
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$20.99
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Locking EZ-ROLL'R™ Cradle for the Garmin nuviCam and dezlCam

The Garmin nuviCam™ & dezlCam™ keeps an extra eye on the road. And RAM Mounts custom cradle for these innovative devices keeps traffic information in your line of sight and keeps the device secure in your vehicle.

The cradle allows for full range of motion of the device camera and integrates the factory Garmin magnetic dock for access to charging. The high-strength composite mount integrates a cable retention system to prevent accidental unplugging. The custom-fit cradle also has a locking option that is installed using press-fit nuts to enhance security. The cradle has two location options to attach the RAM ball (comes with 1" B-Size ball).

Compatible Devices:
  • Garmin nuviCam™ LMTHD
  • Garmin dezlCam™ LMTHD


Features:
  • Open access to all electronic ports including speaker, microphone, SD and mUSB slots
  • Allows for full range of motion for the camera
  • Roller design for super smooth placement and removal of the GPS
  • High strength materials ensure product longevity
  • Form fitted cradle supports and protects device without vibration
  • Cradle integrates the factory Garmin magnetic dock
  • Comes with B sized, 1" ball
  • Locking attachment allows for a low profile theft deterrent
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the U.S.A

Material:
High Strength Composite
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ram Mount Locking EZ-ROLL'R Cradle for the Garmin nuviCam and dezlCam RAM-B-HOL-GA68LU RAM MOUNT LOCKING EZ-ROLL'R F/ GARMIN NUVICAM AND DEZLCAM
$18.99
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