RAM-HOL-ROTO1U

RAM Mount Roto-View Adapter Plate

RAM Mount Roto-View Adapter Plate

Description

The RAM Mount Roto-View Adapter Plate allows for adjustment to accommodate many tablet viewing configurations.

Features

  • Easy Turn Of Tablet For Optimum Viewing Points In Landscape and Portrait Mode
  • No Need For Loosening And Tightening Of Double Socket Arm Knob To Reposition Tablet
  • Round Adapter Plate Contains Multiple Mounting Hole Patterns For All RAM Tablet Cradles
List Price
$20.99
Your Price
$18.49
In Stock

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The Roto-View™ utilizes multiple detents to adjust the tablet to the most popular viewing angles, including landscape and portrait mode. No need to loosen the knob of your double socket arm to reposition your tablet. Instead, simply rotate the cradle to achieve the same result. Compatible with a wide range of tablet cradles and mounts, RAM now offers yet another "easy-to-use" product to help enhance your mobile experience.

Features:

  • Compatible with all 1"/1.5" bases/mounts with AMPS hole pattern or diamond hole pattern
  • Durable materials insure long lasting performance and function of Roto-View™
  • Lifetime warranty


Material:
High Strength Composite

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. Hardware included with Roto-View™ Adapter to attach to all 1"/1.5" bases/mounts that contain the AMPS hole pattern or diamond hole pattern.

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RAM Mount Roto-View Adapter Plate RAM-HOL-ROTO1U Roto-View Adapter Plate
$18.49
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