RAP-HOL-UN7B-201U

RAM Mount Universal X-Grip Cell Phone Cradle w/Double Socket Arm

RAM Mount Universal X-Grip Cell Phone Cradle w/Double Socket Arm
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$35.49
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$31.99
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Universal X-Grip® Cell Phone Cradle w/Double Socket Arm

Consists of the universal spring loaded X-Grip® cradle and standard size composite double socket arm. The included X-Grip® cradle has a clean and clever four leg design that sports great holding power without hiding your phone behind foam pads and plastic. The spring loaded X-Grip® cradle expands and contracts, allowing for a perfect custom fit of your cell phone. The double socket arm will accommodate all 1" ball bases.

The X-Grip® includes a device tether recommended for outdoor applications. The cradle is compatible with handheld devices that will fit the dimensions listed below. It is important to verify the dimensions of your handheld device with a case/sleeve/skin when determining the overall size.

Cradle Dimensions:
Minimum Width = 1.875" (Minimum Height = 4.25")
Maximum Width = 3.25" (Minimum Height = 2.25")
Depth = 0.875"

Specs & Features
  • Rustproof
  • High strength composite and stainless steel construction
  • Spring loaded cradle expands and contracts for perfect fit of your device
  • Rubber coated tips will hold device firm and stable
  • Socket technology allows for multiple adjustment angles and articulation of device
  • Includes Tether for open cockpit and extreme environments
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.

Material:
Marine Grade Stainless Steel Components & High Strength Composite

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. RAM highly recommends using the provided Tether for all open cockpit applications while using this product.

Weight:
0.46 lbs.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Universal X-Grip Cell Phone Cradle w/Double Socket Arm RAP-HOL-UN7B-201U RAM MOUNT UNIVERSAL X-GRIP CRADLE W/ DOUBLE SOCKET ARM
$31.99
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