The RAM Mount X-Grip II Large Tablet Holder is designed with a RAM 1" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm.
The RAM-B-101-C-UN9U consists of (2 QTY) 2.5" diameter round bases with the universal AMPS hole pattern, LONG double socket arm and universal X-Grip® III clamping cradle for 10" tablets. The mount is designed with a RAM 1" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm; this allowing for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. The X-Grip® III clamping cradle consists of a composite spring loaded cradle, expandable grip arms and additional bottom support keeper. Included are extra easy access grip knobs, located on the back of the cradle for quick release of your tablet. The X-Grip® III clamping cradle expands and contracts for perfect fit of most 10" tablets with or without sleeves, as well as some smaller tablets. Please verify dimensions of your tablet below for compatibility with the X-Grip® III.
X-Grip® III Cradle Dimensions:
Minimum Width = 6.25"
Maximum Width = 8.1"
Depth = 0.875"
Maximum Length (using additional supports) = 10.25"
X-Grip® III Cradle Features:
1. Spring loaded cradle expands and contracts for perfect fit of your tablet 2. Rubber coated tips will hold your tablet firm and stable
3. Versatility of cradle allows for attachment to many 1" socket mounts
4. Socket technology allows for multiple adjustment angles and articulation of your tablet
5. Easy access grip knobs, located on the back of the cradle for quick release of your tablet
6. Multiple mounting access points on the back of the cradle
7. Additional support keeper at the bottom of the cradle
8. Full access to all ports
9. Lifetime warranty
Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum, Marine Grade Stainless Steel Components & High Strength Composite
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