RAM-HOL-UN8BU

RAM Mount X-Grip Universal Tablet Holder

RAM Mount X-Grip Universal Tablet Holder

Description

The RAM Mount X-Grip Universal Tablet Holder features a clean and clever four leg design that sports great holding power without hiding your tablet behind foam pads and plastic.

Features

  • Spring Loaded Holder Expands and Contracts For Perfect Fit of Your Tablet
  • Rubber Coated Tips Will Hold Your Tablet Firm And Stable
  • Versatility of Holder Allows For Attachment To May RAM-To-RAM Ball And 1" Socket Mounts
List Price
$38.99
Your Price
$34.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Sometimes, its all about the design. If you are looking for a compact mount for your tablet without that cookie cutter shape, you've found it. The perfect compliment to the modern sleek interior of today's vehicles, the RAM X-Grip II is the tablet holder evolved. Compatible and interchangeable with a wide range of popular RAM Mounting products, this elegant holder is ready to compliment your tablet and become the most useful accessory in your vehicle.

The RAM-HOL-UN8BU consists of a spring loaded holder and 1" rubber ball connected to the back of the base. Included are extra easy access grip knobs, located on the back of the holder for quick release of your tablet. The RAM-HOL-UN8BU expands and contracts for perfect fit of most 7" tablets.

Compatible Devices:

  • Amazon Kindle
  • Amazon Kindle Fire
  • Archos 7
  • Asus EEE Pad Memo
  • Barnes & Noble NOOKcolor
  • BlackBerry PlayBook
  • Dell Streak 7
  • HTC Flyer
  • Panasonic Toughpad JT-B1
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab (7" version)



All devices that maintain the following dimensions below:
Holder Dimensions:

  • Minimum Width = 2.25"
    (Devices 2.25" in width must be a minimum of 7" in height to fit)
  • Maximum Width = 5.75"
  • Depth = 0.875"



Features:

  • Socket technology allows for multiple adjustment angles and articulation of your tablet
  • Easy access grip knobs, located on the back of the holder for quick release of your tablet



Material:
High Strength Composite with Rubber Tips

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount X-Grip Universal Tablet Holder RAM-HOL-UN8BU X-Grip Universal Tablet Holder, with 1" Ball
$34.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Tether f/UN8 X-Grip Holders RAM-HOL-UN8TU Mount Tether, for UN8 X-Grip Holders
$4.49
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RAM Mount Short Double Socket Arm f/1" Ball Bases RAM-B-201U-A Double Socket Arm, Short for 1" Ball Bases
$11.99
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RAM Mount Double Socket Arm f/1" Ball RAM-B-201U Double Socket Arm, for 1" Ball
$11.99
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RAM Mount Double Socket Arm With Diamond Base RAM-B-103-238U Double Socket Arm with Diamond Base
$16.49
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RAM Mount Double Socket Arm with 2.5" Round Base RAM-B-103U Double Socket Arm with 2.5" Round Base
$16.49
In Stock
RAM Mount Long Double Socket Arm f/1" Ball Bases RAM-B-201U-C Double Socket Arm, Long for 1" Ball Bases
$17.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount Long Double Socket Arms RAM-B-103U-C Long Double Socket Arm, with 2.5" Round Base
$22.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount U-Bolt Base Mounts RAM-B-149Z-QU1U U-Bolt Base Mount, without Top Base
$22.99
In Stock
RAM Mount 1" Diameter Ball Standard Length Double Socket Arm w/3.25" Diameter Suction Cup Twist Lock Base RAM-B-166-103U 1" Diameter Ball Mount, Standard Length Double Socket Arm with 3.25" Diameter Suction Cup Twist Lock Base
$25.99
In Stock
RAM Mount Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount RAM-B-316-1U Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount, No Base
$31.49
In Stock
RAM Mount Small Tough-Claw Base w/ 1" Diameter Double Socket Arm RAP-B-400-201U Tough-Claw, Small with 1" Double Socket Arm
$36.49
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RAM Mount POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting To No Ball Base RAM-B-316-121BU POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting To No Ball Base
$49.49
In Stock

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