RAM-B-121-AP14U

RAM Mount Yoke Clamp Mount with Apple iPad mini EZ-ROLL'R Cradle

RAM Mount Yoke Clamp Mount with Apple iPad mini EZ-ROLL'R Cradle

Description

The RAM Mount Yoke Clamp Mount with Apple iPad mini EZ-ROLL'R Cradle allows for smooth placement and removal of the iPad, while keeping it secure while on the go.

Features

  • Compatible With Various iPad Cable/Docking Accessories
  • Patent Pending Roller Design For Super Smooth Placement and Removal of the iPad
  • High Strength Materials Maximize Longevity of Cradle
List Price
$54.99
Your Price
$48.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

Compatible and interchangeable with a wide range of popular RAM Mounting products, this cradle is ready to compliment your iPad and become the most useful accessory in your vehicle.

The EZ-ROLL'R cradle is compatible with the following tablets:
Apple iPad mini WITHOUT CASE, SKIN OR SLEEVE

Specifications:

    Docking Cradle: No
    Locking Cradle: No
    Fits Tablets WITH Cases: No
    Fits Tablets WITHOUT Cases: Yes
    Low Vibration Environment: Yes
    High Vibration Environment: Yes


Cradle Features:

  • Full access to all ports 
  • Lifetime warranty


Material:
High Strength Composite

Yoke Clamp Mount Features:
Consists of a double socket arm, round 2.5" base that contains the universal AMPs hole pattern and yoke clamp base. The clamp base will accommodate rails in diameter from 0.625" to 1.25". The 1" rubber ball is at a right angle to the plane of the mount so when connected to a rail, the ball sits parallel to the rail. This mount is designed to be a universal mounting solution for both RAM and non-RAM designed products.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Yoke Clamp Mount with Apple iPad mini EZ-ROLL'R Cradle RAM-B-121-AP14U Yoke Clamp Mount with Apple iPad mini EZ-ROLL'R Cradle
$48.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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