RLS-512-401

ScanStrut ROKK Mini Kit f/Dragonfly 4/5/7 Pro w/Raymarine Dragonfly 4/5 Plate, Adjustable Arm & Screw Down Surface Base

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ROKK Mini Kit f/Dragonfly 4/5/7 Pro w/Raymarine Dragonfly 4/5/7 Plate, Adjustable Arm & Screw Down Surface Base

Includes:

ROKK Mini Surface Mount

Screw Down Base Mount.  Fits any flat surface.

ROKK Mini Adjustable Body

ROKK Mini is a compact and multi adjustable mounting system for smart phones, tablets, small fish finders, digital and action cameras. Small in size but big on features, ROKK Mini is simply the toughest, most reliable mount for your tech onboard. No compromise.  

Features:

  • Versatile - A choice of base mounts to mount your devices how you want, where you want
  • More than a Mount - Designed, not just made; with features that you'll feel and hear more than you'll see
  • Quick Fit I Quick Release - Install your devices instantly onboard. With one reassuring click your tech is both secured and released
  • Solid Install - A metal-on-metal locking system multiples your clamping efforts to achieve 100% locking force. Your electronics will never move; until you want them to

ROKK Raymarine Dragonfly 4/5/7 Plate

Fits directly to Raymarine Dragonfly 4/5/7 for a low profile install. Standard Raymarine ball and socket mount not required.

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Scanstrut RLS-512-401 SCANSTRUT ROKK MINI KIT FOR DRANGONFLY 4/5/7 PRO WITH
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