Scott Williams - Scott Nation 3-in-1 Mount Bundle with Car Mount, Tripod, and Tablet Stand
MG279 sticky suction mount provides a maximum bond on smooth and slightly textured surfaces
IPM-TAB1 tablet stand fits tablets having 7" to 12" screen size
MG2TRIXL 11" tripod mount’s legs bend for secure mounting anywhere
Both MG279 and MG2TRIXL feature the Mobile Grip 2 smartphone holder
2 year limited warranty
The Scott Williams "ScottNation" Bundle features three of Arkon’s most popular products: the MG279 sticky suction car windshield, dash, or flat-surface mount, IPM-TAB1 folding universal tablet stand, and MG2TRIXL 11” flexible tripod. The MG279 sticky suction mount is ideal for car dashboards, windshields, and other flat or slightly textured surfaces. IPMTAB-1 is highly versatile desk or travel folding tablet stand that is compatible with all tablets having 7”-12” screen size, including the Apple iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, and 2, and iPad mini. Take the IPM-TAB1 anywhere--the universal tablet holder’s compact and portable design folds up for easy storage in a purse or travel bag. Set up the MG2TRIXL tripod traditionally, or bend the tripod’s legs to grab on to fences, poles, and trees. The tripod legs can also be closed and held up for broadcasting at concerts, parades, and other events. Both the MG2TRIXL tripod and MG279 mount feature the Mobile Grip 2 universal smartphone holder, which expands to accommodate all phones and phones with cases up to 3.6” wide, including iPhone 6S Plus and 6S. Its simplistic yet effective design keeps rear smartphone cameras free for broadcasting. The Mobile Grip 2’s spring-loaded mechanism holds the smartphone securely, yet makes it easy to insert or remove the phone from the holder with one hand. Remove the rubber insert on the side of the Mobile Grip 2 holder to reveal an industry-standard 1/4”-20 threaded camera mounting pattern for use directly on camera tripods, a handy feature that provides additional versatility.
This product may expose you to chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov