Windshield Suction Tablet Mount for iPad Air, iPad, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2
Windshield mount features PVC suction
Slim-Grip Holder fits large tablets 7" to 18.4" in screen size
Customizable support legs work with spring-loaded holder to fit various size tablets
U.S. Pat. No. 6,585,212
2 year limited warranty
The TAB117 long arm extension windshield suction tablet car mount fits all large tablets 7 to 18.4 inches in screen size, including the Apple iPad Pro, iPad Air 2 and iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, and 2, Samsung Galaxy View, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Galaxy Tab A 8.0, Galaxy Tab E 8.0, Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Google Pixel C, Nexus 10, and Nexus 9, and LG G Pad 10.1. This mount package includes Arkon’s Slim-Grip Universal Tablet Holder and a Rigid Long Extension Windshield Suction Pedestal with Telescoping Arm. The suction pedestal installs easily to the windshield. Simply hold the base against the mounting area and push down on the one-touch lever. The sturdy telescopic arm of the pedestal extends from 14.5 inches to 18.5 inches, keeping the tablet within easy reach. The Slim-Grip tablet holder fits tablets 7 to 18.4 inches in screen size. The holder features a spring-loaded design that makes it easy to insert or remove the tablet by pushing down on the lower legs of the holder with one hand. Included with the holder are 10 support legs (4 short, 2 medium and 4 long versions). Choose the 4 legs that provide the best fit for your tablet. These insert at the top and bottom of the holder and can be easily adjusted in order to keep any side buttons and ports unobstructed. For most large tablets, the best mount holder configuration is to attach 2 short support legs on top and the 2 long support legs on the bottom of the holder. For smaller tablets, use all 4 short support legs on the holder. For larger tablets including iPad Pro, use all 4 long legs. For vertical viewing, adjust the 360-degree swivel.
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