Car Headrest Extension Tablet Mount for Apple iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, 2, Samsung Galaxy
Mount's center extension arm supports multiple or single passenger viewing
For tablets 9 to 12 inch screen size including iPad Pro, iPad Air
Mount has 360-degree swivel with 30-degree left or right movement
2 year limited warranty
TABPB-RSHM3 is a high-quality universal tablet car seat headrest mount. It easily attaches to your car or truck’s front or back seat headrest posts, making it ideal for normal passenger use or for rear-facing baby seats. Some of the most popular large (9”-12” screen size) tablets being used in vehicles today include the Apple iPad Pro 12.9, iPad Air, and iPad 4, 3, and 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Galaxy Tab E 8.0, Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1, and Galaxy Tab Pro 12.2, and Google Nexus 10. They’ve replaced portable DVD players as the best way to entertain the kids on long trips. Arkon’s deluxe headrest tablet mount is a road trip essential. This headrest mount is ideal for tablet viewing by multiple passengers. It features an adjustable-length rigid extension arm that positions the tablet in the center between the two seats. Attach it to either the driver’s or passenger’s side seat if your car has the 2-post headrest configuration. It includes Arkon’s Slim-Grip universal tablet holder and the 2-post car seat headrest mount. For single-seat tablet viewing, see Arkon’s model TAB-RSHM. Arkon’s Universal Push-Button Tablet Holder features a simple one-touch release push-button on the side of the holder. The holder measures 6.5 inches high by 4.6 inches wide, and opens as wide as 9” to securely grip any large (9” to 12” screen size) tablet. Insert your tablet horizontally into the holder and push down on the grip arm to lock the tablet into the holder. Adjust the 360° swivel to view the tablet in the vertical position. To remove the tablet from the holder, simply press the button on the side of the holder to release the holder’s grip arm.
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