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RAM universal double-suction Tab-Tite Tablet mount

PUBLISHED: 16:38 07 July 2015 | UPDATED: 16:38 07 July 2015

RAM iPad Mount

RAM iPad Mount


Designed specifically for 10“ tablets, the RAM iPad mount has a unique and patented ball and socket system, industrial strength and simplistic adjustability.

“Featuring a super strong double suction-cup base, spring-loaded device holder and an ingenious ball & socket adjustment mechanism, the RAM system offers pilots the freedom to operate and adjust their tablets like never before.

Whilst RAM offer the same solution for all 7&10“ tablets with or without protective skins and cases, this particular mount is at the larger end of the scale designed specifically for 10“ tablets used with heavy duty protective cases. The mount is designed as a 3 part system which includes the double-suction base, the Tab-Tite tablet holder and the connecting arm in between. With ludicrously powerful twist-lock suction bases that create an unbeatably firm vacuum between the windscreen and the mount itself, the device holder locks your tablet firmly in place so you can use your device with ease, full security and confidence despite the harsh conditions one may encounter whilst flying.

The patented ball and socket system is unique in that the balls are rubber-coated which offers a large amount of vibration absorption and also creates a firm mould when the connecting arm is tightened. With the ability to adjust the angle of the device with a full 360 degrees of rotation simply by loosening the connecting arm, repositioning the device and then re-tightening all by hand within seconds, your device can be positioned anywhere on any flat or curved windscreen providing an unbeatable user experience.

Built with marine-grade aluminium and nylon-injected composites, the RAM system combines both industrial strength with elegant and simplistic adjustability, all with a lifetime warranty included.“

Tel: 0208 894 1234

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