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NEW! The Sport Mount - Flex Stud - an INFINITELY articulating and adjustable arm. There is no other panel mount for an iPad/Tablet that does all that this unit does in a single, light-weight, easy to configure mount.
Sport Mount - Flex Stud Construction:
- The arm is comprised of three independent joints, all adjustable and lockable from a single, centrally located control knob
- The control knob joint is adjustbale to 360° and the two end joints are mini ball heads that are adjustable to 105°
- The control knob allows partial loosening for safe and precise device positioning.
- No longer limited to fixed length, limited rotation RAM arms
- Takes all of the guess work out of mount size selection and problems of imprecise positioning
- Secure the stud mount into the panel using the provided stud
- Attach the Sport Case or Universal Cradle (Both Sold Seperately) to the Sport Adapter
- Loosen the control knob, position the iPad/Tablet
- Fine tune iPad/Tablet positioning, tighten control knob
Included Componets & Specifications
- Panel Mount
- Flex Arm
- Sport Case
- Minimum Extension - 3.25"
- Maximum Extension - 10.5"
- Material - Alloy
Aviation Uses The iPad Mount - Flex Stud is the perfect mounting solution for pilots that would like to install an iPad directly into their panel, such as in many experimental aircraft. The stud secures easily to any hole in the panel for easy mounting.
Marine Uses Use the iPad Mount - Flex Stud to modify the panel or dash of any boat by securing the stud anywhere an instrument or gauge is designed to go. Perfect for positioning the iPad in the most convenient location to utilize it with one hand while never giving up control of the boat. Ideal for boatowners who have a more permanent idea of where they may want to mount the iPad. Works great as a wall mount in the cabin as well.
If you have a first generation sport case, please contact us, or note it on your order to ensure that you get the right adapter.
(Note: If you purchased your sport case after July 15th, 2013, you have a second generation adapter.)