New smartphone and tablet holder mounting solution hits the UK

Published:  05 January, 2012

Ram Mount UK introduces the RAM X-Grip Spring Loaded Universal Smartphone and Sat-Nav Holder the new RAM X-Grip II Universal Spring Loaded Tablet Holder.

“We are introducing the most intuitive and versatile mobile mounting system on the market; the RAM X-Grip range breeds a new dimension in quick, easy and reliable mounting solutions,” says Rob Earley from Ram Mount UK.

Designed with a spring-loaded one-pinch adjustment system for fast insertion and removal of your device, the arms of the X-Grip automatically adjust to provide a secure fit for a variety of mobile electronics with or without bumper skins regardless of dimensions.

“The ability to connect to a variety of surfaces via a number of available bases such as suction, U-bolt, adhesive, clamp base and more; placement and transfer of your device between applications has never been easier,” continues Rob.

A highly maneuverable double ball and socket arm connection is placed between the holder and the base, with built-in shock and vibration dampening so it enables the driver to securely position his mobile phone or sat-nav at virtually any angle, anywhere in the vehicle.

For larger devices such as the Samsung Galaxy tab and the Blackberry Playbook comes the new RAM X-Grip II. Using the same patented interchangeable design principals as the original X-Grip, the larger arms enable the X-Grip II to host a variety of tablets and e-readers of up to 7” in size.

“The RAM X-Grip series offers unrivalled mounting support to a host of mobile phones, sat-nav's, tablets, e-readers and more, all with a lfetime guarantee included, concludes Rob.

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