Kensington Universal Car Mount, Black

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Kensington Universal Car Mount, Black

Universal car mount. - View Complete Details

Product Number: KMW97362

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Estimated Delivery - 1 business day(s) - Tue 5/22 2 business days - Wed 5/23

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Kensington Universal Car Mount, Black - With the latest versions of smartphones getting bigger, the needs associated with a universal car mount have changed. This universal car mount has adjustable side clamps that expand to fit even the largest phones and tablets, including the iPhone® 6S Plus and the Samsung Galaxy Note® 5, even when they’re surrounded by a case. The mount installs quickly into any car through an oversized suction cup that attaches to the windshield or through a special attachment that fits into the air vents. A 12” flexible arm can be bent into a variety of angles so you set your device for optimal viewing. The phone cradle pivots, letting you position the phone into either a portrait or landscape orientation. And when you’re at your destination and ready to go, the quick-release button immediately opens the adjustable arms to free your device.

  • Fits most smartphones, including iPhone® 6S Plus and Samsung Galaxy Note® 5, even when in a case.
  • Adjustable side clamps expand up to 3.74” (95mm) to fit your phone or other mobile device.
  • Universal mount designed to fit all cars and installs in seconds with either windshield or vent mount.
  • Oversized suction cup is strong enough for rough road conditions.
  • Twelve-inch flexible arm keeps your device in the optimal position.
  • One-button quick release lets you grab your device and go.
  • Adjustable legs provide stability and prevent your device from falling when released.
  • Cradle pivots for vertical or landscape modes.
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