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Super easy to attach and remove, LUXA2’s H7 Dura Mount is made perfectly to hold an iPad in the car, on your desk, or on any window and glass surface. You can stream a movie, watch a video Podcast, play your favorite car racing game or enjoy a FaceTime session while keeping your hands free and your neck tension free.
Adjust the flexible arm any way you like to suite your needs. The strong arm absorbs vibration and provides stable viewing platform.
Keep your iPad in place securely with the specially designed rubber padding. It not only holds the iPad in place but also prevents the holder from scratching your car interior.
Use it at home on your desk or in a coffee shop to hold your iPad. You can adjust the height of H7 to your liking whether you are watching a movie, reading an eBook or playing your favorite game!
H7’s flexible arm and ultra strong suction cup make it super versatile. Mount the H7 on your car’s moon roof, side window or anywhere with a glass or smooth surface. Be creative and have fun with LUXA2’s H7 Dura Mount.
Strong suction cup
H7 has a high quality suction pedestal that can withhold a maximum weight of 8 kg (18lb). You can easily attach and secure the suction cup to any smooth or glass surface without using tools, and you can remove it really easily by releasing the security lever.
Enlarged nubs and 360° rotation
Designed to fit iPad and iPad 2 with or without protective sleeves, H7 Dura-mount is as versatile as it gets. The enlarged nubs and claw hold your iPad 2 securely. The holder turns 360° so you can adjust it any way you like for the best viewing position.
H7 Dura Mount works well in your car as a personal entertainment system. Kids would love watching their favorite movies in the back seat while you enjoy the peace and quiet at the front.
"Product carries its manufacturers warranty. If not stated, please contact us. "
7 Days: "Please note this only applies for out of the box hardware failure."