Aries Manufacturing, a licensee of Cobra Electronics, has announced eight new universal device mounts to hold most portable wireless devices. Each mount can be easily and quickly installed with no mess or tools, the company says. All of these mounts feature adjustable locking joints for ease of viewing while allowing full access to all ports and controls.
The line’s key feature is the ‘Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive’ that’s said to add extra security to a device as it sits in the mount, but it won’t leave behind any residue, nor will the sticky area ever need to be replaced. If the Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive stickiness is ever affected, Cobra says you can just spray it with simple glass cleaner and wipe off the area, thus reviving the stickiness.
The most innovative mount in the line is said to be the Mini Mount. Although extra small in size, it has been designed to be used just about anywhere with double the Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive power, featuring a sticky footed base as well as an Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive device mounting area. This mount is ideal for the GPS, MP3, or smart phone user, says Cobra.
The Universal Flex Mount is designed for use on glass surfaces and features a flexible neck design for custom positioning and an Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive device mounting area.
The Universal Cigarette Lighter Mount is an alternative for those who are looking for a less intrusive and less permanent mounting solution that includes a flexible neck and an Ever-Last BreakAway Adhesive device mounting area.
For a heavy-duty mounting solution, the Cobra Universal GPS/PDA Device Mount works on glass surfaces and utilizes two adjustable padded arms to give the device added hold, useful for trucks running in rougher terrain.
All of Cobra’s Universal Device Mounts are designed to work with most wireless devices and are easily portable from vehicle to vehicle. They’re available online and in travel stores.
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