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Kensington Car Mount for iPod and iPhone

22 Apr 10

Secure your iPod or MP3 player in place while you drive with the Kensington Car Mount. Its flexible arm positions your iPod in view without taking up space or blocking dashboard controls. The adjustable, padded cradle holds your iPod without scratching. And there's no installation - the unique suction mount grips tightly, yet releases quickly by lifting a lever. Features Flexible arm keeps your iPod in view and within easy reach Works with nearly all MP3 and iPod music players - even when they're in a case Universal mount designed to fit all cars; installs in seconds Oversized suction cup is strong enough for even the roughest roads One-button quick release lets you grab your iPod and go Adjustable feet prevent your iPod from falling when released Includes super strong adhesive pads for alternative mounting locations

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