Looking for an iPad or Tablet holder for you vehicle? Look no further. Tackform, headquartered in Chicago, IL, believes that quality products should last a lifetime. In a world filled with low cost, short lived, quick fix mounting solutions, we chose to stand apart by manufacturing and selecting products designed to endure the roughest of conditions. Our Enterprise Series products are here to serve many industries including Commercial Fleet Trucking, Aviation, Agriculture, Off-Roading and Overlanding to name a few. Tackform’s Enterprise Series products are backed by a bulletproof 3 year warranty.
DEVICE COMPATIBILITY - The tablet cradle will accommodate any tablet with a screen size between 7" and 18.4", or a tablet with a width between 6.25" and 11.5". To name a few, this includes the Apple iPad Pro 12.9, iPad Air 2 and iPad Air, iPad 4, 3, and 2, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 and 12.2, Galaxy Tab S 10.5, Google Pixel C, Nexus 10, and Nexus 9, LG G Pad 10.1, Sony Xperia Tablet Z4 and Tablet Z… oh yeah, it also holds the Microsoft Surface Pro and Nintendo Switch! The deep grips will also accommodate your tablet regardless the size of your case.
Our 22” gooseneck tablet holder installs directly to the passenger side seat rail. All hardware is included. This allows for quick and easy installation. Optional floor brackets are included for screwing the mount directly into the floor of the vehicle. Great solution for becoming ELD Compliant, Fleet vehicles, and taxi services.
Would like a mount that i could swivel But for the price is Very Good
I like this mount really well...sits perfectly within my reach from the captins chair....only complaint is that I thought it would be more sturdy...it does vibrate alot going down the road...but other than that...love it
This is the only mount we use in our fleet.
Seat Rail/Floor Bolt Mount | 22" Rigid Aluminum Neck | Tablet Holder
I installed this mount on a 2020 F-250. I used the optional bracket as the seat-mount bracket is not what to use with the plastic covers Ford puts on their new trucks. If this was going into a 1980 Chevy, one could use the seat bolt just fine (and many more applications). I took my truck to my garage and used 3" self-tapping screws with the optional bracket and made sure I didn't run through the tunnel and hit my tranny. Call Tackform if you have issues, you can't come to my garage and get professional help, I'm only free to F@F.