Unite™ Seat Bolt Mount

Universal Tablet Mount for 7" - 12" Tablets

With Unite™, Things are Looking Up

These Award-winning mounts are now available for tablets beyond the iPad. These universal mounting solutions are perfect for any 7”-12” tablet keeping your iPad mini, Surface 3, Nexus, or Galaxy at the perfect angle for utmost convenience.

The Unite Seat Bolt Mount is designed to attach to the bolt beneath the passenger seat of most cars, so you can enjoy the use of a tablet without having to hold it. Perfect for anyone who works on the go and needs to keep their tablet close at hand.

Lightweight Strength

Unite™ mounts are built of high-quality carbon fiber arms. This advanced material is surprisingly lightweight yet incredibly strong. The powerful combination of carbon fiber with carefully designed joints produces mounts that are both easy to maneuver and sturdy to use.

Spherical Joints

Unite™ mounts come equipped with spherical joints for ultimate customizability. The included Unite™ tablet holder can be swiveled 360° to easily transition from portrait to landscape mode without removing it from the mount. And the sturdy carbon fiber arms can also be adjusted into infinite configurations providing you with the perfect angle every time.




Fits most Tablets

The Unite mount attaches to the widest variety of tablets between 7”-12”. Just slide in your tablet and turn the knobs on the back for sturdy connection every time.

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