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Marlins iPhone & iPod Motorcycle Mount

Motorcycle Phone Mount

Marlin’s Genuine Accessories innovative new M Mount will securely mount all generations of the Apple IPhone and Ipod Touch with or without cases, skins or bumpers on your motorcycle.

The M Mount will also hold devises on your motorcycle from Motorola and HTC like the Droid’s, Blackberry’s and even the newer style GPS’s from Garmin.

The M Mount firmly holds these different devises on your motorcycle with the help of its spring loaded self-centering, V grooved jaws and adjustable side rails.

The M mount has precisely located access holes for Apple’s IPhone and Ipod Touch products like the power button, charging cable and audio jacks.

All devises are kept nice and safe with strong rubber cushion on the inside of the jaws and side rails. Components of the M Mount are sturdy and well made of billet aluminum and stainless steel; even the hardware and springs are stainless steel and engineered to withstand weathering on your motorcycle.

The M Mount has almost infinite mounting adjustment and can be customized to your taste using an included 2 1/2" extension rod, so you can bring it away from the bars or tuck it in close for a "from the factory look" on your motorcycle.

It’s easily installed without removing or disassembling anything from your bars using Marlin’s time tested handlebar clamp that installs & adjusts quickly and looks great in all sizes from a unit that functions for both 1" & 7/8" and 1 1/4" and even 1 1/2".

All this adjustment allows you to place your device vertically or horizontally so it can be used for everything from playing music to navigation Apps.

The M Mount is the last mount you will need to buy to hold your devise, No need to buy a new mount or cradle every time you change phones or GPS’s, the M Mount holds them all and gives you quick and easy access to them.

For more information and pricing call 800-777-5543 or visit at marlinsclocks.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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