Car Headrest Tablet Mount £9.59  (Prime) / £13.58 (non Prime) Sold by LamicallDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal
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Car Headrest Tablet Mount £9.59 (Prime) / £13.58 (non Prime) Sold by LamicallDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon - lightning deal

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Found 28th Feb
Universal Compatibility: Lamicall Car Headrest Mount works with all 4.4- 11-Inch devices, such as new iPad 2017 Pro 9.7, 10.5, Air mini 2 3 4, Accessories, Tab, E-reader, Smartphones and Tablets. 360° Rotatable & Easy Installation: 360 degree rotation allows you to rotate any angle you desired, you only need adjust the expandable leg of backseat headrest mount, so it can be installed immediately. Anti-Vibration & Anti-Friction: The soft rubber pads protect your devices from friction, and the telescoping arm can effectively prevent vibration and tight grip on your seat and equipment. More Convenient & Enjoyable: Universal Headrest Cradle will bring you a great fun when watching movies, reading, playing games and listening to music with no hands during long car journeys. High-Quality & Safe: Lamicall Stand for car headrest is made of sturdy aluminum and ABS materials, giving you a more enjoyable and safer trip. Offering you a full refund or a brand new replacement if you are not satisfied with it.
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I have 2 of these and they are far superior to the cheap eBay offerings. Holds the kids ipad and iPhones easily. Heat added.
Would be good for a Nintendo Switch
I purchased two similar ones from Amazon recently but decided to return. They functioned well as a tablet holder but for me the SAFETY implications of these is a major concern. Yes they are safely fixed to the headrest but, in the event of an accident, there is always the potential that a child's head could be thrown forward and hit the protruding plastic (particularly when a tablet isn't in place). Sure, we have a spacious car and the likelihood of that type of accident is very low but they are a risk.

FWIW my car also has active headrests and the manual advises against fastening these to the headrest as it can interfere with the whiplash prevention mechanism for front seat occupants.
Edited by: "neversay" 28th Feb
£12.99 for me now (Prime)
neversay2 h, 4 m ago

I purchased two similar ones from Amazon recently but decided to return. …I purchased two similar ones from Amazon recently but decided to return. They functioned well as a tablet holder but for me the SAFETY implications of these is a major concern. Yes they are safely fixed to the headrest but, in the event of an accident, there is always the potential that a child's head could be thrown forward and hit the protruding plastic (particularly when a tablet isn't in place). Sure, we have a spacious car and the likelihood of that type of accident is very low but they are a risk.FWIW my car also has active headrests and the manual advises against fastening these to the headrest as it can interfere with the whiplash prevention mechanism for front seat occupants.


NextBase are safety tested.
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