|Item Weight||12 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 6.5 x 3.5 inches|
|Item model number||M-UTH110|
Merkury Innovations Universal Headrest Mount for iPad - All Generations
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- Multiple adjustment knobs to create the perfect angle and height for optimal viewing
- Supports an ideal viewing angle in both vertical and horizontal orientation
- Convenient Storage
- Multiple adjustment knobs to create the perfect angle and height for optimal viewing^Supports an ideal viewing angle in both vertical and horizontal orientation^Convenient Storage
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This product breaks after a while. The quality of the material is not good and hence does not last more than couple of months. Refrain from buying.
I ordered this as it was in the $15 range while others were $20 - $25. I received it in 2 days after ordering and was pleasantly surprised at the quality of the product for the price it was being offered for.
I immediately tried it on my toyota 4runner with my nexus 7 and here are my comments.
The locking hooks were NOT tight enough even after pushing the levers all the way. It seems that my toyota's head rest posts were a little too slim for this product's design. So I added a little bit of padding with a piece of paper around the headrest posts. This did the trick and the locks snapped fit snuggly.
My nexus 7 fit perfectly in the claws and I could also adjust the angle at which I wanted to view it.
I have to admit that I did not have a chance to see any other brands and so I cant compare the quality of this product with other brands. But you cannot go wrong with $15 bucks and it does it job just fine.
Overall, this is a good buy and I would recommend it.
2nd and the biggest problem is that after a few days of use, the whole thing completely fell apart! (and might I ad that in the middle of a roadtrip with a toddler to not be able to play elmo was NOT ok) The ball like swivel joint is made up of small peices so when that fell apart and landed all over my car floor, I scrounged around to try and find all the little peices but could not figure out how to get it back together. Now all i have is a bundle of plastic peices that used to at one time be a headrest mount. Not very useful.
NOTE* The mount is made to place on the back of a head rest. I have 2 children under the age of two and are still rear facing. Therefore, I need to place the mount on the front of the headrest. This mount would not work in my wife's car, but I managed to make it work in my SUV. However, in my SUV it is limited in it's tilting ability. The bracket piece does not extend enough from the Headrest bars and is restriced by the actual headrest cushion.
then the piece of plastic that snaps the device shut around the back of the headrest popped off after one month of normal use. Very disappointed.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Piece of junk and wouldn't stay in place. Fell down every time my son got in or out of the car. I ended up throwing it away because it wasn't worth the hassle to return it.Published 16 months ago by pen name
Easily broke. Given as a gift and had to return for refund. Feels really cheap from china.Published 23 months ago by Bearicus
I have a window mount that is the same brand, they are so well made! this is a life saver for the long trips and I love it because I can put my ipad or ipad mini in it:)Published on February 7, 2014 by Love2shop
Simple straight forward assembly. Not particularly heavy duty but well neither was the price. Long term testing with the kids is under way.Published on January 10, 2014 by MCH
Love this product for my kindle fire. I use it for my 2-year-old daughter for movies while driving long distances or just to keep her preoccupied. Read morePublished on November 8, 2013 by D. C. R.
This is the first time that a product I have purchased from Amazon truly sucks. Was hoping to use it to mount my iPad in my car. On opening the box, everything seemed in order. Read morePublished on September 24, 2013 by AK30882
They both became unscrewed from the base and are unable to be reattached. They losen while you are driving and start to flip around on the kids. Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by Laura E Slingerland