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Ram-Mount - RAM-HOL-PD3 - Soporte universal PDA
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ram-hol-pd3 ram-hol-pd3 soporte universal de PDA
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Puede parecer que los soportes laterales sean endebles pero debido a la fuerza de sujección del muelle esto no soportan esfuerzo.
La suciedad, polvo y barro no le afectan o se puede limpiar fácilmente con un chorro de agua.
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This is a very well-made, substantial cradle that doesn't seem likely to break any time soon. The design has been pretty well thought out, and it grips any device that will fit into it securely but safely. Four side arms come with the device, along with machine screws and Nylok lock nuts to attach them, and there are six possible slots in which they can be installed. (Tip: Put the screws in from the back of the case. The slots the side arms slide in are the correct depth and width to hold the locknuts captive while you tighten them.) You can pick any four (or, obviously, fewer) of the six slots to install side arms in so as to avoid your phone's side buttons.
There's really only one issue with it, for my use, and it may not be a problem if you're trying to use it with a smaller device. RAM Mount's own specifications for this cradle say that it will hold devices from 2.25" to 3.25" wide, by 4.75" to 6.25" long.
These specs, sadly, are WRONG.
First up, the width spec here is actually conservative. With the side arms installed and tightened down as far apart as they will go, the PD3U will actually hold a device up to 3.375" wide, not 3.25". This makes it wide enough to hold a 6" tablet phone such as a Samsung Galaxy Note in an Otterbox Commuter case. Moreover, if you flip one or both sets of side arms around, you could actually adjust it down to hold a device as narrow as about 1.25" (if you could find a device that small to use it with).
However, the LENGTH is another story. RAM states the maximum length as 6.25". And it is true that it will *hold* a 6.25" long device, if you can get it in there. But getting it in there means taking one set of side arms off and sliding the device in from the side, because the moving jaw will not open wide enough to allow you to actually *insert* a device more than 6" long from the front.
Now, this isn't a problem for a device less than 6" long (say, any phone up to about a 5.5" screen). And in my case, I think I can make it work, because my plan calls for mounting the cradle sideways anyway, so I can just use all three side arm slots on what will become the bottom edge, leave the top edge open entirely, and slide my Galaxy Note 3 in from the top. But if you want to put a 6" device in this with the cradle upright, the overstated length may be a problem for you.
Two Technical Thug thumbs up for design and construction. One star knocked off for inaccurate specifications — but I want to emphasize that's RAM Mount's fault, not Spartan POS's. If RAM made a cradle just like this one but a half-inch to an inch longer, it would be perfect for 6" phablet phones even in rugged cases. I have no doubt this one will work wonderfully for anything less than 6" long.
I've been trying to find a way to mount my phone rather than an older Garmin to my bike. This plastic piece fit the mountings the previous owner had on there (I think it was an SW-Motech item?) perfectly, with the exception of only being able to mount it in portrait. This is NOT a fault of this item, just to be clear, if I were to invest in a ball-and-arm RAM product I would be able to mount my phone at any angle. This is 100% the fault of the particular base I am using, which I do not believe is a RAM product.
On to the holder itself - total setup time was something in the neighborhood of 30 minutes, and the base I'm using was a lot more complicated than the standard RAM bases. I'm sure you could set it up in 15 minutes or less if you already have a RAM ball installed on your bike. The springs are really damned strong. It fits my Samsung Galaxy S5 with an Otterbox Commuter Series with absolutely no trouble at all, and plenty of room to spare. I'm quite certain a Galaxy Note with a bulky protective case would fit just fine, though that might be about the limit. It is VERY secure. I was nervous at first, after all I'm trusting a <$20 hunk of plastic and springs with a >$500 device that I depend on to stay connected for work and social life every single day. My trust was absolutely not misplaced. It took about 1 second to place my phone in it. Wow. On the way out of my neighborhood at about 20MPH I deliberately hit a couple of pot holes I usually avoid. The phone didn't even budge. Damned impressed. Stop for a cup of coffee on my way to work, and it comes out in about 1 second. Again, wow. It's handled a few hundred miles already, speeds from parking lots to highways, bumps hit and bumps dodged, emergency maneuvers made, and all without ever a doubt that the phone was secure. If you wanted to use it for trail riding, you might want to strap a rubber band around it just to be safe, but that might not even be necessary.
It vibrates a bit, but again I'm not using a rubber RAM ball, so it might not vibrate as much if you do. It doesn't cover up my camera which is nice, but installed with the camera facing out of the windshield of my V-Strom and the vibration it takes video that looks like I'm riding a submarine. Not shabby for a dash cam, but no good for a motovlogger setup the way I have it. Again, a RAM ball mounting might make all the difference here. For now I'm happy with Google maps navigation being visible and being able to see the caller ID when I hear the phone ring in my helmet bluetooth.
The outer positions for the second set of side supports overlaps the PWR and volume buttons, but the inner set misses them just perfectly.
It's a pretty well thought out design. The included bolts have the rights sizes, the nuts are all nylon locking nuts, and you don't even need to hold the nuts because the plastic has features that prevent the nuts from rotating when you assembled it. Very convenient and easy to assemble.
I can't think of anything more I'd ask for. The only thing off about it is that depending on the length of your phone, the phone is off-center to the ball mount on the back since only one side of the mount adjusts. Very minor issue, hardly noticeable. Kind of inherent to the simplicity of the design.
Pics shown with nexus 5 mounted.