Our Padholdr headrest kit is adjustable to fit iPad 1 and 2 with or without a case.
Padholdr Headrest Kit
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I've never understood the need or want to mount their I pad into cars. Maybe for passengers but for a driver what's the point
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People always think that having an iPad in your dash only means that you are watching movies while you drive, and that is not the case with anyone that I know that uses the iPad while driving.
The headrest kit is great for kids to use netflix, or watch downloaded movies while on the road however.
Exactly... And for those of us that travel for work.... The iPad makes it so much easier.Originally Posted by Padholdr
....especially for playing angry birds while driving.
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As far as the safety aspect of all these inexpensive tablet holders, just make sure when your looking to buy one, you can actually see it first, make sure there are no sharp 90 degree edges to it. The reason being is head impact... a nice 90 degree edge will make for a nice gash on your kids face if he goes flying in to it (if seat belt was removed I am guessing). What would be more important for me (working for the car industry and involved in accessory product crash test safety) is that you don't want to unit to come flying out of it's mount in the event of a rear impact. I have seen industry test videos for a certain European car maker (WHO has REALLY safe cars, hint) where installed rear seat dual dvd systems would come flying out of their enclosures, with sharp edges and wires flying at the rear passengers faces! That was some scary stuff. So just know if you see a RSE from a car maker, make sure its not just an after market brand installed at the dealership. You want to be certain that it is factory approved and safety tested to FMVSS 108 standards.
So rounded edges, no 90 degree edges, and able to withstand a 35 mph rear impact. IF a Tablet Holder vendor here can't prove it or get their products certified, don't bother buying it, your kid's are worth more than the savings you would get for a cheaper holder. I am buying the ProClip.