February 22, 2017

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review

Joel Helmes road tests two in-car tablet holders.

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review
Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review.

Taking your tablet in the car? Then you need to ensure it is safely secured.

TDJ Australia, who also provided us with Aerpro phone/GPS holders and USB charger outlets to review, have also given us a couple of their iPad/tablet holders to check out.

First up us is a holder that mounts directly to your windscreen…

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review
With a rigid construction and very reassuring suction cup it takes only moments to fit.

Then its simply a matter of fitting the bracket…

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review
And your iPad or tablet is ready to go with full 360 degree adjustment available.

The Aerpro iPad and tablet glass suction mount has a RRP of $24.99.

If you want to keep your back seat passengers entertained then a headrest mount is the way to go…

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review
The mounting simply fits onto the headrest pins and is adjustable to fit any vehicle.

Then, once again, you simply fit the bracket and install your tablet…

Aerpro iPad and Tablet Holder Review
And you have a secure and safe place for your tablet and full 360 degree rotation.

As with the suction cup mount, the headrest mount has a RRP of $24.99.

Summing them up: Wow, these are really handy additions and once again with very reasonable pricing, good design and sturdy build quality I can’t see any reason why you wouldn’t pick up any of these Aerpro accessories for your vehicle.

Aerpro accessories are available from Masters, Supercheap, Autobarn, Autopro, Repco, Car Audio Masters and independent car audio retailers.

About Joel Helmes 3096 Articles
Joel is the founder and CEO of Behind the Wheel. Joel has a background as a radio broadcaster with on-air roles at 4BC, 4KQ, 2KY, 2LT and 2UE amongst others, as well as a news editor and program director. Joel’s relationship with cars stems back to his early childhood learning to change oil and brakes with his father and uncle. This continued on into his driving years owning an assorted collection of cars.

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