First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

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Designed to be used together, Pro-Fit International’s UltiMount V2 ($24) is a universal car mount for portable devices, capable of attaching to either the miCradle for iPhone (approx. $20) or miTouch for iPod touch (approx. $20), plastic holders specifically designed to fit individual Apple devices. UltiMount uses an adhesive plastic plate to attach to the side of your car’s center console or elsewhere on the dashboard, and a swiveling ball plate that attaches with screws to your preferred mount. The mount’s screws and nuts bind in four places, permitting secure iPhone or iPod touch use in your choice of orientations; a lock on the UltiMount V2’s ball joint lets it stay in the position you’ve picked. Pro-Fit typically sells an UltiMount plus holder combination at a discounted price of $40.

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

First Look: Pro-Fit UltiMount V2, miCradle for iPhone & miTouch for iPod touch Holders

 

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Company and Price

Company: Pro Fit International

Website: www.Pro-Fit-Intl.com

Models: UltiMount V2, miTouch, miCradle

Price: $24 (V2), Approx. $20 (miTouch/miCradle)

Compatible: iPod touch, iPhone

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Jeremy Horwitz

Jeremy Horwitz was the Editor-in-Chief at iLounge. He has written over 5,000 articles and reviews for the website and is one of the most respected members of the Apple media. Horwitz has been following Apple since the release of the original iPod in 2001. He was one of the first reviewers to receive a pre-release unit of the device, and his review helped put iLounge on the map as a go-to source for Apple news.