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eCaddy Flex Waterproof Smartpone Mount
Motorcycle accessory maker Leader Motorcycle has introduced a new waterproof mount for smartphones.
The new eCaddy Flex is compatible with smartphones with a holster and case equipped with a belt clip. The smartphone’s screen is covered by a waterproof protective cover that, according to Leader, still allows operation of the smartphone.
The mount attaches to a motorcycle’s handlebars with Leader’s Ultra-Swivel system which offers three-way positioning to adjust it to an ideal angle.
The eCaddy Flex retails for $84.99.
Press release after the jump.Waterproof Motorcycle Mount for Smart Phones: eCaddy™ FLEX
FLEX your phone – use it more places, more easily!
The eCaddy™ FLEX was designed with today’s smart phones in mind, and offers the most versatile way to mount a
phone (or an iPod/MP3) on a motorcycle.
The cornerstone of the eCaddy™ FLEX is the NEW Ultra-Swivel feature. Ultra-Swivel gives the rider unlimited positioning
ability in not one but three ways (rotational, left-right/up-down and clockwise). So you’ll never have trouble seeing your
Start simple. Use the eCaddy™ FLEX with your own phone holster or case; as long as you’ve got a belt clip, you’re
ready to ride. The FLEX can accommodate just about any clip, including the wider Blackberry, Apple and Otterbox clips.
Clip it on, adjust to desired angle with Ultra-Swivel … and go!
Go waterproof! Pair the eCaddy™ FLEX with the newly-designed Caddy Buddy and your phone will even be waterproof.
· A sleeker, slimmer look
· Larger clear vinyl front
· YES, you can operate your phone through the protective cover!
· Wires can be run out the edge of the Velcro closure
· Can be mounted vertically OR horizontally to accommodate applications like navigation