Introducing the CamKix UTV Roll Bar Phone Mount

Are you into the adventurous side? Capture the fun with the newest CamKix photography tool available in the market!

Complete your gear with the UTV Roll Bar Phone Mount: a set that comes with attachment with thumbscrew, phone holder clip, a silicone phone belt and an anti-slip rubber.

The zip tie mount is suitable for smartphones and GoPro cameras. The 0.25 inch screw mount (360° rotation) for the phone holder clip and GoPro adapter comes with a thumbscrew. The phone holder clip expands from 2.6 to 4.4 inches. Note that it cannot hold an iPhone 4/4S/5/5S or 5 SE. The GoPro adapter with screw is suitable for all GoPro models and other action cameras such as DJI OSMO Action that uses a standard thumbscrew or tripod screw attachment.

The long silicone mounting strap measuring 9.84 inches can fit the roll bars of side by sides, ATVs or UTVs. Its design allows for easy loosening or tightening of the mount with the use of any tools. The exceptionally strong grip will protect your device through the rough terrain.

Tailored to fit roll cage of Polaris, RZR, General, Ranger and most UTV, side by side brands, the stem is long enough to hold on multiple handlebars and roll cages. An anti-slip rubber that you can also find in the kit provides an anti-skid support keeping your device steady and secure.

It can also be used as a pole, stem and handlebar mount, ideal for mountain bikes and motorcycles. Mount your phone and use it as a navigator while you travel through unfamiliar routes or take a video while running at different speeds.

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1 comment

  • Just received my Mount and it came with a crack in it and won’t hold the phone

    Randy Ringelstetter

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