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AppStrap - Appstrap 5 for a Pilot Kneeboard, Fits Most Tablets

Use your Ipad or tablet with the heavy duty cover! No need to buy another case just for the cockpit. The AppStrap 5 Pilot Kneeboard has a unique Velcro joint that allows for easy repositioning, stowing or sharing with a crew member. The AppStrap maximizes functionality by NOT eliminating the inherent utility of the tablet. The AppStrap also doesn't interfere with the user like so many other products. Even aerobatic and rotor pilots love the low-profile AppStrap.

The AppStrap 5 Tablet Kneeboard has a high-quality, hand-sewn leg strap and enlarged form fitting black polycarbonate clips  clips, Two attachable Tilt Pads are included to improve viewing and stability. The AppStrap 5 Pilot Tablet Kneeboard uses a unique Velcro-fastening system that allows the user to switch between portrait or landscape views or remove tablet completely for viewing or stowing. 

Additionally, the AppStrap 5 Pilot Tablet Kneeboard  fits many tablets with a case up to 1" thick.  Perfect for tablets with heavy duty cases such as the Otterbox, Survivor, and Gumdrop.

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For AppStrap Ipad Kneeboards Only

Ipad and Ipad Cases not Included. 

AppStrap - Appstrap 5 Pilot Kneeboard Product Features:

  • Form-fitting black polycarbonate clips
  • Low Profile and Light wieght
  • Compatible with many cases and skins up to 1" Thick
  • Instantly share, stow or reposition

AppStrap - Appstrap 5 Pilot Kneeboard Includes:

  • Leg Strap
  • Clip Strap
  • 2 Tilt Pads 

AppStrap - Appstrap 5 Pilot Kneeboard Product Specifications:

  • UOM : Each
  • Manifacturers P/N: AS-5
  • UPC :  700220232297
Weight
0.60
UPC
700220232297
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