Exercise Mount for iPads (1st through 4th generation)

November 7, 2014 - Comment

iPads (1st through 4th generation).Works with most exercise equipment stick GRIP material and neoprene strap secure your iPad during workout. Durable aluminum and steel construction. Foldable design fits into included travel pouch. An iPad simply rests in the mounting tray of the fitRAIL and is secured against the frame with the patented stickGRIP material. Convenient

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iPads (1st through 4th generation).Works with most exercise equipment stick GRIP material and neoprene strap secure your iPad during workout. Durable aluminum and steel construction. Foldable design fits into included travel pouch. An iPad simply rests in the mounting tray of the fitRAIL and is secured against the frame with the patented stickGRIP material. Convenient for low angle typing, watching movies and more while resting on a desk. Soft rubber feet ensure that the exercise equipment will not be scratched or harmed. Soft rubber feet sit on the back of the fitRAIL to ensure that the exercise equipment will not be scratched or harmed. The fitRAIL allows users to view and operate an iPad during a workout. The fitRAIL folds up and fits into the included travel pouch for easy transportation in a gym bag or backpack. Watch movies, listen to music, read and more while the iPad remains securely mounted. This exercise mount attaches to almost any type of workout equipment.

Product Features

  • Watch movies, listen to music, read and more while you workout
  • Works with most exercise equipment stick GRIP material and neoprene strap secure your iPad during workout
  • Durable aluminum and steel construction
  • Foldable design fits into included travel pouch
  • An iPad simply rests in the mounting tray of the fitRAIL and is secured against the frame with the patented stickGRIP material
  • Convenient for low angle typing, watching movies and more while resting on a desk
  • Soft rubber feet ensure that the exercise equipment will not be scratched or harmed
  • Soft rubber feet sit on the back of the fitRAIL to ensure that the exercise equipment will not be scratched or harmed
  • The fitRAIL allows users to view and operate an iPad during a workout
  • The fitRAIL folds up and fits into the included travel pouch for easy transportation in a gym bag or backpack
  • Watch movies, listen to music, read and more while the iPad remains securely mounted. This exercise mount attaches to almost any type of workout equipment

Comments

Neurasthenic "neurasthenic" says:

a decent stand I bought one of these at the Apple Store while drunk, and I’m not sure I would have bought it while sober. $50+ is a lot to pay for an iPad stand. That said, this device promises several advantages — it works propped up on a table or airline tray, or it can hang from the back of a seat or the control panel of an exercise machine. It’s made of metal and it folds flat. It delivers on all these promises, and I’ve gotten good use out of it. I have only two complaints — first, the little sticky…

J.R. Carson says:

Holds an iPad 2, but has its design limits. I bought this mount for my wife to use on her treadmill. She runs a 5k every day on it and likes to catch up on some of her shows while running. She had been setting her phone in one of the cup holders to watch HBO Go while running – not ideal. I purchased this mount to allow her to utilize the bigger iPad screen and to have the screen directly in front of her, instead of off to the side in a cup holder. We considered other mounts, like a cup-holder mount, but our Pacemaster has oddly shaped…

Christian Arathos says:

A very reasonable stand that is worth the cost I’ve been looking for a good solution to watch videos on the treadmill. I used to use the integrated TV monitor and a connection from my phone, but the iPhone 5 does not allow video out via Netflix. I then started to look for ways to use my iPad instead. I run around 8mph and at that speeds the treadmill rocks enough that placing the iPad on a small flat area of the instrument shelf, or using a magazine stand just doesn’t cut it.This stand is near perfect. The only issue I faced was…

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