Navigattor is one of Europe’s leading GPS navigational system companies which specialises in systems that target both the on road (Camper trailers/RV’s and cars) and the off road touring (4X4,off road racing etc.) markets.
Over the last ten years it has been coming up with some very innovative and tough integrated GPS systems and solutions like the off road Navigattor Camel 8 V 2.
Given the Navigattor GPS systems are mostly targeted for the off road market they require strong systems that attach and secure these rugged Navigattor units to your windscreen or vehicle dash and that’s why Navigattor sell the indestructible, American made, RAM mounts.
RAM stands for “Round-A-Mount” and were introduced in 1992. Over the years they have evolved into one of the most sought after accessories for mounting electronics. RAM products have quickly become an essential mounting component for a wide variety of applications including, industrial, overlanders, military and defense, four wheel drivers, material handling as well as any application requiring a robust mounting solution .
Navigattor sells an extensive range of RAM products on its website www.navigattor.com offering a wide, diverse and patent-protected product line.
One of the favorites is the RAM ball and socket mounts that feature a design revolving around an elastomeric rubber ball. Incorporating a non-slip feature as well as shock and vibration dampening. Using top quality assembly hardware, durable composites, steel, stainless steel, rubber, and aluminum, RAM mounting bases and complete kits are manufactured in the USA to perform above expectations and remain cost effective.
For over two decades RAM Mounting Systems have been synonymous with quality and performance and that’s why Navigattor choose only the best products to mount its off road GPS systems.
Navigattor has a huge selection of RAM mounts for sale on its website that includes adjustable clamps, iphone and ipad holders, tablet holders of all shapes and sizes, notebook holders and a selection of suction cup kits for holding the GPS units.