Facts About RAM Mounts Quick-Grip XL Phone Holder with Ball RAM-HOL-PD4-238AU with B Size 1" Ball
I have a iPhone pro max that has similar dimensions and have a few extra inches to spare in that grip. I can’t honestly imagine any phone that wouldn’t fit in this mount.
According to both Apples spec sheet and the listed dimensions for this device there is more than enough room for an 11 or 12 pro max to fit easily.
Mine did not include the ball
mine works great. sorry.
Any device larger than 5.5" would hold securely, 5-5.5" might be a little loose but would still be held in place. Your phone is the same size as mine and it holds it firmly on my motorcycle.
I’m afraid not. This cradle has a maximum depth of .72".
It fits my z fold 3 while folded and very snug. I use it for my motorcycle and very happy with it. Keep in mind, that if you use a super thick case, it won’t fit though. I currently use a Samsung case for the front covet and spigen for the back
I’m pretty sure it will.
I have an S10+ with a case, but not an otter box. It fits perfectly. I’m super happy with it.
13 pro max will fit no problem.
This cradle would be a great choice for a Samsung Galaxy S 20+. We could definitely help you choose some parts to mount this cradle to your motorcycle as well. I would recommend reaching out to RAM Mounts customer service directly for help choosing a compatible mount.
That’s a question that should be directed to Amazon. There is faster shipping options that come with a more expensive price.
Read the description, the measurements of the phones it can hold are listed. Hight x width x thickness:
Cradle Clamping Dimensions: Height Range: 5.75" – 8.25" Width Range: 2.625" – 3.625" Max Depth: 0.72"
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Info About RAM Mounts Quick-Grip XL Phone Holder with Ball RAM-HOL-PD4-238AU with B Size 1" Ball (Reviews From Amazon)
I’ve had the original sized RAM quick grip holder for many many years and gone tens of thousands of miles with it on my motorcycle across the continent without ever having my phone even approach falling out. It held up well to direct sunlight for hundreds and hundreds of hours. It doesn’t shift position once tightened on the ball mounts. The side bars are adjustable to avoid side buttons like power and volume. The spring grip is strong enough to secure the phone, but not so strong as to affect phone insertion. It can be done with one hand. I recommend using a case of some kind on your phone, because the one thing this holder won’t do is eliminate vibrations that will scratch your phone over time. I use thin TPU cases with my phones to reduce the bulk of the phone, and it’s worked great in this holder.
The only downside to the original quick grip that I had was that it was sized for the smaller cell phones of yesteryear. As cell phones got bigger, they got sized out of that holder. Finally RAM came out with the XL version, and I am so happy! I would not use any other phone mount on my bike because I couldn’t find one as secure as the quick grip. The phone is back out of my pocket and into the new holder where it is way more useful. I highly recommend this product for anyone with a motorcycle and a cellphone. I look forward to this being the last phone holder I will ever need for my bike, as I hope to never have to buy a cell phone bigger than the one I have now, which barely fits into some pockets.
As the title states, holds a 2020 Samsung Note 10 Plus with Otterbox Defender case with no problem at all. If you have a bigger phone it will adjust out a little more to accommodate. Holds phone super tight, no worry at all about it falling out. Note, I have this mounted to a ProClip vent mount on a medium sized Ram Mount arm in my 2018 4Runner and I can still use my camera on the back of my phone as a dash cam if necessary. Yes, the camera clears just enough in the holder to still use! That I am VERY happy about. Good purchase, I’m satisfied. Shipped quickly and no damage.
I have always trusted Ram mounts for securing my phones. I just upgraded to a this bigger one from the smaller one due to getting a bigger phone. The smaller one is just as awesome. I’m a motorcycle officer and about 7 yrs ago I was involved in an accident where a lady pulled out in front of me and sent me flying 20 ft on the other side of her her car with 10 broken bones. The only thing still intact was phone sitting inside my Ram mount and still playing music. Only thing kept me calm til the ambulance and other officers came. Keep up the good work Ram.
Bought the Quick-Grip for an S20 FE. I also have an X-Grip, bought a couple of years ago for another phone. I find the Quick-Grip far more secure for car or bike installation, and the X-Grip better for holding my phone on my desk, for example when making video calls, reading instructions when I needed both hands, etc. I reviewed the comments in depth before buying the Quick-Grip, and I’ll address what I found myself now that I have one.
Material and assembly: This is not cheap construction. I have been using Ram mounts for GPS units for years and none have broken or given me trouble. The materials are strong, and if you are breaking it during assembly or use, you are using too much force. Mine came with multiple length screws for assembly, so you will be able to adjust for your situation. I used the medium length screws so that the jam nuts were secure but the screws did not extend beyond the back of the case when assembled, for the ball and the side arms. Assembly was intuitive. Some may want more explicit instructions, but the pictogram instructions where more than enough for this simple product.
Usefulness: The Quick-Grip is definitely more secure than an X-Grip in any vibration environment. The spring is quite strong, but I have no problem installing or removing the phone with one hand. Hook your index finger on a side support arm then press up and out on the bottom/center of the phone with your thumb. You do have to be careful or you might drop the phone when the bottom pops out of the case, but it’s a learning experience and easy to do once you get the hang of it. Because the side arms have multiple slots you can choose for assembly, I have access to all screen functions, fingerprint sensor, side buttons and the charging port. The camera still works with one exception. Because of the multiple camera lenses, at 1X or greater, the camera works fine. At 0.5X (zooming out), there is a slight dark area at one edge of the image because of the wide angle view. Not an issue for me. My phone is mounted for ease of access to the phone functions, maps, navigation, etc, and not for photography. The X-Grip would be my choice if I wanted a mount just for photography. My older phone with a different camera layout works fine in the Quick-Grip. I think there was a review where someone had modified the Quick-Gripfor their needs. I don’t see why this can’t be done without compromising the integrity if that’s what you want to do. I’m happy with it as is.
Overall, the Quick-Grip is a great holder.
10 times better than the X-grip. This is Rock solid. Holds your phone very secure and is nice having some adjustability. Only thing I wish is the top and bottom arms were a bit shorter and there was a lock feature. If you left a phone or GPS in it anyone could walk up and take it in 5 seconds flat. But does the trick very nicely for navigation on my motorcycle!
I had the previous Ram X mount that used the 4 point claw. I bought it used and did not have the rubber band that assist in locking it in. One day my iPhone takes a jump off by bike as I’m going 80mph on the freeway. I went out and bought the rubber band but it was a hassle to secure my phone. A flaw in the Ram X design is that one of the claw arms would push the power button on my phone causing it to attempt an emergency call. Then I came across this.
I hesitated because I’m cheap but I wish I would of gotten it sooner! Soooooo easy to use now. Super sturdy. This design also allows you to customers the holder to your phone size because the 4 side arms can be moved into 6 different locations and adjusted/slide in or out. Once you got them in place, tighten them down and your phone will have no wiggle room from left to right. This system also allowed me to avoid hitting any buttons on the side of my phone.
If you have the original Ram X mount. Dump it! This is waaaaaaay better.
This thing looks bulky, but it’s not so bad when in use. I like the adjustable pegs (claws) for different model phones.
I have a Galaxy S20 5G and I’m glad I bought the XL size mount. It’s a good fit!
I like to stop on country roads to get photos of scenery or wildlife or whatever, so my favorite feature is how quickly I can now remove my phone from the mount. My old RAM X-mount with the ‘rubber band’ straps was a pain. Plus the rubber band would always seem to be pressing my volume buttons. I passed up a lot of photo opportunities simply because I didn’t want to have to remove my gloves and put the phone back in the old X mount.
Replaced a x-grip with this. Best thing I could have purchased. I put this off for way too long. Positively retained in the grip. I was concerned that it might not fully retain my phone. The 8 plus is a big phone by itself, but put it in the big Otterbox and it gets really hard to find a device that will hold this phone. This one does the job VERY well. The “fingers” go beyond the size of the Otterbox, so the phone is held in place and does not move around. I rode on some pretty rough roads and it did a great job.
This is a clearly superior design in every way for any “high risk” application. By high risk I mean that if the phone slips, there’s a good chance you’ll loose it. I use this on my motorcycle, and prefer it to the X grip even in the car. Using an iPhone it’s always a pain to get the X lined up so it’s not pressing on a button.
Takes a little more effort to set up as you have to install the side pegs and snug them down, but you do that once. But you can still change it later. They’re nylock nuts, so you don’t need thread locker, just a screwdriver.
Unlike that _other_ phone mount company (QL) the prices are reasonable and I won’t have to buy a new one when I change phones.
After having my phone jiggle out of the RAM X-Grip twice I started looking for alternatives. This is the perfect phone mount for my bike and really any use case. It is solid and the phone has zero risk coming out of the mount with use due to the points of contact and the structure of the mount. My dad even bought one after he saw how secure it keeps the phone when riding. The only downside specific to this mount I can even think of is it can take up a substantial amount of space but it’s only slightly bigger than my iPhone XS anyways so its not a big deal. Any larger phone will be larger than the mount itself and negate this one gripe. The other consideration is this is larger than other RAM mounts and therefore more noticeable and there is no security feature so there is potential that the mount itself could be stolen but if that happens it’s a roughly $20 replacement and totally worth the price. That being said if I cared enough it is easily removed when parked but would be awkward to carry on your person.
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