Security Screws for Locking Tablet, Radio and Marine Mounts

The introduction of tablet technology, especially expensive tablets technology has led to the need for locking tablet mounts.  These mounts include a locking cradle to keep your tablet firmly in place.  The locking cradle is typically coupled with a flat surface mount that is screwed or bolted down.  Then you just need to worry about a thief armed with a screwdriver.  However, if you use security screws, you don’t need to worry as much. There are many applications and devices that benefit from the inclusion of security screws.  The expensive locking tablet mount is one.  Ham Radios are another device where … Read more…

Transducer Mounts

Mounting a transducer properly is critically important to optimal usage.  You will want to be sure the transducer is installed at the waterline.  The more air between your transducer and the water, the less effective it will be in detecting what’s below your boat. Most transducers come with a basic mounting kit.  The majority of transducers sold include a transom mounting kit which is used to attach the device to the back of the boat.  Typically, these are the easiest to install and remove.  These are the best for most trailered boats.  This requires drilling some holes in your boat … Read more…

Marine Electronics Mounting Accessories for Lowrance, Garmin, Humminbird

Ahoy.  Have a Fishfinder, Chartplotter or GPS and the stock mounting bracket isn’t cutting it?  Common problem. Most marine electronics are larger than your typical GPS unit and coupled with the unique requirements of using your device on a boat, a need for something larger and more flexible than a flush mount might be required.  You want that mount to be rugged and resistant to the elements.  Many aftermarket mounts couple with your current bracket to add a more secure grasp to your device while allowing it to be moved to a more convenient location, often closer to the user or even … Read more…