- MVMichael Van E.Verified Buyer22 hours agoRated 5 out of 5 starsGreat Mount
Here is a picture of my SeaSucker mount in action. It stuck well to both the window and the aluminum dash., giving me mounting options. Very happy with the product thus far.
- CRChristopher R.Verified Buyer4 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsSecure your hatch!
An even better use for this is keeping your cuddy door from banging around while running or trolling. My doors are now extremely secure.
- GCGeorge C.Verified Buyer4 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsNaked Flex Mount Highly Functional
The Naked Flex Mount is designed much more rugged than I was expecting. It is solid! It can stand up to the pounding in rough seas on my center console. The functionality is awesome. I can move it anywhere on my boat to give me visibility on my tablet. It allows me to remote to my multifunction display when I mount it in the bow as I am kite fishing. I am so pumped to be able to use this product to make me more competitive in fishing!
- DBDan B.Verified Reviewer5 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsSea Sucker iPad Stand
I use an iPad pro for about 80% of my online time. I read at night in bed, and I could never find a stand that would allow me to move the screen in any direction, while sitting on the bed or on my stomach. I finally made a stand and through about 4 generations got the size and shape perfected. I just take it apart for travel and sometimes use it enroute in my van. Sorry to see you never longer sell a stand. The one you had was way heavy and the wrong size and shape. The sea sucker has been bulletproof for around 8 years. Dan A. Baker
- SJSteven J.Verified Buyer8 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsNavigation
Wanted vacuum suction. No bolts.
“Strong like bull.” 4.5” vacuum mounts have a rated pull strength of 120lbs, pulling straight out from center. Pull strength on a shear load, i.e. pulling from the side, will be less. 6” vacuum mounts are 210lbs rated. Obviously, putting multiple vacuum mounts on a single product multiplies the maximum holding power.
There’s no set time limit on our vacuum mounts. It depends in part on the surface you attach to, the condition of the vacuum mount, the load you put on it, and other factors. As for surfaces to attach to, vacuum mounts in general were designed to carry big sheets of glass and other solid surface materials, so smoother, flatter surfaces are ideal. Clean surfaces and clean SeaSuckers go a long way to maximizing the hold time. In any event, if the vacuum mount begins to lose some vacuum, it will warn you so you can get it back to full power before it comes off. The vacuum pump’s plunger will extend from the pump cylinder when it starts to lose power, revealing an orange indicator band. Once you see orange, that’s your cue to repump your SeaSucker. For car racks, the simplest thing to do is to check the rack before you get in your vehicle, and check it each time you stop for gas, food, or the bathroom.
Clean off any surface dirt from the mounting surface before attaching your SeaSucker. While you’re at it, make sure the sealing edge of the vacuum pad is clean too. You don’t have to clean the mounting surface with alcohol wipes, as one overly-enthusiastic customer told us they do, but a quick wipe with a wet paper towel or napkin wouldn’t hurt. Let us make it easy for you: get one of our Cleaning Kits.
No, the HDPE and the raw materials we use to manufacture our vacuum mounts all have a high-performance UV inhibitor built in. Your SeaSucker products should look good for years.
Where are SeaSucker products made?
SeaSucker products are proudly made in the USA. We go from raw materials to finished products all from our factory in Bradenton, Florida.