SeaSucker is a designer, manufacturer and distributor of marine accessories, bike/board racks for cars, and SeaSucker cases for hand-held electronic gadgets. The Florida-based company started in 2005 by developing a vacuum-mounted chair for applied use on boat decks. Not the chair, but the vacuum technology is what turned out to be the real winner. In 2011, SeaSucker jumped aboard the popular iPad ship, releasing the Naked Flex Mount. This design quickly become the brand’s number one selling product of all time.
“Naked” here means no special bracket is needed to fit specific devices. In addition to the iPads, all SeaSucker tablet cases will work with any sized tablet. The brand currently offers one waterproof case and a line of mounts ($60-$100) The Dry Case waterproof bag can even attach to the mounts. SeaSucker also offers a range of extra accessories ($18-$35) for use with the mounts, including: a storage case, clamp, extension arms, wall mount bracket and a weighted base for tabletops.
Quite frankly, SeaSucker products don’t suck. They are a great investment for the most active tablet users. Whether indoors or outdoors, in the car or out on the water, consumers should buy SeaSucker tablet cases for keeping naked devices safe and/or secure.