AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk Customer Reviews
38 Customer Reviews
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The AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk is the perfect business partner for the mobile professional. Buckle in the AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk and the front seat becomes a mobile desk, file cabinet and storage compartment.
The top of the AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk is covered with a non-skid surface, keeping your cell phone, laptop and PDA from sliding to the floor. Hiding below the grip top is an additional, smooth surface that you can slide out and use for writing. Two storage compartments in the AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk let you discretely store expensive electronics out of sight. And the hanging folder slot keeps up to 15 files neat and orderly.
Realtors leap when they see the slide out writing area for filling out escrow forms. And sales reps thrill over the hanging file compartment to house their brochures. The AutoExec GripMaster Mobile Desk lends a hand to any on-the-go professional. Special slot holds the Wheel Mate. Comes with a 1-year warranty.
38 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by David D (Honolulu, HI) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Transit Connect — Nov 14, 2013 9:05 PM
This thing is great. I drive to many job sites a day. This unit has made me more organized and productive. Some surprises on installation. A cage prevents my front seats from sliding back more than a few inches, so it's wedged between the glove compartment and the seat cushion. No seat belt needed, but no glove compartment access either. My central dash juts out a few inches so the pull out table was blocked, I shifted it and it works. My laptop stays put on the rubber mat! I totally love it!
Reviewed by Checheetah C (Clarksville, IN) Reviewed for a 2008 Chevy Uplander — Nov 22, 2011 4:23 AM
This has met my expectations totally. It makes my on the road job, so much easier. There is a place for everything and keeps me somewhat organized now. This is a great product and I totally recommend it!
Reviewed by MICHAEL J (Providence Village, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Focus — Nov 12, 2011 3:57 PM
Seemed a little pricey for what it is and how it's made but according to everything else out there similar it was about the same price. It really helps with my daily job working from my car. I drive about 300 miles a day and my laptop sits perfectly and at the right height too. The only problem i had was the slideout tray hits the gear shift in my 2012 Ford Focus so i have to twist the whole unit sideways in the seat to make it clear the shift. But all in all it looks great and helps with what i do.
Reviewed by Tony W (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Transit Connect — Jun 29, 2011 6:13 AM
I have struggled in keeping the cab of my Ford Transit Connect organized and workable. This mobile desk is convenient and the non-skid top keeps my clip board from being thrown to the floorboard when I apply the brakes. This unit fits my truck very well and the seat belt keeps it snug and secure. My interior is grey, so the color blends right in. I especially like the pull out work surface, file slot & underneath storage. As others have indicated, it's a bit pricey; but definitely a worth while purchase to keep my truck cabin organized!
Reviewed by Dave N (Davenport, IA) Reviewed for a 2005 Hyundai Santa Fe — Jan 25, 2010 8:21 PM
I purchased this long after I should have! It performs well, keeps me organized and delivers as promised. The one small improvement I'd like to see is the clipboard's ability to stay in place when making a right turn. It slips out whenever I make a right turn. A velcro strap or small clip to hold this in place would be a welcome addition. Retrofits shipped free to current owners? Just a thought!
Reviewed by William F (Bloomington, IL) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford Transit Connect — Jan 21, 2010 4:58 PM
This Mobile Desk, the grip master has made my car office very efficient and organized. It has taken my planner and files from an avalanch into a professional organized office in my car. It is very easy to move if you need to take a passenger too!
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Asked by Anonymous
May 14, 2013 8:04 PM
Hello, the product description mentions an optional 400 Watt power inverter (which adds ~$100 dollars onto the price of the GripMaster. It also mentions that there is an 800 Watt inverter that it comes with, so I was just wondering why the redundancy. I'd like to purchase this product but I would like to know if it comes with an 800 Watt inverter, why you would be willing to pay ~$100 extra dollars for an additional 400 Watt inverter? Thanks, looking forward to the answer.
Answered by Nathan S. — May 15, 2013 8:40 AM
Hi, The 400 watt inverter provides 800 watts of peak surge power. Continuous watts and peak watts can be quite different on one inverter.flag Accept Answer