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PolarPro Mount for DJI CrystalSky and Mavic/Spark Remote Controllers

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  • Combine CrystalSky & Mavic/Spark Remote
  • For 7.85" or 5.5" CrystalSky Monitors
  • For Mavic Air, Pro, Platinum, or Spark
  • Rigid Aluminum Frame Eliminates Flexing

The PolarPro Mount for DJI CrystalSky and Mavic/Spark Remote Controllers allows you to create a unified control option to view FPV footage while you pilot your drone. Your controller and CrystalSky monitor attach to this mount, with the monitor placed conveniently above the remote for a better viewing angle. The mount is constructed from rigid anodized aluminum in order to eliminate any flexing.

This mount can accept a 7.85" or 5.5" CrystalSky monitor and can attach to a Mavic Air, Pro, Platinum, or Spark controller. Please note that you must have a USB Type-C cable (not included) that is 10" or more in length in order to successfully connect the CrystalSky and remote.

Additional Features

  • Adjust CrystalSky monitor angle up to 85 degrees
  • Tapered ergonomic grip
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PolarPro Mount for DJI CrystalSky and Mavic/Spark Remote Controllers
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Compatibility CrystalSky monitors: 7.85" or 5.5"
Mavic Controller: Air, Pro, or Platinum
Spark controller
Material of Construction Anodized aluminum
Dimensions (H x W x D) 3.1 x 5.5 x 3.2" / 7.9 x 14.0 x 8.1 cm
Weight 7.4 oz / 209.8 g
WARNING: This product may expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to
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