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Bracketron Introduces The New ProX Tree Mount To The Hunting Line

MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 4, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bracketron, an industry leader in universal mounts and accessories for mobile devices, announces the expansion of their outdoor Xventure line to include mounting solutions for the hunting enthusiast. You can attach your smartphone or action camera to hunting rifles, bows, paintball and pellet guns, and fishing rods. The line also features the new ProX Tree Mount which allows you to attach your smartphone or action camera to a nearby tree for a completely different view.

"We want anyone who is going out hunting to be able to capture the memories. Yet, we also want to make their adventure a breeze, which is why we came out with the ProX Tree Mount. Now hunters can spot the best places to hunt, without having to guess," says Tom Scheunemann, Director of Product Development at Bracketron.

The ProX Tree Mount captures more than what is seen from the hunter's perspective. It has a standard 1/4" 20 thread adapter as well as a GoPro adapter, making it a universal solution for any action camera. This mount also comes with a spring-loaded smartphone clamp mount. The simple design allows you to screw the mount directly to a tree trunk.

The ProX Bow Mount fits all hunting bows with a stabilizer opening. It easily attaches to any action camera and allows you to enjoy full 360-degree camera rotation.

The ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1 clamps securely to your hunting, pellet or paintball gun. Use your smartphone or an action camera to capture the perfect shot. The Xventure hunting line also features The ProX Sport Mount, which is strictly used with action cameras.

ProX Sport Mount 3-in-1 is $69.99, ProX Sport Mount is $54.99, ProX Bow Mount is $19.99 and ProX Tree Mount is $19.99, all available on Bracketron.com. Media members interested in more information can contact Sammi Forbord at sforbord@bracketron.com.

About Bracketron

It's called the great outdoors for a reason. It's great to explore a new trail on your bike. Or reel in a 30-pound muskie on a remote lake. Or climb a canyon wall with your bare hands. And no matter what you're doing or where you're going, it's great to know you can count on Xventure to mount and protect your gear. Engineered by Bracketron, the leader in innovative mounting solutions, Xventure offers turnkey mounts and chargers for the most popular digital cameras, smart phones and GPS devices. As well as solutions for holding your other outdoor essentials, like fishing rods and cold beverages. Check out the entire line at bracketron.com/xventure.


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