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Steering Wheel Keyboard Holder

Company: StacoSwitch

October 01, 2007


The StacoSwitch SWKH-UA keyboard holder works on virtually all vehicles with a tilt steering wheel. It is flat, small, light, positioned under the airbag, and can be used without obstructing the horn. With this product, police officers are able to remain in their vehicles while working and are still able to keep their field of vision focused in front of them while typing. The compact size allows for easy storage and quick removal in case of emergency.

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