Makes by Mike

Tablet Wall Mount for Amazon Fire

$31.19

The Tablet Wall Mount is a comprehensive solution for mounting your smart home automation tablet to your wall. It is the slimmest profile available on the market that adds only millimeters to the height and width of your device; ensuring a "glove-like" fit.

Makes by Mike mounts can be used in either standalone (where your tablet is powered only by its internal battery) or with our slim charging cable and power converter. Additionally, the mount enables you to hide all cables for a neater installation.

Includes:

  • Wall mount base and trim cover
  • Mounting screws and wall anchors

Requires (not included):

  • Compatible tablet
  • For continuous charging (optional)
    • Makes by Mike slim charging cable
    • Power supply
    • Power converter

Charging Options: Tablets can be continuously charged from a nearby 5v DC, 12v DC, 24/48v DC, or 120/240v AC power supply, or via a recessed USB outlet or passive POE (Power over Ethernet) cable.

For additional charging information click here.

Instructionsclick here
Converter Specifications: click here
Dimensions: click here

Note:

  • This is a custom 3D printed product
  • Compatible with Amazon Fire tablets noted above
  • Standard USB cables are not compatible with Makes by Mike mounts. For continuous charging, please select one of our charging options.

Copyright Notice: All product designs, product documentation, and listing content are owned by Makes by Mike LLC and may not be used in original or derivative form without the express written consent of Makes by Mike. All designs and listing content are @ 2020, Makes by Mike LLC.

Your tablet generation can be found in your tablets Settings app under Device Options, Device Model
Your tablet generation can be found in your tablets Settings app under Device Options, Device Model
Your tablet generation can be found in your tablets Settings app under Device Options, Device Model
White is very close to pure white, however not as bright white as a piece of paper. Black is very close to pure black. Both color options are matte finish.
Charging options include our slim charging cable with the appropriate connector for your tablet (micro USB or USB-C). "No Charging Option" assumes you'll be removing your tablet from the mount to charge it. For help in selecting the best charging option for your situation see the "Charging Option" section in the product description below.
All surface mounts come with power button and camera accessible and with standard mounting holes, unless customized.
Please choose 1 or more options

Customizations Total: $0.00

Customer Reviews

Based on 277 reviews
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(248)
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Phil Santoro
Not all good !!

While the fitment is good, once the cover is installed, you can't access the ON/OFF button with your finger

S
Steven Burnett
Perfect Fit & Easy Installation

I was swapping out an older FIRE10 for a new one. Took all of 10 minutes to complete, The mounts fit like a glove and looks great!

D
DEMETRI FELIS
Fits like a glove

The product is great, low profile and attractive. It’s exactly what I wanted.

M
Michael Runyan
Works fine.

It is not exactly intended for a location that requires security from theft. But the price was right.
The power options could include a bit more substantial USB wire from the tablet. The USB-A connector sticks out too much (too long) for mounting over a normal recessed outlet.

D
David Johnston
Love it but I have a suggestion...

The mount is well designed and works perfectly for what I wanted to do. I do have two suggestions however, not complaints...
1) It would be nice to have three sets of mounting holes. One the way it currently is and then some additional holes for a double gang box so that you can attach it using four screws if you wanted to. So a hole further out to the left and right of the existing hole on both top and bottom.
2) Once you put the gang box in the wall, the flange on the gang box that holds on to the outside of the drywall makes the mount stick off the wall a little bit which causes it to flex when the tablet it's pressed on the edges. I think the fix for this is the have a lip around the back edge perimeter of the mounting plate to fill that void. This would cause the holes for the mounting plate to be further off the wall so that when you attach it it would pull all the way up flush to the wall, if that makes sense. Every mount I've seen has this same issue. Curious to hear your thoughts on this...

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Customer Reviews

Based on 277 reviews
90%
(248)
4%
(12)
2%
(5)
2%
(5)
3%
(7)
P
Phil Santoro
Not all good !!

While the fitment is good, once the cover is installed, you can't access the ON/OFF button with your finger

S
Steven Burnett
Perfect Fit & Easy Installation

I was swapping out an older FIRE10 for a new one. Took all of 10 minutes to complete, The mounts fit like a glove and looks great!

D
DEMETRI FELIS
Fits like a glove

The product is great, low profile and attractive. It’s exactly what I wanted.

M
Michael Runyan
Works fine.

It is not exactly intended for a location that requires security from theft. But the price was right.
The power options could include a bit more substantial USB wire from the tablet. The USB-A connector sticks out too much (too long) for mounting over a normal recessed outlet.

D
David Johnston
Love it but I have a suggestion...

The mount is well designed and works perfectly for what I wanted to do. I do have two suggestions however, not complaints...
1) It would be nice to have three sets of mounting holes. One the way it currently is and then some additional holes for a double gang box so that you can attach it using four screws if you wanted to. So a hole further out to the left and right of the existing hole on both top and bottom.
2) Once you put the gang box in the wall, the flange on the gang box that holds on to the outside of the drywall makes the mount stick off the wall a little bit which causes it to flex when the tablet it's pressed on the edges. I think the fix for this is the have a lip around the back edge perimeter of the mounting plate to fill that void. This would cause the holes for the mounting plate to be further off the wall so that when you attach it it would pull all the way up flush to the wall, if that makes sense. Every mount I've seen has this same issue. Curious to hear your thoughts on this...