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Recent reviews for this item:
Ryan, April 23, 2013 My GPSMAP 62sc came with the spine mount carabiner clip, so I bought this. I prefer clipping to my belt or pocket for ease of use and to keep it out of the way for work. For those who wish the spine mount on the GPS came with instructions: place the clip against the spine about half way down the spine, and then slide the clip up the spine, making sure the clip's tabs engage the spine where it widens at it's top. Slide the clip up as far as possible to lock with a solid 'click' on the spine, and check it's locked - it should take a fair effort to push the clip back down to 'un-click' and slide it back down and off the spine.
Mike, March 21, 2013 Item works great but Garmin needs to include a note on how to take it off of the GPS when you have to change batteries. I forced it off a few times before figuring it out. Luckily I didn't break anything.
yumagary, February 6, 2013 This belt clip works great. It holds the GPS firm and
stable while I walk and hike.
Yankee Wizard, January 7, 2013 I may be the one that originated this idea, and am pleased
to see that Garmin has incorporated it into their accessory
line. It's a great way to keep the unit visible, but out of
the way. I hook mine onto my belt, or onto a loop on the
shoulder strap of my backpack. It keeps the antenna
well-exposed, for best tracking and navigating, and is
easily popped off it's holder for a quick look at the
screen, whenever needed. However, I'd suggest that the
lanyard remain as part of the unit, and that it be clipped
into something with a small 'biner, just to be on the safe side.