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Recent reviews for this item:
darren, October 2, 2012 seems like a quality product. can't see any reason for this
breaking like in some other reviews, unless you're literally
launching it around in the interior of the vehicle. had no
problems with suction to the windshield.
Paul, August 7, 2012 It work very good for me , I have it mount on my boat . It
stays on very good with suction mount , even in rough
water . Then I will be using it on my snowmoble this winter.
Luc F., November 3, 2011 I now have my Oregon 550 open all the time with the 12 volt
cig plug in.The best way to learn and understand any GPS,
is to have it switch on any time.
For the base mount,I used and adapt velcro's to the
components inclued.This way I can transfer the mount from
the pick up to the car.
Note that melt glue is also an option for semi permanent
Sorry for my english!
James, May 31, 2011 Bought this mainly to get the 'socket' adapter. This is
the part that connects to the unit via the mouting spine on
the back of several Garmin handhelds - in my case the
GPSMap 62st - which then mounts to the actual 'ball' on the
mount's gooseneck. All these garmin ball-and-socket mounts
appear to be interchangeable. In my case, I already have
the beanbag dashboard mount ('Portable Friction Mount' in
Garmin-speak), p/n 010-10908-02. I use this mostly with a
Nuvi, but want to be able to use it as well with the 62st.
Works like a charm... the rest of the 'Autonav Kit' will
join the rest of my growing collection of unused Garmin
accessory parts. (Who the heck is going to stick that
round mounting donut on the dash of their Mercedes?)