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Recent reviews for this item:
Keith, May 3, 2013 I have mounted this on the handlebars of a Vespa GTV 300 and there have been no issues at any speed. The screw-down locking mechanism gives me a high level of confidence that my device is secure. Highly recommended!
Pierre, April 22, 2013 Item received within 3 days under Standard.
Mario, February 1, 2013 Excellent piece of equipement. Easy installation and it
works exactly like it says it does.
Mike, October 8, 2012 I bought this to put on my ATV (YFZ 450). I tested this on
the Miller Canyon Trail in California. This mount held up
even though there were a lot of bumps and whoops. Granted
I wasn't hauling ass. just at a normal speed the mount did
not move or loose it's position setup (i.e. start to fall
forward or backward). I was skeptical at first so I would
hold the mount to give it extra support but it proved me
wrong. I have a Montana 600 which is bulky and heavy.
After this I would buy another mount or other mounts if
needed for other applications. I like how the rubber ball
takes form but resets itself so you know you will always
have a good grip. The Ram mount with the locking screw
never once got loose. I did put a lanyard as just to be
safe but from what I see, I pretty sure it didn't need it.