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Recent reviews for this item:
Wags, April 14, 2012 works great. Easy install and removal if your don't want
to leave it on. Very afforadable.
Bert, July 31, 2011 Not much to say other than it just works!
Tjp, April 18, 2011 Contrary to what RAM markets this as, it is the same mount
as the original iPhone (2G) so it is not customized for the
iPhone 4. Under _Extreme_ bumps the excess play can cause
the iPhone 4 to leave the mount, and the slightest bump on
the release can have the same affect. So I don't recommend
using this on a motorcycle. Ram technical support verified
the part is the same part, and they offered to exchange my
mount for another identical mount. If you do use this on a
motorcycle, I suggest a wide elastic band at the top and
bottom of the phone, and grinding down the release lever to
the minimum you feel comfortable with. I also but a thin
piece of foam (3/32 inch) behind the phone to remove the
play. RAM should have made the "ears" at the bottom bigger
and done a custom mount for the contours of the case. This
is just a inexcusable thing to do, and then list it as two
different part numbers to create the illusion it is made for
the iPhone 4. I have moved to an enclosed case (also weather
tight, so bonus) with a membrane cover over the iPhone, and
then used the small round plate mount and three stainless
steel flush mount machine screws counter sunk into the back
plastic (and glued in place with an additional smooth layer
of filler plastic cement so they are more or less
permanently mounted) then aircraft acorn nuts (closed on one
side with a nylon nut captured in the stainless "acorn")
along with a nylon washer. This is a positive containment
for the phone and I can still operate the touch display
without removing the phone. Just removing one glove for the
time being, but there is a solution to that too.
Dinie, November 1, 2010 RAM mount was easy to install and is
really sturdy. However, shipping to
Singapore was overpriced and the paint
was flaking off at one part of the
diamond base plate. Also, there was a
noticeable gap on the x-axis of the
cradle. So i wouldn't recommend this
moount if you're gonna take videos with