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Recent reviews for this item:
wanetor, April 6, 2013 the cradle did not come as pictured in ad. You still have to buy the docking cradle from someone to fit into the cradle for 19.95$
Well i think i will buy my new Motorcycle GPS somewhere else
tblayze, February 17, 2012 GPSCity is excellent.
DocDITTo, November 23, 2011 Unlike other RAM GPS cradles I own, this one actually
combines with the stock Garmin cradle to provide power to
the GPS. You don't have to use the stock cradle, but it if
you want to use the "locate my car" feature of this GPS, you
need to remove the GPS from the Garmin factory cradle --
which is why RAM allows you to seat it in the Garmin cradle
to begin with. I find that removing the GPS from the RAM
and Garmin cradles is more trouble than it's worth, so I
just keep it in them and use a RAM Ezy-Mount (part #RAP-326)
to take both cradles and the GPS off my windshield mount in
one easy step. Snapping the Garmin mount into the RAM mount
required a bit of force, so I wouldn't recommend removing it
and inserting it often. It's best inserted once and left
alone. You don't NEED to use the Garmin mount with the RAM
mount, as the RAM allows you access to the GPS's bottom
micro USB connector. (The Garmin mount uses a slightly
larger rear-facing Mini USB connector for some odd reason)
It's strange the way Garmin did the power on this GPS model,
but that's not RAM's problem. RAM worked around the Garmin
oddness as best they could, and they did a fine job.
Bill, October 27, 2011 Mounted it on my motorcycle. Positioned perfectly to easily
read. I have several of these RAM mounts and all have been top
quality and rugged.