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Recent reviews for this item:
Scout, December 1, 2011 The OEM mounting button has to be replaced with oversized
RAM button. Cannot open battery door with RAM buttton
installed. Belt clip rotates RAM button and the screw can
fall out causing radio to become lost when using the belt
clip. Why can't they chage the clip to be like the RAM-HOL-
GA12U or RAM-HOL-GA20U so that the OEM mounting button can
Mike, July 19, 2011 I expected this cradle to fit into my Garmin bar mount (my old
cradle broke). Unfortunately it is a differ type of mount,
more permanent and not transferable from bike to atv to sled
without drilling holes in everything. Seems as though it
would be very good for it's intended purpose though.
Steve, April 19, 2011 I use these to mount a Rino to each of our jet skis. I
needed something that would withstand rigorous conditions
and so far these have not balked. They are very snug and
given their intended uses, (motorcycles, bicycles etc) it
seems to me that any mount that is not snug will fail. The
button is a little large and on one I have to remove it to
remove the batteries, but that only takes a few seconds. In
order to make it easier to remove the Rino from the cradle
one can push the Rino down in the cradle and then then pry
the top of the clip over the button - it works like a
charm. (In my case I installed this with a quick
disconnect, so I grab the radio at the top and press the
the base of the radio into my chest with one hand. This
pushes the radio down in the cradle, and then I use my free
hand to pry the cradle clip off of the button.)
I'm completely satisfied with these mounts.
Bob, December 21, 2009 Well made of good materials. Holds Rino 110 GPS securely.
However, you must remove an allen screw and the mounting
tab every time you need to change batteries. Furthermore,
due to the Garmin propensity to shut off because of
vibration, a soft, vibration absorbing mount must be
fabricated and attached to this unit if you want to mount it
on a motorcycle, bicycle or any other vibration-prone