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Recent reviews for this item:
Anon, March 4, 2013 Mounted this on my snowmobile and it seems to stay put. I was a bit worried about the plastic breaking in the cold, but so far it has been fine.
snowcap, December 3, 2012 I have one of these from GPS city on my 2007 snowmobile and
bought this one for my 2012, cradle has never failed me and
is well made, the order was filled and shipped right away,
in fact I believe I received it in Winnipeg the next day.
Ron, September 26, 2012 Did the job as I expected it to.
Pylet, September 6, 2012 I purchased this mount, along with the suction cup, short
arm to mount to the side of my front windshield of my
The unit is positioned so it does not interfere with the
control wheel and only blocks off a small portion of the
panel where the clock is located.
The unit has a clear view of the sky, the blinking lights
of the SPOT Messenger are visible, the suction cup mount is
quite sturdy and holds the unit firmly even in some heavy
I've used the mount w/SPOT on a couple of cross Canada
trips in my airplane and car and find it easy to position
I have digital pics of the unit mounted in the airplane if
anyone wants to see how/where it is mounted.