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Recent reviews for this item:
Spinnaker_Girl, May 10, 2013 Mount has sturdy construction. The suction cup, while easy to move, has an amazing ability to stick to the old gelcoat on my sailboat's bulkhead despite the best efforts of my big dog and many sheets & halyards to dislodge it. I still keep a safety lanyard on in just in case. Handily enough, it also sticks to the leather-like surface inside the boat where I store it when I'm not underway, which I did not expect. I thought the little creases and crevices would break the suction, but it doesn't. The arm is stiff enough to hold the GPS in position, even while I poke at the buttons. The mount has a good grip on the GPS itself. We use it on the race boat as well. Good service from GPS City. Really pleased.
PilotDan, April 7, 2011 I bought this mount for my truck. Works very well on the
window, but tried to stick it to other materials like
dashboard, beside the radio or even inside the cup holder,
but did not stick in those places.
A few days after buying it, something unexpected happenned
to me when trying to fix the position of the Gooseneck.
The small plastic part fixed between the Gooseneck and
screwed to the GPS mount detached from the Gooseneck. (The
Goose metal rod pop out of the small plastic part.
I believe it's broken and should not have happened.
Nevertheless it works well for me, as I can now use the
same GPS mount on an other mount fixed on my motorcycle
without having to screw and unscrew the small plactic part
everytimes, as there is room for two plastic parts behind
the GPS mount. (My other Ram system is a ball attached to
my handle bar so it's now very easy to fixe on my
motorcycle whithout having the long Gooseneck hanging in
the back of the mount.)
In conclusion, a ball socket at the end of the Gooseneck
would probably be stronger and for sure much more usefull
in order to interchanges the same GPS mount with other RAM
FlyGirl, September 1, 2009 I bought this mount so I could use my Garmin in the glider.
I have a yoke mount for the Cessna but it doesn't work for
the stick control in the glider. The suction cup affixed
easily to the inside of the canopy & I could position the
arm to where I want it. The arm held the GPS securely in
place & it did not move or bend when I scrolled through the
pages. A great buy!
Peter. JIB Set Sailing Club., April 30, 2009 First, GPS City's service was fast and efficient.
The suction cup mount is very secure on clean
jelcoat. The bracket fits the 76Cx perfectly. The
flex arm absorbs the knocks it inevitably gets in
the cockpit of a small boat whereas the rigid
bracket would resist and the unit would detach.