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Recent reviews for this item:
Hank, February 11, 2013 Works very on my V-Strom motorcucle. Mounted dead center clears all cables etc. GPS unit easy to remove and mount.
Diane, July 10, 2012 Bought one of these to try, and after bicycling over 30 km
with it in one day, it proved stable and easy to remove /
insert the GPS unit. I quickly purchased a 2nd one for my
Eeffoc, May 15, 2012 I've got this mounted to my bike with no problems. Install was
easy. This holds the GPS very securely and it is easy to
insert and remove the GPS.
This works great, I'm glad I got it.
Gizmoman, March 20, 2012 This mount works fine and feels secure. It allows the unit
to be rotated to face different directions (not sure why
you'd need to do that.) It also comes with an angled
rubber piece that allows mounting to the curved part of the
However, the mount is nearly double the cost of the Garmin
Handlebar Mount for Handhelds, and it is much more bulky.
It also ties up a RAM cradle with an adapter that won't
work with any of the RAM ball mounts. (You'd have to
unscrew it.) For this reason the mount is not adjustable
(tilt, angle, loction, etc) like other RAM mounting setups.
The product works fine, but seems overly complicated given
the lack of adjustents and is double the price of the
Garmin unit. It offers no real additional advantage over
the Gamin unit which utilizes the built-in mount on the
back of the Oregon.