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Recent reviews for this item:
Capt. Scott Braun, October 19, 2010 The RAM Mount Plastic Radio Belt Clip is the ticket!! It’s
wide enough (2 7/16”) for both of my Motorola walkies (both
having belt clips attached to the battery). I attached the
screw mount to the side of my console in my cruiser and now
put my walkies on that instead of the passenger seat to
slide all over.
AP, September 2, 2010 I bought this to hold an iCom A6/A14 radio and when i
received it, i was surprised!
There is nothing on this mount to make it specific to the
radio i bought it for. It is basically a generic mount large
enough to fit anything that fits inside it. What's worse is
that there is nothing at the base of the mount to keep the
radio (or whatever you put in there) from slipping downward,
due to vibration or landing. I was expecting a mount that
uses the iCom's belt-clip screws to keep in place and that
also fits better (this is one is wider than the radio). I
guess i expected too much, or at least something more
specific. Having said that, you can make this work on
your own - i used velcro on the back (and sides to close the
gap) and then a plastic cable-tie to keep it in place. The
disadvantage to this set up is that the mount is relatively)
permanently attached to the radio and you cannot easily
replace the battery - so i am using the a recharging one
rather than the AA-battery holder.
Other than that, the base and mount are light-weight,
strong, and stay in place in flight and after landings.
I would recommend this, as long as you know what you are
getting and if there is nothing else that would better fit
your intended application.