It was a perfect match for BMW 700/800 GS windshield brackets, BMW R 1200GS Adventure Original GARMIN Navigator Base and Honda CRF 1000L Africa. Twin CRF 1000L. It is shockproof and easy to install. It is easy to install a mobile phone into brackets. Compared to other brackets, turning off the phone or volume won't happen. The materials used are not easy to age.
👤This is a great solution for my car. You pop the cover plate off. I'm guessing you can take the Navigator mount off and install this, since it comes with an extra bracket. I just plugged it in and it was all I had to do. It fits right in. I had to apply some pressure to get the bottom in the grooves, but it locked in. The biggest con is that it's a little heavy and you have to mount your phone on top of it. So. Yes... This can be slimmed down quite a bit. If I angle this too low it blocks the view of the top of the RPM gauge, because I don't have a display on my GS. I think it would be better with the new displays. The solution is to change the navigator brackets. I was able to see my phone and full gauge cluster without the mount facing a ridiculous high angle. I wanted it to hold my phone where the stock gps would be, and have two workingusb ports in case I need to charge my phone, and I can do so without needing to plug in to the aux plug. The cost is the same as a Ram mount setup, and I prefer this on my R1200GS as it keeps the bike looking cleaner and has my phone's navigation in perfect view. I knew when I bought this that it was more than double the cost, and I had seen similar mounts on Amazon before. This was a victory. I don't see a need to pay more as the other products look the same. If you have a GS and are looking for a similar solution, this product is worth a try.
👤It's a great product to use with your smart phone for a lot of things. The phone is always charging is a plus. You should get the Sena 20 for your helmet because it will allow you to use hands-free voice commands and not look at your phone while riding. I have to remember to turn my phone back up before I ride off because the spring loaded latch on the cradle turns my volume all the way down. Turn off the auto lock on your phone so you don't get distracted. This review will help you with your purchase.
👤The item arrived yesterday. It works perfectly on the bike. I put my phone in a snug case and it seems to hold it well. The short cable that was supplied would not stay plugged into the phone. I'm ordering a cable from Amazon Basic. I believe this one will stay plugged in.
👤After 6 months of use, this unit has come apart and left me very dissatisfied. The hardware is not shirring so it is the bad. The spring mechanism keeps your phone in place. The plugs on the ports have both broken. I think they can't handle the road noise. The main reason for this purchase was the ability to hold your phone and charge at the same time. It will hold your phone in place. I only had one instance where it cracked my phone. If I used that phone for anything other than navigation, I would be upset, but I wouldn't complain because I was off road and on a washboard road. I really wanted to like this product and have taken it on multiple 400 mile trips but I can't hide the fact that after 6 months of use it's now just a phone holder I can use my ram mount for that.
The display is built rugged and passed the military standard for drop test. You can get spoken turn-by-turn directions through your connected helmet or headset. Direct-to-device downloads and no annual subscription are available for BirdsEye Satellite Imagery. There are options for riding on curvy or hilly roads. You can easily manage and review routes, tracks, and waypoints with the help of a navigator. You can record your route with the track recorder and save it for future adventures. You can access live traffic and weather, share routes with other riders, and get phone notifications with the Garmin Drive app.
👤I don't know how many gpss I have used on a motorcycle. I think it's around 10. The motorcycle specific Gps are the first I have tried and they are too small for my liking. I have had it for about a year. My actual use has been limited because of the lack of appeal to ride in our Florida heat and humidity. There are a few observations about the screen. Even in direct sunlight, it is bright and readable. It's better than any of the previous ones I've used. Big plus! The data fields are easy to read, and the speed indicator glows red when you are speeding. The screen on the gps is glove friendly. Maybe this year I will be able to escape from Florida. The screen is a perfect size. The last 3 gpss I used were massive trucks. Big, easy to read, and extremely competent, but bulky. The larger, dimmer screen on the others is not as bright as the brighter screen on this, and the smaller overall size fits into the dash area better. Another plus. The Zumo is impervious to rain. The automotive/truckGPSs I have been using were not up to date. It's nice to no longer worry about the gps getting wet. The standard 1” ball mount was used for the gps. There is no need for special cradles or adapters. I decided to use the previously installed Ram ball and a 6” arm I already had in a big box of extra Ram stuff instead of using the bar mount and arm. The included dock/mount seems to hold the gps in place. You can remove the gps in a split second if you push a button on the back. The cable stays with the mount. The rubber cover for the contacts is included when the gps is not installed. Installation is very fast. Simply clip it back on. It's great if you have a place to securely store the gps. Some people may think that a thief can push the same button and walk away with your gps. The wiring was easy to follow. You need a negative and positive wire. I don't have to worry about messing with the gps because my car is wired to a hot-all-the-time circuit. The map retains detail when you zoom in, which is something I believe will make this gps more useful than any of the newer gpss I have used. I don't follow a pre-determined route on the bike. On the bike, I usually wing it, with only a general idea of where I'm headed, using the gps more as an electronic road atlas than just blindly following a route. You can still see the secondary roads with the map detail turned all the way up. Secondary roads are usually disabled above.3 or.500 miles. If you want to know where that little road you are thinking of exploring goes to, you might be able to see by zooming out, instead of having to scroll around and lose perspective. I prefer to adjust the zoom level myself when underway. The auto zoom seems to work at a useful level so far. I will try it. Time will tell... I just set it manually because I got tired of it zooming in and out on it's own. For the first year that I had this gps, I had a problem with how it handled points of interest. For the uninitiated and non-geeks, custom points of interest are lists of locations that may be of interest to you that would not normally be included with a gps's factory installed POIs. They can be a collection of stores or a collection of stores. The lists can be downloaded from a website, or you can make your own if you want to. The custom POIs were only accessible by digging into the menu system on the Zumo XT. A top level search didn't include custom POIs. I could live with that, but the worst thing for me was that there was no way to make the custom POI icons on the map. It's always nice to look at the map and see if one is close to something. The unit started showing custom POIs after the system update. "Up ahead" in the map settings menu must be checked to show your POIs. This will show the system icons for fuel, restaurants, and motorcycle related POIs, and it can make the screen a little busy, but hey, I'll take it. Speaking of POIs. I have found the pre-loaded POIs to be very inaccurate and frustrating to use. They have sent me on wild goose chases to businesses that were either notexistent or somewhere else. A big deal in a large RV is a frustrating annoyance on a motorcycle. Because of this, I stopped using Garmin's POIs a couple of years ago and now use other alternatives when searching for food, fuel, or anything else. Really? They could be better now. I don't know. I have been burned so many times that it will be a while before I try to use them again. I let the gps show me the nearest gas station for the first time since I owned it, against my better judgement. We went after it was shown to be close to us. I passed a gas station on the way that the gps didn't know about, and it took me about 5 blocks further up the street to a run down old building that was probably a gas station in a previous life. We were checking out an RV park for a future trip later that day, and I let the gps search for nearby RV parks on my phone. It didn't know that the RV park was established. The bottom line. If you need to find a place, don't use the POIs. You can enter the address into the gps by searching for it on your cell phone. The weather radar is connected to your phone through a wireless connection. I haven't had any showers that chase me around yet, but it all seems to work if you have a good wireless data signal. This feature is really cool. I have only used it for short trips, but if it's like any of my other current ones, they will find the address and you can be pretty confident they will get you there eventually, but will also sometimes choose strange routes. Always take a quick look at the proposed route, and always choose common sense over what a gps tells you. This thing is expensive. It's very expensive. It is the most expensive non-marine gps I have ever purchased. I would buy it again in a second. I still think it's great and would not want to be without it. As time goes on, I will probably update this review.
The bike phone holder won't flip down or wiggle around if the anti-slip hard rubber added to the handlebar clip is used. The ball-joint part used high density materials to prevent it from breaking. The arms are made of metal and will not break like the plastic ones. You can ride 60mph on the bumpy road with a red high-speed switch. The backplate and 4 corners are padded with anti-scratch silicone, which is very shakeproof and has great cushion for rough roads. Even a school child could install the bike phone holder on the handlebars quickly. The bicycle phone mount will hold your phone firmly if you push the top. Push the top to release it. All with one hand. The view-angle can be adjusted. You can use it on your ATV, scooter, stroller, and peloton. The phone is from 7 to 7” in thickness and supports the following: iPhone 12 Pro Max, 12 Pro, 12 Mini, SE 2020, 11 Pro Max, 11 Pro, 11, Xr, Xs, Xs Max, X, 8 Plus, 8, 7 Plus. The newest version has solved the problem of ball-jolt part breaking. 2 years warranty is offered. If there is a question or problem, please contact them first. They will try to give you a solution.
👤I think I had a bad product but the supplier replaced it for absolutely no cost. I have used the replacement on my motorcycle many times without any problems. If I'm going somewhere I haven't been to before, I use the phone mount most times, and I really recommend it. They have pulled through and I really like the product, so I'm leaving the original review. This product looks good and the way it holds the phone is innovative. The plastic ring that holds the phone in the handlebar mount is very fragile and broke the second time I used it. I was stopped by a cop before riding away. I didn't misplace my phone. It was just luck. You should avoid this phone if you like it.
👤Don't buy. I want a full refund after I purchased a purchase on August 21st. The mount on my Honda PCX 150 broke while I was riding it. I was able to get to my new S21 Ultra after it was repeatedly run over. The mount was secured tightly. The plastic ball is cheap. Do not buy unless you want a broken phone.
👤This is a great product. I put it on my motorcycle. My phone was secured throughout my ride. It's fairly easy to setup and install. Attach the ball to the sockets and put it on the bike. I was glad I found it.
👤I like the phone holder. It holds my phone. I lost my phone while riding and needed something sturdy. Very happy with it. The wish holder that went on handle bars was larger than the one that didn't move at all. I haven't been on the freeway yet, but will test it out soon.
👤I love the short english version. The best phone holder. Es version resumida en espaol. He comprado, estable, seguro, and super estable. Al ver por primera. La parte donde is real. No es capaz a la totalidad, a la bicicleta... Ahora estoy consiente de videos that are public, pero una parte de nervios. No hubo de inestabilidad, pero a seguimiento por un camino de bicicletas. I recorrer ya las calles de la ciudad, incluye zonas bastantes desgastadas. Ahora, tengo mas de dos semanas usandolo. No, he tenido ningn problema con su con el agarre al manubrio, ocasionalmente intento ajustarlo. El teléfono y sacarlo no tienen exactos, pero en menos de una semana ya encontre una tecnica "Perfecta". The Sanosan Customer Service Team me escribi en un par de ocasiones. Preguntndome, tiene un producto llego en buen, con mis necesidades. Tarde porque primero quera comprobar el producto. It was a compaia.
👤I'm using a folding e bike. I can remove it or install it back on the handlebars in a few seconds. The otterbox case is easy to fit in my big phone. The thick plastic seems to be more durable than thinner options. It's very easy to get the phone out. Some reviewers say the ball breaks off. I can't imagine that happening unless you try to move it around with the ball loosened down. If you want to move the ball around, loosen the tension on the ball. Trying to force the phone mount to a different angle while the ball is tightened is just asking to break something. It should last as long as you need it to.
The 17mm is 0.67''. The ball handlebar mount has a diameter of 1.26''. It is tool-free and easy to install or remove. The rubber ring inserts give the set a snug fit and protect the mounting surface. The rubber ring pads have a diameter. The mount ball base uses rubber-insert and locknuts to prevent high vibration for mounting to motorcycle and bike handlebars as well as other round rails within the stated dimensions. The handlebar ball mount is made of aluminum and is reliable in demanding environments. The ball has anti-slip performance. Only compatible with 17mm. The ball sockets have mounting pattern brackets. Not compatible with the ball sockets. Works for the Nuvi and Drivesmart devices. Also works for phone mounts for motorcycles, as well as for RAM Mounts. It's suitable for installation on bike, bicycle, motorcycle, stroller, mountain bike, dirt bike, trek bike, road bike, golf cart, electric scooter, ATV, etc.
👤I tried to pull the mount off the ball, but it didn't feel any wind or see any miles, but I will update if the mount does.
👤Me parece increble incluso, soporta el iPad Pro de 12.9 con mucha facilidad.
👤Works with a golf cart. The handle bar is nearly perfect in diameter. I use it to setup a mount.
The mounting system protects your motorcycle gps with a specialized mount. The mount is easy to install and protects against drops. The Techgripper is the most secure and attractive mounting system for personal devices. The Gripping Power is 18 pounds per square inch and the claws spread as far as 4.3 inches, allowing you to mount all models of cell phones and/or smartphones while even in a case. The cell phone holder portion is injection molded using Delrin Acetel and a steel spring mechanism. Their mounting systems are waterproof and heat resistant. You can mount your portable device on motorcycles, snowmobiles, ATV's, UTV's and other power sport vehicles with the universal motorcycle handlebar mounting system. Mount can fit through any of the tubular handlebars. The mounting system is made in the USA through their patented process using high quality aircraft grade aluminum making it more lightweight, better looking, and more durable. All of their mounts have different accessories. The mounting system is made in the USA through their patented process using high quality aircraft grade aluminum making it more lightweight, better looking, and more durable. All of their mounts have different accessories.
👤This is a great product. It is easy to install and use. There is no vibration damper. The rear camera of my phone was destroyed after 3 rides on my new bike. This is not an issue with the phone holder, it happens because of my handlebars. I'm past the return window for this item because my phone is out of warranty. I will replace my camera with an iPod touch and use the mount for directions and music. Don't blame the manufacturer, just be aware. I've sent them an email to see if there will be a damper upgrade like the QuadLock. There has been no response so far. I really like this mount, but I hope they do.
👤Quality control could be improved on the Techmount Techgripper. The control mount kit was packaged with the Techgripper when it arrived. The package was marked as a handlebar mount, but it contained the wrong product configuration. Everything in the package looked good, and was consistent with the photos online. I returned it for a new one and it was shipped to me quickly. When it comes to ordering online, the replacement had some surprises in store. The rubber pad has an American flag design, which is necessary for the proper function of the mount. This is different from the photos or the first product I received. Techmount offers both chrome and black versions of the rubber pad, so I would prefer a black one. I don't think the original red pad with their logo on it is great, but I think it's less objectionable than seeing the US flag reduced to a commercial trinket. My issues didn't stop there. I found that the rubber pad in question was not fully affixed, as though an insufficient amount of glue was used to apply it. I re-glued it myself because I didn't have time to wait for a third shipment and I had only one product on hand. I wouldn't have had to do this myself if Techmount had made it right. The ink-jet markings applied by the material manufacturer are still visible on one part of the product, which appears to be made from a high-quality resin such as Delrin. The function of the product is not affected by this, but it is indicative of Techmount's lack of attention to detail.
👤I am impressed. It's expensive. You get what you pay for. A device that holds your $800 smart phone is not one of the things you can skimp on. Techmount looks great even when there is no phone. It's easy to mount and hold on to handle bars. There are a couple things to note. I only have 10 miles on my bike with the mount holding my phone. After my next road trip, I will update this review. I can pull my phone downward after putting it in the mount. I was skeptical that it wouldn't slide down over time because of the normal sound of my older Harley. It's held completely and my phone doesn't budge. 3. The Techmount large plastic screw that tightens it to the ball may have a chance of being overtightened. No issues have been reported so far. I will keep an eye on it. The phone is held firmly without moving even with pot holes and normal bike vibes. If I change my phone, it won't be a problem.
The mobile phone holder is universal. For the iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone 6/7/8, iPhone 6/7/8 Plus. S9 is on. For Honda F5 CBR650F VFR 1200, it's a fit for most motorcycles. For the Kawasaki ZX600 NINJA. Two ways to install a motorcycle fork stem mount and rear-view mirror poles are available, as well as a sealed design with a switch and waterproof cap to make riding in the rain easier. It's easy to install and it takes a few minutes. The Triple Tree Stem Yoke Center hole has a 1.5 cm-2 cm hole. The method of expansion was used.
👤Comes with two pieces. One is too small and won't fit when tightened all the way. The other one is too big for the smallest setting. Does not fit a GSXR. I had to use a mallet to get the larger fitting in place. It damaged my fork and was the whole way down. It won't come back out. It's going to fall off with my phone one day. Don't buy a piece of trash. How does it not fit in the middle of a standard sport bike? I have a road trip tomorrow and didn't have time to try another type so I had to force it. Awesome. Garbage.
👤It works great. I brought my Honda 650f 2016 to the dealer and they installed it and took it out for a long ride and I love it. I don't like the rubber strap, it doesn't seem to fit properly, and I feel like it's a must have. I had to force it. I feel like it will rip because of the constant pressure on it with how it is on and as soon as it gets weathered, I will have to replace it. There is a switch inside the port that will turn it off when the battery is not being used.
👤This doesn't fit Hayabusa! The metal sleeves are too large. I had to remove the metal sleeve and replace it with a plastic tube that was the same length. The holder has a play of about 15 degrees. I don't know what the point is. If you are willing to modify it, it is a solid mount. It can be connected to your battery, but it is not a wireless charging device.
👤This is a cheaper replica of the phone mount. It is easy to install and even has an alternate clip. The dual pivot allows you to adjust the height and angle with one screw. They send you four more because it has nice rubber grips at the end. It comes with a rubber cover that goes over the phone and around the four grips to help keep it secure. The cover is recommended by me. I lost my phone. I used the product for several weeks and it worked without any issues. My guess is that the phone vibrated off because I didn't set it far enough into the grips. I think an expensive lesson was learned. The mount is better suited for phones that don't have a case.
👤It works as it should. I like this one because it has a shut off switch so it doesn't drain your battery. I am not very tech savvy. I was able to install it myself. You can charge while you ride or while your bike is off. Great product.
👤There were a few different fitting on the mount. It would fit a Yamaha fork stem, but it didn't. I had to grind down the nut to get it to fit into the fork stem and then use a rubber mallet to hammer it in, but it has been ok up to now. It holds my phone in a secure position. It has worked every time I have used it, even though I haven't used it a lot. It is an ok mount, aside from the fitment issue. It does what it is supposed to do. I received one. Some are built better than others. You get what you pay for. I will admit that it is ok for the money. If you can afford a better mount, go for it.
The phone holder mount is not compatible with the 12MM roll bar. The three-sided clip keeps the phone safe and stably mounted. The phone doesn't move on rough roads. The R1200GS motorcycle phone holder has ausb charge to keep your devices charged when you need them. Don't worry about your cell phone/GPS power off again while riding. The motorcycle phone mount is made of excellent plastic. The phone holder has a waterproof cover on the port. There is a gap between the phone mount and the button on the side of the phone. It protects the phone by avoiding the squeeze of the side buttons.
👤The phone is held in place by the device that holds it in place. The volume on the phone goes to zero as soon as I put it in. It looks like a good product.
👤I connected the charging cable to the BMW motorcycle navigation cradle. The phone doesn't charge when you turn the bike ignition on. Unless the seller can provide a solution, I will be returning this.
👤Excellent product. Installation is very easy and fits BMW. It charges the phone well. It requires two hands to attach and detach the phone, but would work well for any phone with a width or narrower.
👤I bought this to use with my phone. I have a slim clear case on my phone and when I put it in the mount the spring loaded arm on the bottom hits the volume button, turning the sound off. It doesn't work for what I need.
👤The gps hole is too small for a modern large phone to fit in this space. They have others with a bigger spacer that will make the phone sit out of the original cubby.
👤It works as expected. It took a few seconds to install it in the gps mount. The phone is sturdy. Makes life better.
👤The seller described the holder. I had used theusb charging device in heavy rain and it worked well. Someone broke a similar unit during a robbery attempt, so I bought a new one. It is a very good value.
👤Buen producto. Encaja perfectamente, en el soporte original del gps. Tiene un grosor aceptable. No requiere mayores instalaciones.
The 888-405-7720 The bolt spacing for most Harley's, Metric, and Indian Cruisers is between 28mm - 46mm (1.10" - 1.8") and includes American hardware and metric hardware. The phone company has a phone policy. The motorcyle perch mount is compatible with all of the mountable phone cases. Can also use the universal accessory. It installs in minutes. It keeps your phone secure. Their patented Quad Tab Twist Lock system ensures maximum security and safety. Provides -20. To +55 degree tilt. The aircraft is aLUMINUM CONSTRUCTION. It is made of military-grade aluminum with all STAINLESS steel hardware to stand up to years of daily use and abuse. They offer a 2-year warranty on their entire catalog, along with 5-star customer support. Let them know if you have any issues with your purchase and they will fix it.
👤I own two motorcycles. One is a bagger and the other is a soft tail. I wanted a phone mount that would not let my phone get lost or damaged. The mounting of the case to the phone is better than my previous case. I bought a magnet that can be used in my car. It works great. My wife wants the same system for her phone as the one I have. I give the Rokform products 5 stars and nothing else. I had a mounting issue when I received the first Rokform mount. I removed the original two attaching bolts and the brackets that hold the Master Cylinder and Front Brake assembly. There was a lot of thread to hold the assembly in place on the handlebars, as the bolts protruded from the half brackets. Attached is a photo. I used the longer furnished bolts from Rokform to assemble the parts in my hand. The bolts in the kit were extended through the half brackets with barely a third of the bolt sticking out. The bolt is finished with a black non-corrosive finish and uses a countersunk head. I sent the photos to Rokform. The first photo shows how short the bolts were. The attaching aluminum master cylinder and brake assembly would be stripped out and an expensive repair would be needed. The second picture shows the bolt length and how long the thread engagement is. I got a reply from Rokform very quickly. I told you that you needed two longer bolts of the same thread and that the black finish wouldn't rust. The person I spoke with was the one who forwarded me to the technical person at Rokform. I sent in the same photos that he and I spoke about. The issue is obvious. Bolts were too short. I dealt with this guy for a week as he went to the area Harley dealer to look at new bikes and find out what I had been complaining about. After a week, I got tired of waiting and dealing with this guy. I called around to an area supply and asked if they had a bolt that was the correct length. They did as expected. I bought two there. I was contacted by the guy at Rokform who told me he couldn't verify my issue on any new Harley at the dealership he went to. I told him that I got it resolved by taking my time and buying two bolts of the correct length. I conveyed my disgust with him and the deal to get two longer bolts. He told me he would give me longer bolts and they arrived a few days later. I like the phone mount. So much. I bought a new one for my Harley. I keep that bike in Florida so I haven't installed it yet. I have bolts long enough to adequately secure it if there is a bolt length issue. I don't understand why I had to prove my complaint to the guy. I assumed that Rokform would give me without issues. I think that the phone mount kit should have multiple length bolts in it. I bought a cup holder that is a perch mount and mounts on the handlebars. It had four sets of bolts. Standard thread and metric thread were used. The cup holder kit was expensive and the phone mount was not cheap. I bought a second Rokform mount and plan to give one to my son for one of his Harleys. On the customer service end, Rokform came through. I don't understand why a simple issue took so long to be discussed. I believe that I was the only one who removed the half brackets to install their perch mount. They think you can remove one bolt and assemble the phone mount with their furnished hardware. I have learned to trust no one but God. Had I not checked the length of the bolts, they could have pulled the threads out of the Harley Brake Master Cylinder assembly. The cost of repair would have been on me. I could have just gotten the bolts and fixed the issue. I wanted Rokform to be aware of the issue. We have to help each other in this forum by giving advice. The Rokform Phone mount is an excellent product. If you buy the Rokform perch mount design, make sure the bolts are long enough to secure it as the original manufacturers bolts. Hope this was worthwhile for you to read.
The 17mm is 0.67''. The ball handlebar mount has a diameter of 1.26''. The rubber ring inserts give the set a snug fit and protect the mounting surface. The rubber ring pads have a diameter. The mount ball base uses rubber-insert and locknuts to prevent high vibration for mounting to motorcycle and bike handlebars as well as other round rails within the stated dimensions. The handlebar ball mount is made of aluminum and is reliable in demanding environments. The ball has anti-slip performance. Work for devices with a 17mm ball mounting pattern. Not compatible with the ball sockets. Works for the Nuvi and Drivesmart devices. Also works for the motorcycle bike phone mount holder. The ball mount is suitable for installation on a variety of bikes, including bike, motorcycle, stroller, mountain bike, dirt bike, trek bike, road bike, golf cart, electric scooter, ATV, etc.
👤I was looking for something that could be moved or swapped out for a Nuvi device, so I was looking for something that could hold a Zumo gps to my motorcycle's handlebar. I'd been looking for a 17mm ball mount with the right combination of sturdy and compact. The portion that holds the spacers is very strong. The ball is so firm that it doesn't slip holding the weight of the motorcycle mount.
👤I have a motorcycle accessory bar. The product is of good quality. The ball is a bit oversized and has a textured finish which makes it hard to install without sanding down the ball a bit. Most accessory brackets don't play well with textured surfaces. It has broken two brackets without a lot of sanding.
👤The ASIN B00CMLX1NS (ARKON SP-SBH-KIT-CAM Tightening Ring and Camera Head Adapter Kit) is a great accessory for a bike camera mount. I don't understand why someone doesn't package them together. Very happy.
👤Quality item doesn't suit my needs.
It's easy to juggle when you have a comfortable hand grip. Sunshade is where the Integral was built. Well made case with waterproof zip. There is a cable port on the bottom edge. The internal dimensions are 6.3 x 3.75 x 1.5. The mount has a ball. The mount has a ball.
👤It was easy to install, cover my gps, and with the gps inside the case pushing the different screens is still easy. The plastic screen works well and I was a bit wary of being able to see the screen through it. It doesn't shade it all the time, but with the big visor it is easy to see good when you put your hand over part of it. I need to open the case to turn the gps on and off. The mount of the gps is plastic and you can only tighten it so much.
👤My Tom Go is perfect. It's easy to install. While riding, remains stable. Ignore the screen on the gps and the lighting in my garage. I have two of these, the 4.3" and the 6. The mount reduces the 'glare' issue almost completely. The gps is dry in wet weather. They are mounted on Harleys. I have no issues with the mounts remaining stable.
👤The case tends to fall when mounted on my motorcycle handlebars. I am afraid of tightening it to where it might snap because it doesn't stay tight. On rainy days, clear plastic fogs up and can't read the screen. I can't see my screen on bright sunny days. The side shade panels don't fit my phone.
👤Works great with my navigation device. The cover has a touch screen. There is some room left. I'm only 2 out of 3. The sun shade works well.
👤Well thought-out and well-built. I wish the plastic screen cover was more resistant to glare. The screen is not usable if the sun is over my shoulder. I know there are no perfect conditions outdoors, but I think it would help some. Still, a good purchase.
👤The product was exactly what we were looking for. We don't have to use the gps at all, just tap the plastic on the cover and it will work for us. It has held up well on very rough trails. The waterproof feature is needed on the atv trails.
👤The sun doesn't always cooperate with the direction traveled, so it's important to have a visor. I can use the touch screen through the different thickness pads that keep the screen up against the cover. The rain doesn't intrude if the zippers are down. I washed it and it stayed dry. Without a windshield, using on a XLH1200C.
👤Put it on my motorcycle. It works well. You have to check out the onscreen directions from time to time because you can't hear the audio directions. The connection seems strong. I'm very happy with the purchase.
👤I didn't want to spend a lot of money on a motorbike, and my cars already have Sat Nav, so my old Nuvi 255W was just getting dust. I didn't have enough room to fit the unit on my handlebars. I made a piece of furniture and fitted it to my bike. It runs well and can be controlled through a gloved hand, see the video. I use the bike for pleasure and it's unlikely that I'll put it to the test, but if I am unlucky I'll let you know.
100% waterproof and anti-fogging protection is included in the 1 year warranty. The smart phone has a mount. All '22-up Harley-Davidson model clutch or brake perch mounts are included. It fits devices from 2 to 3 1/2 wide.
👤I bought this for my special. The components are of excellent quality and fit my phone well. There were no issues there. I wanted to put it on the right hand control side. The mount blocks are on the right hand side. I want my phone on the right side, but it looks like it would work on the left side. I noticed that it was always mounted on the left side. On the web as well. I couldn't find a picture of it on the right. My review is based on my application. I will be looking for other options for a proper right hand mount after returning this unit.
👤So far, so good. A street glide. Comes with the right bolts. It doesn't get in the way of the mirror or controls when adjusted. Holds up well. There is a note 9.
👤This ting holds my phone tight. It looks good on the 2020 Street Glide. It held up to the first 60 miles at 70mph without a problem. I don't fear that this mount will come loose. It needs to have a curve in the ball mount to go around the brackets. That is preference and not function. The bolts for it should be the T-27. When you have the T-27 in hand, why should you need an Allen wrench? If the back was metal and not plastic, it would be 5 stars. This mount is very good.
👤I put a power plug on the left side of my Road Glide Special so I can charge my phone while riding. The perch mount uses the existing locations on the brake reservoir. The design allows for easy adjustment. It has a spring loaded adjustment lever that you can use to increase or decrease the tension. I've traveled over 7K miles with my phone in this mount, and I couldn't be happier with its performance.
👤This is a quality product. It is mounted on the right side of my classic. I was able to mount the perch mount without blocking the controls or the mirrors after I discovered it had a horizontal swivel adjustment.
👤This is the best cell phone system I have ever used. There wasn't enough tilt to see the screen or you had to place it on the handle bars in strange spots. It looks like it is built into the bike. Is there any bumps? No problem! The quick release is perfect and this thing holds my phone tight. No complaints at all.
👤The mount kept messing with the volume, so I bought thes to replace it. When I tried to put the cradle on it exploded in my hand and the tab that keeps it tight was bent, so I couldn't put it back. That shouldn't happen on a brand product.
👤It is a bit old school in appearance but it is very secure. I put it with the perch upright. But my phone. It seemed like plus was a little taller. I traveled for 2 hours without any problems. I loved the position after flipping the mount upside down. The mount is upright with my phone. I am very happy. I have used the spring mount with 4 points of contact. I have never had a problem with it off road, but I don't feel like its as secure and expensive as phones are. The Ciro cup holder is also in my possession. My Street Glide is visually balanced with the 2 perch mounted accessories.
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