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By darkviper039, Junior Member on 12th April 2014, 08:15 AM
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6th May 2016, 05:18 PM |#31  
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I got a few of these a couple of years ago and they work great
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9th June 2016, 03:37 PM |#32  
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Originally Posted by fastfed

Don't listen to the silly universal ones..

You want the best mount?? I'll tell you what the best mount is!!

It's a case.. That's right.. After riding 150 miles a week for many years and having all sorts of cycle computers, I wanted something CLEAN!! I bought a two piece case, like an otterbox (I forget the brand) and simply mounted the plastic to a typical ring clamp on my bike. I drilled/glues into the clamp so it was secured as could be!

When it was time for ride time, I would simply slide the rubber case (the second piece) around my phone than secured that into the mounted plastic case (The first piece)

It was 100000x better looking, it was actually USEFUL as you could use it while riding, it was also extremely secure! and could never come out without the proper bending and normal way you would take a phone out.

This was mounted so I could adjust on the fly, I used one of the garmin computer clamps I had laying around that would twist sideways and up and down. so when I got going I can adjust the phone so its angled with the wind and won't be a mud flap

Great Ideia, I have a case that is just the same, could you show how you fix that?
12th June 2016, 10:13 PM |#33  
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Ordered a mount at Ebay, but I find my top tube pannier much more practical and safe. Haven't got the need to see the screen while riding my bike.
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