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  • posted bymichael.su on 12/05/2013

    the swivel option is great. this mount works great on my XC bike helmet to mount a flashlight. It's light and has a very low profile. It should work Well on the bars as well but I haven't used it there. The price is unbeatable. one of my rubber straps broke but an o-ring from an auto parts store works fine as a replacement. I definitely recommend this ... Read more

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  • posted bymadsnake85 on 11/07/2013

    - fits almost everything - it is durable - even with lights with 2 batteries it is no problem to keep them straight - the price is great - none i can think of I have this for a year now. I just bought second one to have for a second light. The first one shows no signs of wearing and keeps my light steady. If i use my 3x18650 light with this particular ... Read more

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  • posted byCigaras on 09/26/2013

    It is really easy to operate, very light and compact, fast mounting on and off, flashlight holding pretty good, did not fall off on the off road, and it looks nice. Resin is not the best quality, it works great for casual bike riding on the road or in the city, but for mountain biking the grip on habdlebar is not strong enough so it loses its position ... Read more

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  • posted bymadsnake85 on 04/24/2013

    + fits absolutely every flashlight that i have and that is alot (still look at the specs if you have larger lights) + looks very sturdy + very cheap + fits every handlebar size there is absolutely nothing to say here The price is awesome! The rubber is very sturdy and when the flashlight is attached to it it cant move, and in the same time it is flexible ... Read more

    the mount itself flashlight mounted Universal bicycle mount
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  • posted byeonderde on 01/08/2013

    simple, lightweight, flexible, fits almost any bike. was shipped promptly easy to cary in any pocket not easy to close the bottom rubber part, so not very easy to attach can easily be romved (stolen) so you have to attac/detach it every time you use it well worth the price appropriate for almost any type of bike may not be suitable for off road actrivities,... Read more

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  • posted byForbix on 12/19/2012

    1)This product is made of high quality materials;2)elastic material allows the product to different diameters of mounting points;3)this product is very well designed and made by fastening elements to adjust the thickness of objects4)very strong fixation object thanks to the flexibility and security lock on this product. Shortcomings in this ideles unnoticed.... Read more

    compact compact
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  • posted byVet on 11/14/2011

    # Excellent value. # Very light weight. # Easy to use. Suitable only for light lamps and other devices. The weak attachment of rotating the halves together. Weak bands. Normally holds only in the extreme positions of gum. If you do not want to permanently correct the position of the lamp should not use this thing. It makes sense to pay more for better ... Read more

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  • posted bybikenerd on 11/05/2011

    -Easy to use -swivel allows aiming of flashlight -versatile mount -Swivel might be a little flimsy -Plastic tab that the rubber latches onto is small: might break away, and not long enough to grab the rubber well -when holder and light are aimed in the same direction, the rubbers interfere with each other. -Use to attach flashlight of SKU 6800 to my ... Read more

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  • posted byMagnusS on 08/25/2011

    Good look and feel. Works on any kind of bar, I use it on both my racing bike and my MTB. Possible to mount on a helmet and use a torch for head light style. I primarily use it to fix my Garmin GPS/heart rate (looks like a big watch) monitor to my bike. It's not super easy to get the correct possition of the light when using it on a helmet, but then ... Read more

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  • posted byCriggie on 04/20/2011

    I bought some for general use, and one thing I tried was pointing a green laser at the inside of the front rim. Having been almost wiped out twice this week, being visible is high on my priority list. The laser lighted up the rim nicely, and the flickiness from the spokes works well and is very obvious. sides are * it buggers up your night vision (should ... Read more

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