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  • posted byinsetta on 12/31/2014

    I didn't get, what i ordered, but it's not a tragedy, since the product i have now is OK, just looks different and on some point its better. But i can say, its a good price. It holds tight in any angle, but i'm afraid, that if i hit some rock, the whole case will unattach itself from the mount.... Read more


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  • posted bygrigo13 on 11/14/2014

    Сделано очень качественно, просто в установке. При установке на кронштейн крепления руля велосипеда Stels Navigator 700 потребовалась небольшая доработка, так как сам кронштейн немного толще, чем звено крепления держателя. Это можно считать не недостатком, а моей невнимательностью при заказе. Еще... Read more


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  • posted byadiemus23 on 08/08/2014

    Pros: Easy to install, suitable for all handlebar sizes. Easy to put the phone in and release it. Fits almost all phone sizes. Cons: Received a different one with picture holder, no big issue, just missing the soft foam on the back side to protect my phone :) It is also quite big and heavy, does... Read more

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  • posted byLamKaYau on 05/14/2014

    (1) It holds the phone very tightly. (2) It easy to open with a button. (3) It is very cool. (4) Able to adjust the angle. (5) Able to attach with out tools. (6) This item can't be found in local stores. (7) It's very cheap. (8) Doesn't scratch phone. (9) It is not to small. (10) Has two holders... Read more

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  • posted bytyn96 on 03/04/2014

    it is steady on the steering wheel and the grip provides a safe place for your valuable cellphone. it is easy in use and very handy the material doesn't look very strong, it is all made of plastic and one screw. If the grip becomes wet it will not be use able again. because the grip will nobody I... Read more

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  • posted byxWaLeeeHD on 11/28/2013

    Fits well to motorcycle handle and more or less no vibration at all. It looks good which is ++ for me as I don't want an ugly mount on my bike. The soft material is good so your phone gets even more fit when the sides are pressed in. The screws are abit long so it takes abit long time to mount it... Read more

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  • posted byxindes on 11/05/2013

    - Great for stationary bikes - Works on both directions, and you can flip it easily - Soft on the edges - The bit on the bottom looks not really strong, with just 2 subjection points - Difficult to adjust on a first glance - the innes mechanism looks like it's going to breake easily, but you need... Read more

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  • posted byMahirDemir on 08/05/2013

    Lightweight and easy to mount. Its made out of two pieces. Mine didn't hold that well. I attached a barrel speaker on it and mount the holder on my bike. As soon as I hit the first bump this thing fell off. Happy I didn't put my iPod on it. Used super glue to glue the two pieces together so I now... Read more

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  • posted byitgal30 on 07/21/2013

    Device holds my cell phone (galaxy s2) very firmly. so far it is working ok without any issues. It is limited by the diameter of the bike handlebar. I wanted to put it in the middle where my handlebar is too thick but I could not. SO I put it where it fit. When you connect the phone holder to you... Read more

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  • posted byyuralves on 06/09/2013

    You cat put from a small cellphone to a big gps in thie gadget. And even better, it has a lot of regulations so you can get the best view while cycling. It holds cellphones really tight, but when the button is pressed, it releases it easyly too. When it is in something near the horizontal it is a... Read more

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