Simple is beautiful. I would like a smarter alternative to the cable tie.
Easy to attach. The lock is a bit loose, it might come off with a harder push. However, no experience with that yet. A simple game. And buy a bunch of bandages, so with sivars you cut off in another place, and put a new bundle of bandages in another place. So easy to move from one place to another.
Very good and functional in all its simplicity.
Well running gpsmap62 comes with a ride
The attachment is not particularly reliable, but in hard going the stick has fallen a few times. Fastening to the bike with cable ties is easy, but if there are several wheels, changing the cable ties will be unnecessary.
Sturdy product and Etrex stays in place.
Simple bike mount, also fits Garmin GPSMAP. Difficult to get tight enough so it doesn’t move on a bike steering bar, but an extra tie-wrap solves that.
A fair game.
Mandatory purchase for cyclists :) The fastening could be something other than a cable tie, I don't like useless plastic to be thrown in the trash when not needed or if you need to cut the fastener off. A nylon tape with a sticker, for example, would have been better. But the bracket itself good. Only the attachment to the bike could be different.
Based on initial experience, it is a functional and light bracket that drives things on the road. Fastening is easy with the included cable ties and the lightweight device sticks to them. I might get a firmer attachment to the terrain.
The plaster stays well in place but the strap of the device is wound around the handlebar, hanging in place in case it comes loose.
Basic rack, no cheers or reproaches.
Works well in its intended use.
Easy to install and use.
For mountain biking, a harmonious attachment to the rack is too cumbersome, to come off in a louder rumble.
On the first run, the GPSMAP 64s came off a mounding hill from the stand. Fortunately, the device is a strong act and did not suffer in any way from a forced landing on a gravel road. On the other hand, I don’t think that’s a big downside either - the 64 is a pretty heavy clump attached to a rod, and with an unsprung fat, the rocky bills are pretty hard pounding. No wonder it comes off. In the future, I might like the worst routes in the backpack of the device. The stand does not fit all guide bracket models without any problems, but on the other hand, the simplicity of the attachment is convincing.
A usable game, a little fussy.
Simple and functional.