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Garmin Dashboard Disk -Small, 2-Pack

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  • Allows dashboard mounting in multiple vehicles
  • For use with the StreetPilot i3 and i2
  • For use with Suction Cup Mount
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.4 ounces
Product Dimensions1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model number010-10646-01
Warranty365 Parts/365 Labor
  
Additional Information
ASINB000AKX15G
Shipping Weight1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 17, 2003
  
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Warranty, Parts: Parts
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

The Garmin Dashboard Disk is used to attach a Garmin suction cup mount (not included) to the dash. It is compatible with Quest, iQue M3/M5, StreetPilot i2/i3, and iQue 3200/3600 suction cup mounts. Includes two 2.5 inch disks.

Product Description

Garmin 010-10646-01 Small dashboard disk 2 pack. The dashboard disk allows the suction cup mount to be mounted onto the dashboard of multiple vehicles.

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Customer Reviews

No issues with it not sticking.
chibiclover
The adhesive on the disc did not stick at all.
Pen Name
Fast service, product fit what I needed.
Jackson

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84 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Seth Eliot VINE VOICE on December 29, 2005
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I ordered these, not exactly sure what I would get -- therefore I am writing this review so that others may have the information that I lacked at that time.

I bought a new Quest GPS system from Garmin. The automotive mounting system that came with this unit was a suction cup mount. The unit sits in a cradle at one end, and a suction cup is at the other. Between these 2 endpoints are two lockable tilt adjustments and a swivel adjustment. When mounted in the windshield, the suction cup "face" points up towards the windshield, and the mount extends away from the windshield (towards the driver). I found three main disadvantages to this setup:

1. The unit bounces when driving over anything but smooth road. It's only a slight range of motion but enough to make it hard to read.

2. The suction cup leaves marks (not permanent) on the windshield

3. Although it never lost suction, from this position if it were to detach from the windshield it would fall downwards, strike the dashboard, and then slide down to the floor, center console, or my lap.

I much preferred the mounting the mechanism of my GPS V which consisted of a bracket that the unit fits into, which locks into another piece attached to the dashboard.

The mounting disks (the subject of this review) improve on the windshield mount, but are not as good as the GPS V system. What you are buying is simply a smooth flat plastic disk with adhesive on one side of it. The package I ordered came with two of these, both the same size -- although only one is needed. You attach the disk to the top of your dashboard with the adhesive, and it provides a smooth spot to attach the suction cup mount. Now this may sound like not much of a "win", but it actually works fairly well.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By L. Rizzo on September 14, 2006
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A good solution to mounting my I2. The I2 came with one disk, and I purchased a 2-pack for additional vehicles. California does not allow windshield mounts, although most other states, including mine, do.

With certain windshields the unit can lose suction, and falls exactly as described by a previous writer. After it happened twice, I refused to take the chance again and used the dashboard disks. Fortunately, the two tumbles did no damage to the I2. The dashboard position puts the gps right where you can see it, and provides a far more secure mounting.

Make sure you try it in different locations several times before you commit to a final glued-down spot. Tape the gps down temporarily if necessary, and try it both during the day and at night.

For a number of reasons, having mostly to do with the scanning one does from ahead, to side or rear view mirrors, to dash instruments, I found that a location to the left of the steering wheel works best. Tucked in the left corner is good because it doesn't distract from the view of oncoming traffic. But do your own experimenting.

One final safety precaution with a windshield or dash-top mounted gps... set the brightness level as low as you can when driving at night. A bright gps interferes significantly with your view ahead. You can experience this by setting the brightness to high, and then alternately covering and uncovering the gps as you drive.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Spots on November 8, 2006
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These are about 2-5/8". Measure your suction cup before you order! These don't fit all gps's! For instance, they don't fit my Magellan suction cup, which is over 3". They look good though, just too small for me to use.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By DWD on October 14, 2011
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I also had one of these dismount on me. I reattached it and it hasn't fallen since. The reason it failed was because my car got hot inside. However, I never had that problem with the original pads. My advice is to put them on when your car is warm, or warm up the spot on your dash and the pad itself with a hair dryer before you attach it. As noted, I reattached mine after my car heated up one summer day, and since it has not come unglued.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Shahriar Kabir on December 14, 2008
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Nothing special but these disc mounts don't really need to be anything spectacular. They do the job exactly as they should and are pretty useful if you need to mount your GPS on mutltiple cars.
Only bad thing about them is that they are almost permanent and will most likely damage your dashboard if you try to remove them. I myself haven't tried this yet since it really isn't a big problem and we forsee using these for a long time.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Gamble on August 19, 2012
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Found that the adhesive nature of these is terrible. Would not stick to the dashboard. The adhesive is very weak and would baely hould even to a smooth surface such as the windshield. Fianally used a double side foam tape I had and made it work but otherwaise a waste of money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Urmph on June 22, 2012
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These discs DO NOT stick to curvy dashboards at all. It sticks on my window just fine, but I have the suction cup for that.
The only up-side is that the plastic does not bend.

If you have a dashboard that is not flat, do not get these. The adhesive is weak and will not cling.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Norbert Barrette on June 20, 2008
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These disks are just what you need to mount your Garmin GPS in multiple vechicles.I have them in two cars-they work as advertised-the GPS stays put-but remember, these little disks are there permanently!
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