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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 2, 2014
One supposes that anyone with a CAD program these days can call themselves an equipment manufacturer. Don't be fooled by the photo. Though it looks like a good idea, this mount has maddeningly poor functionality.

1) The grip range between the clutch being open and closed is less than a centimeter, so there's no such thing as quick release, as it doesn't open enough to clear the diameter of a handlebar. This wouldn't be such a pain if it actually worked (gripped the bar), but it doesn't. Even with the clutch seriously tightened (to the point of being quite difficult to disengage), the mount still rotated around the handlebar with minimal effort. It's not going to stay put when you're bouncing around.
2) Although the GoPro mount appears to be one solid plastic piece, there's actually a standard 1/4"/20 stud that the GoPro mount screws onto... but the jam nut underneath it cannot really be tightened enough to create confidence that it's not going to loosen and ruin your shot or drop your camera.
3) The 1/4" stud rotates on a knob with click detents, so it it is not infinitely adjustable, and the whole rotator mechanism has quite a bit of play, so that with a camera installed, this adds a significant amount of wobble.

Bad news, this thing. I'm sending mine back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on August 17, 2014
Junk, Stick with name brand mounts, i got this of anther website and as others have stated it is CRAP.
You are better off getting the OFFICIAL GOPRO sportsman mount and using that,,,'
We use that on the shotguns bikes fishing rods and more place will be though up.. these 10$ look a likes just do not cut it out in the real world where we have he bikes 10 to 20 feet in the air and landing, these cheap mounts just do not hold up at all..

might be good to clamp to your chair arm if you are not going to move, that is about it..
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on March 14, 2015
I bought this to use as a handlebar mount for my GoPro and was disappointed. It is very difficult to get a solid grip on the handlebar so videos always come out shaky and the angle is always changing, but that is not the real issue. The plastic that you attach the camera to is of such low quality that it cracked and fell apart in three different places. If this had happened on a ride I would have lost the camera. Also the pivot points are loose so the camera is constantly swiveling away from the direction you want to point. This should only be used to attach to something stable and even then, rarely. It's just not made very well.
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on June 22, 2015
I bought this to attach a bike cam to my handlebars. Attachment is awkward--I had to scrounge up extra washers to get it to clamp tightly, and it proved unable to remain in one position when riding over even moderate bumps. I tossed it and bought the GoPro seatpost mount setup--6$ more (on sale) but which is smaller, better built, offers more flexible mounting solutions, and very stable during riding. Don't waste your money on the "quick easy"--it is only suitable for mounting on things that don't move.
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on April 8, 2014
The grip on this mount is easily adjusted and moves from handlebar of one bike to another very quickly. Without vibration dampening a lot of movement is to be expected unless riding on a smooth trail.
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on April 1, 2014
on my Street Glide it shakes wobbles and moves, I'm also missing a rubber grip for it. So i actually took it apart and build a bracket myself. So that actually helped a lot.
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on January 18, 2014
The joint between the clamp and the visible angle adjust screw is actually adjustable; it can rotate. The way it works is a spring which holds teeth together to lock the position. Unfortunately, that joint is very loose and will make gopro video very unstable. I superglued the joint together making the mount much more stable. I didn't miss that adjustment range at all since there are plenty of other ways to get the GoPro pointed in the desired direction.

Seems sturdy enough construction, however the washer on the clamp between the clamp lever and the clamp housing must be made out of cheap flimsy metal. Just clamped it a couple times today and it's already very warped. I may need to replace that with a decent steel washer.
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on November 19, 2014
This unit serves my purpose but I would not recommend it for any sort of application with movement. The gripping claw does a good enough job at gripping, but the joint that allows you to adjust the point of view is very sloppy. It simply cant be held tight enough to keep from shaking.

Not worth the money.
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on December 8, 2014
The clamp when tightened lets the camera rotate from side to side between rotating notches about 15 degrees. This mount will not hold the camera steady for stable shooting. If you were reanging a chickens neck it would alow you to catch the head flopping back and forth. PIECE OF JUNK.
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on March 15, 2015
it's a good mount to have when you ride bicycles or motorcycles and wanted to mount your go pro or contour. You have to have patience to learn /understand how to use it ( or it became frustrating ) once you understand how to use it, it is very useful and easy to use.
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