The Accessory Pro® Magnetic Mount and Steel Safety Cable compatible with all GoPro® cameras - 100+ mph speed
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- The Accessory Pro® brand product, made to be used with GoPro® cameras.
- 100+ mph speeds / Small Aircraft Speeds *always use a safety tether with magnetic mounts
- Magnet mount is compatible with all cameras
- Mounts to anything magnetic
- Do Not use magnet mount on anything with a nice paint job without protection
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|Package Height||0.8 x 5 x 7 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.5 pounds|
This magnet mount is strong, use caution when applying and removing.
-Use the magnet mount for attaching your camera to any flat magnetic surface without fear of the camera falling off.
- Attaches to cars, heavy machinery, bridges, scaffolding, rails, poles, anywhere magnets stick.
For use up to greater than highway speeds / low speed aircraft
*Always use a safety tether, The Accessory Pro® will never replace cameras.
**This mount is NOT to be used on anything with a nice paintjob, because there is a potential of damage (scratches) to paint. Buyer assumes all responsibility of damage if they use this mount on a vehicle. If you do, DO NOT slide it, leave thumb screw buckle in mount, use as leverage and pry it off.
GOPRO®, HERO®, the GOPRO® logo, and the GoPro Be a Hero logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of GoPro, Inc.
Top Customer Reviews
The other negative review discusses the size of the actual gopro mount portion. I have several different mount bases for my gopro, if one happens to be stuck into this mount I wouldn't be too upset. The mount size is fine with mine. It is a bit snug, however, due to the applications I'm using this mount, I can appreciate the security. The little white rubber thing (that comes with the gopro to help prevent the mount attachment from coming out) along with a tether tied to something secure gives me full confidence that I will not lose my gopro in any situation.
I have a modified Jeep Cherokee XJ, and I've mounted this to nearly every spot that has an area flat enough for this mount, including underneath looking at my tires and axles, and this magnet has held up through tons of rough terrain. So far, I've taken it down the road up to 45mph, and up and down the beaches of the OBX. The picture from video hasn't even budged. This magnet will hold a gopro with ease. I highly recommend this mount. I am thinking if buying another gopro and mount just because of its versatility and reliability.
Over all very happy with my purchase.
The mount is too small. I have used different types of mounts and this is the first time i had this issue. I thought i would have to cut it off.
It took 2 people to get it off.
Do not put your GoPro Hero into this item unless you want it to be stuck there permanently.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Holds the go pro to the underside of my truck perfectly. No worries about this product falling. Highly recommend. ThanksPublished 4 months ago by Fun in the sun
Build a better (WAY stronger), cheaper, won't scratch your paint, mount - for less, and it only takes 5 minutes. Search "Fy6ST4bjy0s" on youtube.Published 4 months ago by TyCo
I was so pleasantly surprised that this magnet really works! It held the camera on the side of the vehicle at 65 mph like a champ! Whoohooo!Published 19 months ago by J. Fountain
Looks like the harbor fright tool magnet I just bought and put a tripod mount on it for an extention to video soccer off the goal post. 4.99 not on sale. They have 2 sizes.Published 21 months ago by Robert Kriss