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Garmin 010-12525-00 Powered Mount
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- Designed for one-handed quick-release operation
- Includes an integrated cable with USB connection
- Compatible with in reach SE+ and in reach Explorer+
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Designed for one-handed, quick-release operation for grab-and-go accessibility. Uses the amps mounting pattern and includes an integrated cable with a USB connection.
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1. The InReach unit will not fit into the mount with the carabiner clip attached. While disappointing, this is not a deal breaker. The mount utilizes the same "clip-in" function that the included carabiner uses, so it must be removed or the unit won't fit into the mount. I personally think this is a design oversight - the InReach is a portable device, would be nice to remove it from the mount and go. Now you have to remove it, add the carabiner (if so desired), then go.
2. The USB power cord is permanently attached to the bottom of the mount. This is not a deal breaker, but it would be a more modular design if there was a USB port on the bottom of the mount, so the cord could be removed when power is not required, or a different cable could be used (to change length). I don't really need the charging capabilities of the mount, since the InReach already has a USB charging port built in as well (redundant).
3. The instructions that come with the mount (yes, I ACTUALLY read them!) mention that the charging contacts should be dry and should not have any moisture or be wet when the GPS unit is in place, or damage to the unit may occur. I am using the unit for off-road motorcycling, so there is always a chance of the contacts getting wet/dirty in some fashion. To protect the charging contacts, Garmin has supplied a little rubber cap that will fit over the contact points on the mount. Once in place, the InReach WILL NOT FIT INTO THE MOUNT - YOU CANNOT USE THE MOUNT WHEN THE RUBBER CAP IS IN PLACE TO PROTECT THE CHARGING POINTS.
Point 3 is the deal breaker, unfortunately. You have a mount for a device that likely will see inclement conditions and remote areas, but you can't use the mount during those conditions (under power; probably could use it without the USB cable plugged in).
I will say that the InReach unit fit the mount perfectly (without the carabiner, and with the protective rubber cap removed) and seemed to be held quite securely in place. If you need something to hold the InReach and it will stay cozy and dry, this mount might meet your needs, as it is otherwise a very nice mount.