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Tight fit holds GPS securely, hard to install/remove with power cord attached.
on December 7, 2016
NOTE: I had no need for the suction part of the mount so I cannot speak to how well that works.
Previously I had a no-name GPS mount which worked great for four years until the ball-socket cracked from heat.
(I live in Arizona and during the summer the inside of my Jeep reached as much as 140 degrees so I didn't expect plastic to hold up well)
But after 3 years of use I needed a replacement it was no longer available, so I decided to try this one.
I found it to be true what another reviewer noted it was problematic to install & remove the GPS while plugged into power cord. Not only that, but due to how I used the 'cradle' portion of the mount attached to a solid mount I did relatively extensive cutting to allow ease of installation with the power cord attached.
Some folks may feel it good that length-wise the cradle holds the GPS very securely, but it is SO tight I feel the cradle will eventually break due to stress of constant installation and removal. I use my GPS in the mount anywhere from three to five days a week, installing and removing it 2 times each day it is used so it gets a lot of use.