Nite Ize - HandleBand - Cell Phone Handlebar Mount For Quick, Secure and Accessible Attachment To Your Bicycle - Lightweight and Durable Bike Phone Mount - Fits Most Smartphones With Or Without Cases
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- Universal design fits nearly every smartphone, with or without a case
- Attaches easily to your bicycle handle bar for convenience and safety
- Attach and remove your smartphone without having to remove the Handle Band from the bar
- Split Strap allows for visibility and accessibility to the screen while still on Handle Band
- Easily attaches to most common bar diameters in either horizontal or vertical configuration
- Aluminum base piece functions as a convenient bottle opener
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The Handle Band is a universal smartphone bar mount that provides a secure attachment and instant access to almost any device on almost any sized handle bar. This item allows you to securely attach most mobile phones, with or without a case, to be easily seen and conveniently accessible to use while riding, walking, or running. Made with a lightweight expandable silicone with an aluminum base at its core, the single band securely wraps around nearly any sized bar - including bicycles, jogging strollers and shopping carts. It can be positioned wherever you want, attached and removed as often as you need, and is designed to allow full functionality of your smartphone while it's in place. View maps, talk to Siri, use your training apps, or video camera - or even use your phone as a bike light at night - all while keeping your smartphone safe and accessible. The flexible nature of silicone gives the Handle Band the capability to secure and wrap other devices, too (like flashlights or bike pumps) for functionality that fits your lifestyle. Simple, versatile and with a streamlined design, the Handle Band is the perfect way to stay Connected on even the longest rides. Bonus: it functions as a bottle opener, too.
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I have used Handleband with mapmyride and my current favorite bike app, ridewithgps. Sure, the band obscures a part of the screen, but it turns out that you can secure it so the the band lies between the map and the stats on the ridewtihgps app, covering only a small portion of the info that you might want to see while moving. I'll miss you, but buh-bye Garmin Edge. This is a well designed, incredibly useful and well-priced mount. Hope this review helps my fellow bike geeks. Ride safely...
Seriously. These are solid, straightforward mounts with failure of the only real "moving part"-- the rubber strap-- unlikely unless it's cut. My ONLY criticism, as with other reviews for the product, is the pre-ride upper body workout that's required to get the rubber strap around my medium-wide phone (a Nexus 5) and placement of the strap that obscures part of the screen. The first isn't really a big issue (although my heart was in my teeth the first few times, wondering if the pressure was enough to shatter the glass display) and the second is potentially "workable" if you play with the position of the phone to accommodate the app(s) you're using.
There are other designs that don't have those "drawbacks," but I'm much happier trusting my uninsured/no-replacement-plan phone to this one.
That being said, although tricky to get around the phone, the HandleBand does more than an adequate job of keeping the phone on my bike, even during bumpy trips. Mind you, I ride bike on paved trails, but with tree roots popping up the pavement in some places, and transitions between the trail and streets, etc., my bike is subjected to a lot of bumps at speed.
This is where my first phone holder failed, catastrophically, as the phone clamp separated from the bike clamp during a jarring bump, sending my phone flying into the pavement. Not so with the HandleBand; with its minimalist construction and no mechanical parts, save the metal band lock/ bottle opener, it has no parts that can break off. The material of which the band is made is elastic enough to stretch over my phone (case and all) but strong and "grippy" enough to keep everything on the bike.
My only real issue is the way the band goes over the screen, as certain apps will. have different areas of the screen that are more important than others. This can make unlocking the phone, swapping music tracks, starting EndoMondo, etc. a slight chore if the phone isn't strapped down just so, depending on one's phone, OS, and apps.
Doesn't move, doesn't slip around, fits easily on my bike and my girlfriend's, all in all, I can't complain.
I own an HTC-One M8 with a fairly small SUPCASE, and the girlfriend owns a Galaxy S5 with a LIFEPROOF FRE case. Mine fits with no effort, hers fits with a small struggle, but it's nothing worth complaining about.
Build quality was better than expected, and indeed, you can pop open a beer with this thing, but I don't recommend drinking and cycling lol.
It's an adaptable product design which comes with positives and negatives. On the bright side, if I get a new bike or a new smart phone, I'm likely to still be able to use it, but on the downside, it's bound to not work with some bike / phone configurations. One particular problem that could have been an annoyance but thankfully wasn't was interference with handle bar reflectors and accessories, but even if it had, it wouldn't have been anything that couldn't be easily fixed with a hex key (allen wrench).
The strap interferes marginally with phone use, but you shouldn't be fiddling around with that while riding anyway, just get your music / GPS / whatever going before you ride or stop off on the side of the road.
The few niggles here and there are why I knocked a point off, but realistically I'd recommend this to anyone who wants to save over 70$ and just wants to use this to ride with music while still being able to hear traffic. The few problems really shouldn't be an issue for anyone who values their safety over their mobile experience, so just don't be stupid.
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Mu friends use it in the motorcycle and they just loved it. I recently install it, hope to have lots of kms with it