Smartphone/GPS Handlebar mount

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  1. Pgt066

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    Just thought I would pass on what I think is a great piece of low cost gear for mounting a phone to your handlbars.

    http://www.minourausa.com/english/accessory-e/ih100-e.html

    Comes in different main sizes which are all adjustable by the high quality clamp. Comes with a clear rubber wrap to protect your bar. On and off in less then 15 seconds.

    Clamps down on the sides to various models of phones. It is rock solid once on there!

    Sold at the Bike Station (Bicycle Store) in BKK. 13°43'57.49"N 100°38'52.39"E

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    No cost on the website?
     
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    Pgt066 Ol'Timer

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    850 Baht at the Bike Station
     
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    I would have thought that the vibration would cause problems for a smart phone?
     
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    Pgt066 Ol'Timer

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    ? I have dropped my phone on the hard ground numerous times. I don't think a little handlebar vibration is going to bother it. Then again if you ride a Harley, who knows.
     

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