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Koomus BikeGo 2 Bike Mount Holder Cradle for iPhone 6 6+ 5 5S 5C 4 4S iPod Touch Galaxy S5 S4 S3 Note 2 Note 3 LG G3 HTC One M8 Nokia Lumia 1020 Google Nexus 5 Sony Xperia Z2 GPS
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- Improved Super Tight Grip adjustable mounting system with Elastic holder on bar
- Super convenient One Step Installation
- Fits bicycle handle bars 1.5
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Description for Koomus BikeGo 2 Bike Mount Holder Cradle for iPhone 6 6+ 5 5S 5C 4 4S iPod Touch
Koomus BikeGo 2 super tight Safety is all that matters bike mount does the job simply as it sounds. It got even better than previous model as the holding mechanism now does not require different size clips. BikeGo 2 now holds the bar perfectly w/o any adjustment. It holds any smartphones, iPods or GPS devices very securely and extra secure safety pin prevents device from falling even if bike is dropped. You can mount your smartphone with or without case on it and Super tight Grip will always secure your device while you ride. It is also fully adjustable with 360 degree rotation for quick portrait and landscape view. Koomus BikeGo 2 Bike mount, a smart way to mount for a ride.
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After 6 months of almost daily use with my phone on my bike, one of the arms that grips the phone cracked a little from normal, albeit high volume, use. I ride at least 4 nights a week with large social cycling groups for 2 - 4 hours at a time, frequently over poor quality roads / paths, and then another 3 - 10 times per week solo. It still holds the phone, but it's not safe to continue using. I emailed Koomus on a Saturday afternoon, and on Monday morning they shipped me a replacement and provided me a tracking number by email. First rate customer service!
Also, I've seen a couple of reviews here about phones going flying after a bump, and I'm not discounting their experience, but I'm really curious about how they attached the mount and phone, because I can tell you from my daily use that it is extremely difficult (almost impossible) for my Nexus 5 to go flying no matter how hard the bump. Also, did they use the headphone pin? Multiple other people, myself included, have experienced the pin being very tight (good) in the headphone jack, and there is no reason why a phone would go flying after one bump if properly attached. I've hit potholes and bumps that are massive (night riding through rough areas), I've gone over speed bumps at high speeds, I've ridden on old, long cobble stone roads that make you feel like your inside a blender, and I've done all these things at speeds ranging from the slow/casual 10-15 mph up to 30+mph.
So, again, not discounting their experience, just curious why when I properly attached my mount (using the 2 additional inserts if the handlebar is too thin), properly space the arms to grip tightly but not overly tight, use the headphone jack pin, and finally position the swivel at the needed angle, I have had my Nexus 5 come out of the holder less than 3 times (and each time due to me not tightening the grip enough, and each time the headphone pin kept the phone dangling with the bike and off the ground) when I'm a very aggressive heavy use rider.
Original Review ,November 2014: This cradle exceeded my expectations. It holds my cell phone very securely, and the additional pin to further secure the phone via the headphone jack really holds the phone well. I've had no issues with the swivel feature, angles of placement on the bike, grip, etc. I ride aggressively and use my phone occasionally for GPS, but mostly for music with bluetooth speakers while riding, and this mount has been perfect for these activities. Additionally, because of the placement of the phone, I can now accept incoming video calls (via Hangouts or other apps) while riding so that I can keep my eyes on the road and talk to them, but a caller can see me while riding, nice little perk even though rarely used.
My Galaxy S5 has a Spigen Slim Armor case on it. What I love about the BikeGo 2 is the edges of the clamp are rubber and tapered to allow you to mount your phone or remove it without sliding the jaws open or closed. Once you set them to your desired position, the rubber grip is reliable and strong, yet gentle on your case's surface. The headphone pin is a great little bonus for extra peace of mind.
I've used the mount several times and the phone stays put, doesn't rotate away from where I set it, and is fully accessible for tapping any area of the screen.
At first I was skeptical about the lack of mounting screws or anything for installing the mount to the bike, but that was short lived. It is very thick durable rubber that is very difficult to pry open (had a hard time opening it wide enough to get it around the stem). Once mounted though, due to the rubbery material, it will only budge with significant force (actually less movement than other things I have mounted to my handlebars with screws and such). Then, I adjusted the phone mount clip and put my phone in and was very surprised at how the phone did not want to move around or slide anywhere. There is rubber material butting up against the back of the phone, and there is rubber material on the insides of the arms of the clip for the phone so as to make the phone very secure. It is hard for me to imagine that anyone could riding along and have their phone just fly out of this bike mount like I had read in some of the 1 star reviews. It seems like they must have either done something wrong (ie. not tightened the phone clip around the phone tight enough, or too tight and broke it somehow), or they received a faulty BikeGo 2 mount.
I also tried testing the fail safe headphone jack adapter that Koomus includes just in case the phone happens to escape the grip of the BikeGo 2. I inserted into the headphone jack of the iPhone 6 and bobbed the phone and swung it around by the lanyard and could not get them detached easily. This seemed to work a lot better than I thought it was going to. Frankly, I thought it looked like a cheap gimmick by Koomus and something that couldn't possibly work. Turns out I was wrong. The insert seems to be made of the same durable rubber that the rest of the mount is made out of, and not some brittle plastic that will break off inside the headphone jack of the phone like some of the 1 star reviews complained about.
Can't really think of any dislikes yet. Overall I am happy with the product and extremely happy that I got such a quality product at less than 1/3 the price of the Quad Lock. I plan to come back and update my review after taking this thing out on the road a number of times. Hopefully what I've seen so far remains true.
Also, one last comment. When buying this mount, one thing that I worried about was that it was going to be bulky or cause the phone to stick out really far from the handlebars and look stupid and/or catch a lot of wind. But that is not the case. It seems like the sleekest universal bike mount of its kind. By that I mean that phone edge gripping kind.