pc7 like mount for Garmin 500?

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Stuartclark1977 wrote:http://www.shapeways.com/model/731447/ogee-spock-garmin-mount-for-handlebar.html?li=productBox-search" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

RWD - do you make this one as well? I'm a bit confused by your response.

FYI I think your price is fine I'm just happy with my stem mount at the moment as it also holds the di2 junction box in place. If I integrate the di2 box one day then I'll probably get a forward mount.


No we don't make that one, i did not see the link correctly although it is made using the same type of powder and machines.
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giantdale wrote:IMO FlipLoc looks the best and is also the lightest. Mounts perfectly in line with the stem.


Glad you like it. We're having another sale through the end of the year and we have a new model for the Edge 800. Visit our site for more details. www.designcycles.net

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andylav wrote:Any New Year's sales offers on the cards for your version Martin ?


Having looked through our stock I have found 20 or so mounts that I will put on a special with 30% discount so priced at £17.50. They are mostly coloured mounts and a range of both right and left hand for 500 and 800. They will be up on the site soon.

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Got my RaceWareDirect mount:

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I'm just wondering how durable is the material? Unlike the Garmin mount, there is no positive engagement of the unit (which is fine as it allows you to get it exactly square to the stem faceplate).

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I thought the same thing about the engagement. I'm going to add some paper in between the Garmin and mount because my Garmin has a little play in it.

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Saw this on Ebay, looks clean. Not cheap though at $39,95. Quoted weight 32g.

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Yep u make nice mounts, which no none can buy.... Some please correct me if im wrong, but i think this thread is now more about mounts which can be readily bought than those that can not?

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drmutley wrote:correct me if im wrong


I just bought a Tillquist mount and it's going to be shipped on Monday.

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Me too - I'll post impressions once it arrives.

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fastrow23 wrote:
drmutley wrote:correct me if im wrong


I just bought a Tillquist mount and it's going to be shipped on Monday.


So point us to where they can be ordered from please....

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drmutley wrote:
fastrow23 wrote:
drmutley wrote:correct me if im wrong


I just bought a Tillquist mount and it's going to be shipped on Monday.


So point us to where they can be ordered from please....


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Guy wrote:Got my RaceWareDirect mount:

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I'm just wondering how durable is the material? Unlike the Garmin mount, there is no positive engagement of the unit (which is fine as it allows you to get it exactly square to the stem faceplate).


The material is very durable, it is used extensively on F1 cars now for final parts and has a good life expectancy in that environment so should be more than adequate on a bike. I have been running one for 9 months with daily removal of a garmin and have no signs of wear as yet.
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@Tillquist: I take it that an ARX mount does not fit a Deda Zero 100 stem? Any chance you'd make one, or a one-bolt version that would be compatible e.g. with a Thomson X2 stem?

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LVGH wrote:@Tillquist: I take it that an ARX mount does not fit a Deda Zero 100 stem? Any chance you'd make one, or a one-bolt version that would be compatible e.g. with a Thomson X2 stem?


I do not know if it fits Deda Zero 100 stem, but if it has a center bolt distance of 26mm, 27mm or 28mm so you can use one of my mount.
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