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RAM-MOUNT -RAP-274-1 - Rail Ez-On Swivel Mount

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  • Very Adjustable
  • Secure Mount
  • Huge Range of options
  • Strong and secure
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Product Description

Mount a GPS, MP3 player, or cell phone quickly and eaily with a RAM EZ-ON/OFF handlebar base. Designed to fit most common handlebar sizes, this compact and durable mount is ideally suited to the open road or trails. Uses common zip ties to attach to a variety of handlebar diameters. Made of high strength composite, it is light weight too. Adjustable to allow for the best viewing angle, this product is perfect for any cyclist and their compact electronic device.

Material: High Strength Composite and Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A great low profile and lightweight/durable mount(updated) 27 Aug. 2012
By M. Wright - Published on
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I used mine on a mountain bike with a GPS for a couple of years. Then I put it on my motorcycle to hold a GPS and rode 30K Adventure miles. Then I put it my newest bike and have ridden 10K adventures miles while it holds a SPOT beacon. The little nubs that hold it into the socket have broken off one by one. It is very easy to zip tie the unit back together but you lose rotation. It weighs about 1/5th what any RAM-ball unit might weigh. It is also at least 2"s lower in profile than any RAM mount. To keep the mount sturdy on the bar wrap the mounting area with duct tape. Keep in mind however that if you have an unscheduled git off the mount will be more likely to break if affixed so securely. You should always put a leash on your device when it is in any mount.I would not try to use this mount for something heavy such as a Garmin Montana or anything with cable weight. It is perfect for a cell phone, a small GPS or especially a SPOT beacon. I'm buying a new one after 5 years of hard use. I am quite satisfied with this until RAM comes up with some other more sturdy low profile/lightweight solution.

Update: I made my review based on a unit several years old. I have now replaced it with this unit which is much improved. The new unit has fatter zip ties, a great rubber friction pad(beats my duct tape solution),composite construction rather than plastic. I love it when a product manufacturer looks at consumer feedback and fixes the problems. Ram Products are awesome My review goes up to 5 stars.
PS Although they made it stronger and grippier I still would not suggest this for big units such as the Garmin Montana except maybe on a road bike.It would be great for a radar detector,smartphone, etrex, spot etc.
TIP: If you have this unit the tiny composite detent nubs will be prone to breakage. Be sure that you gently push all the way down before you rotate it and then let up gently to re-position or remove. The composite detents will not withstand being twisted under rotational resistance.Try to position the mount and device in a place that wont be forced if you have a fall. Leaving the mount somewhat loose might protect it in a crash and would be worth the occasional manual re-positioning.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Not strong enought for an Oregon GPS 22 July 2010
By David - Published on
I used this on my mountain bike to hold a Garmin Oregon GPS. Within a little over a month, the fingers inside the mount broke off and my GPS went flying. A real disappointment.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good grip, low profile 20 Aug. 2011
By reavy - Published on
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I bought this to attach my Garmin eTrex Vista HCx GPS to my bicycle to record my rides. I have other accessories on my handlebars, so I decided to attach the unit to my bike stem, and it works well there. My only complaint is that the strip of adhesive-backed neoprene strip could have been longer to fit more uniformly around the stem; it wouldn't have been long enough to go around my handlebar, either. I really like the reasonable price tags on RAM mounts and the fact that they're made in the USA.
4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
OK, but not sturdy 12 Jan. 2011
By Steve - Published on
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I have broken two of these. They work well and keep the GPS on the bike. The problem is that you have to be very careful when ataching or removing the unit from the base that's mounted on the bike. It is real easy to break the lugs off that hold the device together. I have not had any problems with it while riding.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
OK for light duty with a light device 13 Dec. 2012
By Raleighphile - Published on
This mount works ok, if wobbly at first and is pretty interchangeable. It's nice if you want to have more than one handlebar mount and move a device from mount to mount.

I bought a couple of iPhone mounts here on Amazon from RAM and this is the same universal back part that came with those mounts. They worked OK for a light iPhone 3g for a while.

Eventually the little "fingers" inside that grip the mount when you twist and remove it started to fatigue after a few removals. Then one of the four bent and failed and I couldn't get the parts apart any more to swap to another bike as they were jammed tightly together. The 3 others are starting to fatigue as well. I finally got the parts apart by taking the whole mount off the handlebars and inspecting the "fingers" from under the clamp.

The mount wobbled from day one even with a light iPhone on a road bike (bicycle.) With anything heavier than that or off-road it would be even worse and fatigue faster.

I wish Ram would make a heavier-duty version of this mount that held the cradle more securely and could take the weight of something heavier than an iPhone.
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