BIKE MOUNT PACK
SATNAV FOR YOUR BIKE
Get a universal mounting system so you can use your Explore phone as a navigational tool while cycling – on or off road. Spray and vibration is not an issue with this rugged, waterproof phone.
The pack contains 3 parts:
- a dual injection mold Polycarbonate/TPU protective case with an anchor point on the rear for mounting on your bike. Switch your phone from bike mount to the carabiner attachment using the same anchor point to take it with you easily. If you’ve got the Adventure Pack, you can also use this deeper case with the bike mounting too.
- a stainless steel stem cap mount designed to fit all standard road, hybrid and mountain bikes, with an angle adjustable locking mechanism (secured with a standard 5mm allen key) and a rotatable head unit so you can mount your phone in either portrait or landscape orientation as you prefer and tilt to adjust the viewing angle.
- an adjustable handlebar mount, in addition, that will fit all 25-32mm handlebar diameters found on almost all mountain, hybrid and road bikes.
Please note: The bike mount is not designed for use with the adventure pack. We recommended only using the case included in the Bike Pack.
PACKS & ACCESSORIES
Discover a range of packs and accessories, including the Adventure Pack or handy bike mounts, to help you get the most from your Explore phone.
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