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Garmin 010-10725-00 Handle Bar Mount

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  • Secures Garmin Edge GPS Units To Bicycle Handle Bars

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Item Weight9 g
Item model number010-10725-00
Weight9.1 grams
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Date First AvailableJune 14 2010
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Bike Mount (Replacement)

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa1310edc) out of 5 stars 166 reviews
43 of 44 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa12372e8) out of 5 stars Mount is poorly made to protect such an expensive computer Nov. 1 2008
By D. Kristofferson - Published on
I agree with the other 1 star reviews. The mounting clip breaks after only about 3 months of use when taking the unit on and off your bike. Other people in my bike club have reported similar results and have had $500 Edge 705 units fly off their bike while riding!!! Come on, Garmin, get your act together and make something out of metal that is more durable. The 705 computer is absolutely great, but it is a travesty that it is attached with a 10 cent piece of plastic that can potentially cause the loss of the enitre computer while on the road!!!
20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1484458) out of 5 stars Very Poorly Designed! Oct. 1 2009
By run50 - Published on
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I have now gone through FOUR of these Garmin Edge handlebar mounts. My Edge 705 flew off the bike on one of the mounts while riding down the road as the little tab suddenly broke during a cold weather ride. So I installed a second one that came with the 705. That one broke inside of 2 months. I had 2 more from my old 305, so I put another one on..that one broke, and I put the last one on yesterday, and it broke today. This is ridiculous. They all break at the same point, the small plastic tab that you push down to release the Edge from the mount, breaks. It's a very poor design as all the force is applied at the hingepoint of this tab, which is the weakest point in the design and subsequently breaks. And what is really bad, is that Garmin wants $13.50 for a replacement.

I called Garmin Support today about this and spoke to Steven at Customer Service. Told him the problem and he said that he'd had the same problem with his own 705 mount breaking at the same place. He said that Garmin had had some problems with early mounts and that they had come out with a new mount that was more rigid. But when I asked if I could send them 2 of the broken ones for a replacement, he backpedaled saying that the tab was still on the new mounts and that they had strengthened a different area that was causing a problem, not the tab (which still breaks). I said, so will you send me 2 new ones?? Nope...not for free. So I'm out, 4 of these poor mounts and if I want to put the Edge on any of my 3 bikes, then I need 3 of a cost of $13.50 each plus shipping. The Garmin guy tells me "well it's a small plastic tab and if you put a lot of force pushing down on it, it's going to break cause it's plastic!!". I said, look, I've gone through 4 of them, after the first one, I thought the same thing, and now I barely push down on the release tab and it doesn't matter...the hinge of the tab is the weak point of the design and it's going to break. Then he says " you probably shouldn't use the Edge in cold weather, as plastic breaks in cold weather". Where do they get these people???

Kind of gives me a bad taste in my mouth for Garmin.
30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa15b0d98) out of 5 stars If you have more than one bike you need this. June 5 2007
By Ross Heitkamp - Published on
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If you got the Edge GPS, then you already got a mount with that - actually enough parts for mounting on 2 bikes. They work just fine. But, (and thanks to the person who posted the picture) this accessory kit doesn't come with the same parts as the Edge did, as you might expect. It only has one mounting clip so it only good for one more bike.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1740870) out of 5 stars Good as a replacement Aug. 16 2007
By Brian R. Gunn - Published on
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I bought this as a replacement for the mount that was included with my edge after the plastic tab broke off. The mount is not assembled, so it can be put together for mounting on either the handlebars or the stem. This comes exactly as shown in the pictures and without any instructions, but it's easy to figure out how to assemble. I don't know what the big rubber piece is for though as my original one didn't come with that.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa1320a68) out of 5 stars The weak link in the system March 16 2011
By T. Goddard - Published on
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Just adding my one star review to the pile already here. The bracket is basically unsatisfactory. One solution is to stick "Dual-Lock" on the back of your unit and also on the top of your stem and hold the unit on that way. When cycling with the unit mounted to the bracket it is also wise to wrap a rubber band around the unit and the handlebars so that when the bracket fails, you won't lose the computer too.