Arkon GPS032 Handlebar Mount

Arkon GPS032 Handlebar Mount

The Arkon GPS032 is compatible with various Magellan GPS, Garmin, and TomTom devices and comes with a mounting package, which includes a water-resistant GPS holder. The swivel-ball adapter head can rotate 360-degrees, and this provides the ultimate flexibility, which allows you to view the mounted devices from any angle. Best of all is that the water-resistant casing has a touch-compatible plastic that allows you to use touch-enabled GPS devices with the case.

Product Features

The Arkon GPS032 Handlebar mount was introduced in the market in 2011, and has garnered support from adrenalin enthusiasts across the world. To date, few companies have stepped up to the plate to rival the ingenuity of Arkon’s GPS032 handlebar mount. Here are the features you can expect from the Arkon GPS032:

  • Weighs 113g
  • Colored screen
  • 5 inches
  • Perfect size with dimensions at 20.3x15.2x5.1 cm
  • Water-resistant case with a zipper that allows for easy operation
  • Ideal for GPS and devices with screen sizes of up to 4.3 inches
  • Cable access slot
  • Foam inserts for securing smartphones of various sizes
  • Two years limited warranty

 The Arkon GPS032 Handlebar can mount on a wide range of transportation devices ranging from bicycles, golf carts, ATVs, wheelchairs, hang gliders, motorcycles, as well as anything with cylindrical handlebars no more than the 33mm in diameter and no less than 25.4 mm. Since not all GPS and smartphones are created equal, the GPS holder has various foam inserts that acts as support to ensure that your devices do not move in the water-resistant casing as you ride.

If you are an adrenaline addict with an insatiable love of exploring new areas, Arkon GPS032 handlebar mount is the perfect device with hardly any rivals in the market. It is available on Amazon and various other e-commercial sites, and depending on the part of the world you live in, you can have the Arkon GPS032 handlebar mount delivered to your location within five working days.

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