Busch + Müller Universal Cockpit Adapter - 261

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Perfectly suited to the new dynamo powered charging device E-WERK is a new accessory: the Universal Cockpit Adapter. Quickly and easily mounted on the handlebar, no tools needed, the adapter safely holds mobile phones or GPS units even on the bumpiest road - keeping everything in the cyclist's field of vision. The retaining clamps of the adapter close around devices of variable width (45 to 115 mm). Thick cellular rubber coating on all contact areas of the holder cushions shocks and prevents scratches even on the most sensitive surface. The adapter opens gently upon pressing the rear release button. The holder's inclination can be adjusted variably, thereby offering optimal visibility for every kind of display. An opening at the bottom of the adapter provides enough space to connect cables, so that power supply for inserted devices is ensured at all times, e.g. from the revolutionary charger E-WERK.
Included in delivery: cockpit adapter incl. mount
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Product Name: Busch + Müller Universal Cockpit Adapter - 261
Manufacturer: Busch + Müller
Item Code: BUS112596
device brackets: Bike Mounts
device accessories: Adapters
Model year: 2020
weight: 103g
manufacturer item code: 261
Manufacturer page: http://www.bumm.de
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Super funktional,vor allem für diesen Preis.Sehr flexibel anwendbar.Dauertest steht noch aus,bin aber jetzt nach mehreren Kilometern sehr zufrieden.
Works sort of OK. Very adjustable, fits most phones. Alas, it's hard getting the (zip-tie-like) steerer connector tight enough, which means the holder can shift if you hit a speed bump or such. Also, the ratchet mechanism for closing is flimsy; the release button soon stopped working. I have seen a very similiar holder under diffent brand; probably B&M in this particular case (they make good stuff otherwise) just re-brand some existing no-name holder.
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