Reviews and Problems with GoPro Roll Bar Mount GRBM30
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No Sure at First, but it is not bad
Eddie, B&H Photo
12 February 2015
Excerpt: Overall I hate Go Pro Products. This has worked pretty well for my RZR. I still find the piece cheap and flimsy? Can they not make another line of products out of metal? The Roll Bar Mount does work on almost any place on my Polaris, so I give it a good rating.
Summary: The mount fits perfectly around the stabilizer on my bow. Holds the camera tight, but you just have to remember to keep the bow aimed down range. This is much easier to attach and remove them other mounts that attach behind the stabilizer. Great purchase.
Summary: Holds the GoPro very steady, with much less engine vibration than anticipated (2-stroke engine and propeller on powered parachute). I docked it one star for a cross-threading problem with one of the studs/thumbscrews. Be careful when starting the thumbscrew on the stud - if it doesn't go smoothly, stop and try again. Walmart's price on this mount was 50% of the price anywhere else.
Summary: Got this mount for my sport bike thinking I was going to use it on the passenger foot peg. After doing a little experimenting I have found tons of places it can be used! It is very strong, and holds on super tight. Once you get it cranked down it will not move. If your thinking about either this or the handlebar mount, I would recommend this one. It is more heavy duty and feels a bit more secure.