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  1. #11
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    Aug 2009


    Quote Originally Posted by thomllama View Post
    that looks pretty rugged there Chaos,.. my only issue,.. if you crash, and get really hurt to get to the phone and use it might be impossible. where attached to the shoulder strap of a pack it's always with you, isn't going to get damage (the indent in muscles between your chest and shoulder isn't a place you land on ) and can be used easily even if injured... Just saying. It has happened to me and the bike was WAY to far away after for me to be able to call out on if the phone was attached to it not me.
    Good point...

  2. #12
    Join Date
    Dec 2008


    here's my rig... it's an older belt clip from my old G3 phone but with the bungie it still works (use the bungie either way.) the case is actually a "Body Armor" brand case which is the exact same thing as Otter box units but only cost 5 bucks on Amazon or Fleabay, and I've even interchanged the cases and outer skins between the 2 (actually I think that is my true Otterbox hard plastic with the orange Body Armor rubber skin)

    the belt clip I snapped off the stock plastic one as the thing is friggin WAY to big and thick and makes the thing stick out and bobble around, just screwed a regular tape measure one on there and poof, sweet as can be, even clicks and stays in place when turned... works WAY better than the plastic crappy one that comes on it.

    easy to get to if needed, don't even notice it there when riding, safe if in a acct/crash.. open and well exposed for sat and cell signals.. just really can't think of a better setup to ride with a phone, Iphone or Droid or even a regular GPS
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