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Just wondering what you guys to use to hold your cell phones. Any good suggestions for clips that mount to the handlebar? I typically ride with my phone on my hip using the Otterbox, but I looked over my shoulder to lane change yesterday, and somehow knocked the phone out of its holder @ 60mph. Needless to say, ruined my day, and an Iphone 6. Lol. Thanks for the input!
 

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Just wondering what you guys to use to hold your cell phones. Any good suggestions for clips that mount to the handlebar? I typically ride with my phone on my hip using the Otterbox, but I looked over my shoulder to lane change yesterday, and somehow knocked the phone out of its holder @ 60mph. Needless to say, ruined my day, and an Iphone 6. Lol. Thanks for the input!

I highly recommend the RAM phone mounts (http://www.rammount.com/products/phones). Great quality.


This is the kit I ordered:
Note: This particular kit was not exactly made for the R3 because the center piece doesn't have a hole, so I had to get a longer screw and mount it on the handle bar, but they make kits specifically for the handle bar.
 

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Brilliant Idea Dash123! What would our forum do without your keen insight? But, the reason for having a "dash" mount is mainly for GPS reasons knucklehead
 

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I've always been weary about these holders, i would hate for my phone to lose grip at 60 mph.
Anyone that has one, how is the grip with an iphone 6 plus?
 

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I've always been weary about these holders, i would hate for my phone to lose grip at 60 mph.
Anyone that has one, how is the grip with an iphone 6 plus?
The phone in the picture isn't my personal phone. I have an IPhone 5 (without a case). The holder is adjustable to the size of the phone. I plan to upgrade soon to the Iphone 6S and it will still fit just fine. The Iphone 6 plus is the same size as the phone in the picture (plus a case). The holder works nice. Very secure. I have been upwards of 70-80 mph and the phone stayed secure. Also, in stop-go-stop-go traffic the phone stayed in place and over bumps, etc. Before installing the mount on my bike, I put my phone in the holder and swung it around really hard around the house lol.. that thing is not going to budge. Also, the ball part is removable, so you can easily loosen and take off if you do not want to keep it on your bike when not in use. Takes literally 30 seconds.
 
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