A small flaw is at just 20g, the Garmin 810 tends to vibrate slightly — a minor niggle for this otherwise great upgrade.
Beautifully machined and finished
Slight vibration from an 810 Garmin
KCNC’s take on the Garmin mount is typical of the Tiawanese company — it’s beautifully machined and finished, while the design has had plenty of thought go into it.
A single bolt mounts the slim clamp and allows the reach to be adjusted, while a separate knuckle adjusts the angle, giving it the best adaptability on the market.
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