i phone 4 mount

Discussion in 'Equipment' started by sierraoffroad, Jan 27, 2014.

  1. patmo

    patmo Been here awhile

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    Are you sure your auto lock is not set for 5 minutes? Can find this in your general settings.
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  2. bicyclebradley

    bicyclebradley V-Twin

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    extreme heat will make the device shut off. ive left mine out in a summer patio table in direct sunlight and it gives a warming that its overheating, then shuts off...
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  3. KoolBreeze

    KoolBreeze Been here awhile

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    Buy a Lifeproof case and sit it in a small clear pelican case full of water. zip tie to handlebar.

    :rofl
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  4. KoolBreeze

    KoolBreeze Been here awhile

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    I've had this happen on an iPhone 4... 114 degrees out, something's bound to heat up.

    I have a sun shield for my GPS, think I could rig one up for my phone too.
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  5. Hikertrash

    Hikertrash Long timer

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    Yeah, I'm sure. I get the overheat triangle warning. Even my 1200GSA overheats here. AZ should be the proving ground for adventure gear. If it'll work here, then it'll work almost anywhere. Unfortunately most gear doesn't last in the AZ summer sun/heat.
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  6. sierraoffroad

    sierraoffroad Long timer

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    Genius that's brilliant!!! :rofl
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  7. Mongo357

    Mongo357 Been here awhile

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    I second the zip-ties! I didn't need the ziplock bag full of water, though.

    I carry some heavy duty zip-ties and strap the thing to the handlebar clamps. Works great for me - plus I hate all the RAM mounts and "robot arms" on the handlebars.
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