Perfect Squeeze: Off-Road Phone Mount

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by Mondo-Hondo, May 10, 2016.

  1. Fosters

    Fosters Loner

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    Just completed a 6300 mile a coast to coast to coast trip across the USA perfect squeeze with juicer worked perfectly...all kindsa weather from top of mt Evans to the bottom of Death Valley...camera didn’t die...
    Love this set up!!!
  2. zknezo

    zknezo Been here awhile

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    It does with my iPhone mounted in the perfect grip w/ buzzkill on the F800GSA GSA bar, both on and off road. Killed one camera before this setup and hasn’t happened since!
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  3. DocPFFP

    DocPFFP Adventurer

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    Hey @Mondo-Hondo - I'm running a WunderLINQ on my R1200R and want to use your mount on top of it for a Samsung. Only prob I'm seeing is that the WunderLINQ is M7 bolts in AMP on the front, and you mount up from the back. Other than a RAM mount (do NOT want), what's a love connection here? Can your mount be bolted up through the front somehow?
  4. sodapop

    sodapop Caffeinated

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    Could you put a Buzzkill in between?

    I used a Panavise 684-101 tipper mount with my WunderLINQ:

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  5. DocPFFP

    DocPFFP Adventurer

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    Not doing a Buzz Kill. Did the panavise stay tight? Looking for something that's not going to shift position while riding.
  6. sodapop

    sodapop Caffeinated

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    Yes, it stays tight. There is a finger wheel to adjust tension.
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  7. orrj

    orrj It's about the ride! Supporter

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    Thanks folks! Just in time for my vacation load out.
    Appreciate the customer service, i will be ordering the wife a perfect squeeze shortly.
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  8. dmark84

    dmark84 Adventurer

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    I found this thread after getting frustrated with my X-Grip (the grips and/or elastic tether would always push my phone buttons)

    So I pulled the trigger on a Perfect Squeeze. Well it showed up today and I'm impressed. It's skookum as frig! Thanks Wiley!
  9. dvdrap75

    dvdrap75 n00b

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    ordered by rottweiler and I've been waiting for a month, hondo is late with deliveries ... I hope it will be resolved soon !!
  10. Tremblay

    Tremblay Been here awhile

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    I mean Italy to Montana, USA is a long way for a dog to run/swim/run...
  11. nzrian

    nzrian renegade master Supporter

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    I ordered through Rottweiler as well, been about 6 weeks now, not impressed.
  12. Brutalguyracing

    Brutalguyracing Long timer

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    anyone use the juicer with a s8 phone?
  13. Bruincounselor

    Bruincounselor North Plains Drifter Supporter

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    Yup. Works great.
  14. Brutalguyracing

    Brutalguyracing Long timer

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    Sweet
    Any interference with that stupid button below the volume keys?
  15. Bruincounselor

    Bruincounselor North Plains Drifter Supporter

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    Posts are adjustable, no worries on future fit.
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  16. Mondo-Hondo

    Mondo-Hondo Delusional, but very excited

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    Just a heads up to anyone contemplating our Juiced Squeeze wireless-charging phone mount, we're now shipping the MPP V2 pucks with 10W fast charging and waterproof cable connector (so you can move the mount between bikes more easily).
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  17. Brutalguyracing

    Brutalguyracing Long timer

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    can people who have the old version (not installed yet) trade up?
    any plans to mount a switch to the cable
  18. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT O.G. on da O.C.

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    Got a pic of the "water proof quick disconnect connector" that your juiced model uses to connect to the bikes power ? Will a Google Pixel XL fit ?
    Are these in stock ? I need one asap can't wait six weeks.

    Max
  19. Mondo-Hondo

    Mondo-Hondo Delusional, but very excited

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    The new pucks will fit in the same Juiced Squeeze holder so you can definitely upgrade the puck. Right now we only have pucks that are preinstalled with juiced squeezes, but Moto power Puck has standalone pucks for sale. Right now no plans to add a switch to the cable, but you could add one without too much effort. Or wire it up to a circuit that switches on with the ignition.
  20. Mondo-Hondo

    Mondo-Hondo Delusional, but very excited

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    I don't have a photo handy, but the connector is just used to go from the puck to the long wiring harness. The connector won't plug into anything on your bike. The end of the harness that connects to the bike's power is just two bare wires with a fuse block on it. How it gets wired is up to the user (crimp on connectors and wire to the battery, tap into an ignition-switched circuit, etc.) We have them in stock but in limited quantities, so if you have a trip coming up I'd recommend emailing Adrienne at hondogarage@gmail.com to make sure we can get one out to you in time.