Talk:Homemade GPS Mounts

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My homemade bike handlebar mount consists of rubber bands strapping the GPS to the front light Welshie 15:55, 27 Jan 2006 (GMT)


Here is how I mounted my TomTom RIDER on my car, before the announced rider car-mounting kit was available from TomTom: http://www.ilpiola.it/roberto/tomtom/alternaterider.asp Roberto@ilpiola.it


I have a PDA/GPS mount similar to OJW's that came from one of the Pound shops. It can be mounted with an adhesive mount on the dash or plugged into the lighter, but that will deprive you of a power source unless you have a multi-way power adaptor. Those may also be available from cheap shops. I'm using antenna that cost me a tenner on ebay for my Acer n35 PDA. Works nicely behind the rear view mirror. It has a magnet to allow it to go on the roof, but I don't want to leave in on there. Steevc 14:33, 1 November 2006 (UTC)