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    What is the best place to mount your smartphone?

    I was trying to find the best place to mount my iPhone on my C600 Sport.
    They have mirror mounts, Break fluid reservoir mounts and ball socket mounts...
    Has anyone added one to their bike?
    what would be the best place for it?

    Thanks in advance for your help...


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    I am very happy with break fluid reservoir mounts. Coffee cup on the right RAM post and iPhone on the left post, both on the left reservoir.

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    Cool

    Wife's 650 has a Garmin 665 on a BMW mount, phone paired with nav and helmet so it stays in left storage compartment hooked to charger
    I'am VERY Leary of mounting any phone where it could get knocked off

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    Ditto on the brake reservoir mount. Had mine for a few weeks now and it's perfect.

    http://www.motorcyclelarry.com/index...roducts_id=149

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    I mount mine in my inside jacket pocket. Best place, by far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    I mount mine in my inside jacket pocket. Best place, by far.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    I mount mine in my inside jacket pocket. Best place, by far.
    I agree why do you need to see it. Just answer it with the voice answer with your bluetooth in your helmet. If you are afraid of someone is looking for you then turn it off
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommcgee View Post
    I mount mine in my inside jacket pocket. Best place, by far.
    Tragically late but emphatically correct.

    +1

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    I mount mine in my bags with power turned off. It increases the overall performance of the bike and rider unit by well over 100%.
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    Thanks, that was my original idea ...however my annoying new boss sometimes need to reach me on the dive home.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chewbacca View Post
    i mount mine in my bags with power turned off. It increases the overall performance of the bike and rider unit by well over 100%.
    +1


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    Quote Originally Posted by davidh70 View Post
    Ditto on the brake reservoir mount. Had mine for a few weeks now and it's perfect.

    http://www.motorcyclelarry.com/index...roducts_id=149
    Thank you , this woud work!

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    I use the iPhone for GPS (TomTom) and music thru Scala. Great multifunction tool. If only interested in phone, pocket works fine ;-). For those with the luxury to turn your phone completely off, well I still use the GPS as I directionally challenged and am always seeking the road less travelled...

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    Inside jacket pocket, for another reason not yet mentioned: So you have a way to call for help after an accident.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JamesInCA View Post
    Inside jacket pocket, for another reason not yet mentioned: So you have a way to call for help after an accident.
    +1
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