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    Re: Quadlock review

    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyMac View Post
    Great review Oli, thanks for taking the time to do this. Although I don't use a phone on my HP4 this would make a great solution to my recent BMW SatNav fail on my GSA.

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    Thank you Jimmy, itís a pleasure!

    Th Quadlock Moto mount would certainly make for a great setup on your GSA, Soof has one on his and likes them too.

    That being said, nothing beats your gaffa tape/map setup lol ...

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    Re: Quadlock review

    Quote Originally Posted by Oli View Post
    Thank you Jimmy, it’s a pleasure!

    Th Quadlock Moto mount would certainly make for a great setup on your GSA, Soof has one on his and likes them too.

    That being said, nothing beats your gaffa tape/map setup lol ...
    Like Bear Grylls on two wheels Oli, keeping it simple, lol.

    JimmyMac

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    Re: Quadlock review

    Fwiw. Quadlock have finally released a ramball mount.

    https://www.quadlockcase.co.uk/colle...tor-motorcycle

    - Alex

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    Re: Quadlock review

    Quote Originally Posted by alex View Post
    Fwiw. Quadlock have finally released a ramball mount.


    https://www.quadlockcase.co.uk/colle...tor-motorcycle

    - Alex
    Yes, was meaning to post. Bought it a couple of weeks ago.
    Got quadlock in car, on cycle & now RR.
    Brilliant piece of kit.

    Use it with Waze navigation on every journey, irrespective of if I know the route or not.
    Know in advance of speed restrictions, accidents, when Iím going to have to filter & police presence.

    Thought it would be a distraction & hence a safety concern , but so far, thatís not been the case. Itís also useful for checking the speed limit on a particular stretch of road if you missed the sign ( yeah, I know, poor obs).

    At steady speeds, the speed limit on Waze is more accurate than the speedo too, useful when setting cruise in average speed zones.

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    Hmm maybe I will move to Waze... With London speed limits changing every 10seconds its hard to keep up with!

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    Re: Quadlock review

    Waze is excellent, the only thing I wish they would implement is offline maps to save on data usage etc


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    Re: Quadlock review

    Quote Originally Posted by Oli View Post
    Waze is excellent, the only thing I wish they would implement is offline maps to save on data usage etc


    - Oli
    @Oli, mobile data usage is becoming cheaper for the provider. Not sure which network you are on, but if you call them & politely discuss that you are exploring other options because of data restrictions, you may be surprised about the outcome.
    I managed 1gb to 10gb & a price reduction with unlimited calls for circa £15/month with EE.
    I regularly maxed the 1G, but use Waze daily ( and other educational adult websites...) & have never got close to 10gb.
    Data is never an issue, battery life without a usb supply usually is.
    You have an iPhone X, so water ingress is not an issue either.
    I use mine in portrait, rather than landscape to see more of the road ahead.

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