For others since this is a old question.
Yes this can be mounted just about anywhere, even with some curve on a helmet.
On the side it's up/down and not side to side, which could be easier to mount to get the perfect angle.
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I love this cam.
This is my 2nd Contour cam, 1st being the ContourHD and I really like the upgrades. Now all my friends ask me to get their speed down the slope and since I got 2 cams. I use the pole mount for my ContourHD to get closer and different angles while skiing down slopes or hitting the park.
It's really cool that it comes with a waterproof case.
The Contour cams are easy to use and with Contour+2 its even easier. just slide the button forward and you are recording.
I am much happier with the Contour+2 than the ContourHD due to the GPS and how much easier it is to use.
Got 2 friends with the GoPro cam and they hardly use it, I use mine all the time. Really like how easy it is to mount and how sleak it look on top of the helmet, and not being a huge box high up over the helmet like the GoPro.
I use this in my race car (drag racing) and has attatched it to the cage for a great incar angle and down the track.
It's easy to mount and to adjust to get the angle spot on.
The pole mount is great for adding a new angle and/or get closer to friends yet keeping a safe distance.
Only mount I don't like is the goggle strap mount. On or off the piste, it make my Contour+2 bounce and wiggle.
The rotating flat surface mount was great until I forgot I had the cam ontop of the helmet skiing in the woods. I'm greatful it broke and not the camera.