The security of metal.
Unlike the relatively clutter-free cockpits of today's road bikes, TT machines still prove to be a bit of a challenge when it comes to efficiently mounting your Garmin Computer. Leave it to the originators of the Chain Catcher to find an intelligent solution, as Idaho's K-Edge took the best attributes of its 31.8mm mount and adapted it to the tight confines of a TT cockpit. The result is the new K-Edge TT Handlebar Computer Mount, which provides a sleek, durable, and secure mounting platform for your Garmin device.
Similar to K-Edge's Chain Catcher, its TT Handlebar Computer Mount was built to be both light and strong. It was CNC-machined from a single block of 6061 T6 aluminum, providing a solid platform for your computer that sits 'below-and-between' your base bar extensions. K-Edge chose to drop the height of its mount so that it was sleek and out of the way, yet would still keep your computer's buttons accessible. This placement provides both a sleek 'wind-cheating' mount for your Garmin, as well as a clear view of your data in a central position. This mount has already proven itself as an invaluable component for several professional teams, as its installation is simpler and more secure than the stock plastic versions could ever afford.
The K-Edge mounts directly to a 22.2mm extension using an all-metal clamp system, with the computer unit locking into the arm with a definitive 'click.' It's compatible with Garmin Edge 810, 800, 510, 500, and 200 GPS bicycle computers. Also, should you manage to somehow break the mount, K-Edge backs all of its products with a lifetime warranty against material or manufacturer defects.
The K-Edge TT Handlebar Computer Mount for Garmin is available in a 22.2mm clamp diameter size and in the colors Black, Gunmetal, and Red. All K-Edge products are manufactured in the USA.
- Machined aluminum
- Easily accessible
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Does the job
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This TT bar mount does the exact same thing as the non-TT version, moving your head unit forward closer to your field of view so you don't have to move your eyes as far from the road. What it also does is hold your unit so the face is flush with the top of the bars. While this does potentially keep the unit out of the way of your arms, it also puts button on a Garmin 500 inbetween the bar and the unit. And chances are your fingers don't fit easily into that space. Hopefully you aren't navigating the unit's menu while riding anyway, but it would still be nice if the mount was usable such that the head unit was held above the plane of the bars.