K-Edge's TT Garmin Mount is a sleek way to attach Garmin EDGE and Forerunner 310XT computers to aero-bar equipped bicycles. CNC'd 6061 T6 Aluminum construction is lightweight and strong, and the replaceable locking mechanism is secure and reliable thanks to an extensively tested copolymer insert that's designed to breakaway in case of a crash instead of damaging the mounting points on the computer body.
Available in multiple colors. Made in USA. Compatible with Garmin Edge and Forerunner 310XT computers. Clamp diameter is 22.2 mm. Claimed weight is 37.5 g.
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Black - 22.2MM
Mfg PartNum: K13-510-BLK
If you have a larger bike computer it can be difficult to turn it between the aero bars. With this mount you actually turn the mount to lock the computer in.
The K-Edge TT mount for Garmin offers a few advantages over the other products on the market. It is made well from alloy which perhaps adds a few grams over plastic but the difference is not significant. Unlike the normal riding position on the road bike where one has numerous hand positions on the bars and can move your head freely, when in the aero position on the TT bike vision is limited primarily to looking forward and a glance down at your head unit to see your metrics. The K-Edge mount also positions the head unit (computer) slightly below the upper plane of the aero bars which may slightly decrease wind drag. It took a few try to find the exact position that worked best for me while on the aero bars. Once that was established however it is second nature to glance down to see the display. Access to the side buttons on the Garmin Edge 520 is restricted compared to when the unit is mounted on my road bike but that too is a minor issue. Overall I find that the K-Edge mount is well suited for the intended application.
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