- Samsung S3 / S4 mounted to your bike?
I love this for my phone;
I use it for exploring OS maps on my phone when I’m MTBing. My S3 fits in nice and snug as well as space for spare inner tube/multi tool/tube patches etc. The only thing you might find with it is that you have to look down quite a bit to see the screen – it’s not as easy to view the screen as a mount above the handlebars. You can still use the phones touch screen too and I’d say it’s shower proof, but have taken the phone out in torrential rain.
For a bigger phone I’d get the next model up, Navigator IIIPosted 4 years agoantigeeMember
I considered it when I lost my polar but battery life is the problem – I use sports-tracker to log my rides just because I’ve used it for a while – like strava I think its runs without the screen on so battery life is ok for say a 6hr ride and you can look at average speed etc afterwards – anything that means having the screen on will show how unsmart these phones arePosted 4 years agoalandavidpetrie79Member
The more I think about shelling out lots of hard earned on a GPS for my bike, the more I think why don’t I just use my mobile?
I can use Strava or Endemondo to do much the same right?
Only really want to know distance, current & average speed.
Anyone do this already?
What mount should I go for? – Loads on eBay……
Alan.Posted 4 years ago
The topic ‘Samsung S3 / S4 mounted to your bike?’ is closed to new replies.