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Contour Moto Mounts

Contour sports camera mounts for motor sports

Item # 806MOTO

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If you're shooting almost any wheeled subject that involves a motor, Contour has put together a collection of mounts specific to your passion. Included in the bundle are a suction cup mount for attaching the camera to windshields, two adhesive profile mounts (right and left), an adhesive rotating flat surface mount, and a flex strap mount for attaching the camera securely to a roll bar or handlebar. Plus, stow everything securely in an included weatherproof carry bag.

Product Highlights:

  • for all Contour sports camcorders
  • kit includes:
    • rotating flat surface mount
    • flex strap mount
    • left and right adhesive profile mounts
    • suction cup mount
    • weatherproof carry bag
  • warranty: 180 days
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

What's in the Box:

  • Contour Camera suction cup base
  • Suction cup mount U-shaped bracket
  • Suction cup mount tripod head bracket
  • Self-adhesive left Profile mount
  • Self-adhesive right Profile mount
  • Flex Strap mount
  • Soft storage pouch
  • Profile Mount Directions
  • Suction Cup Mount Directions
  • Flex Strap Mount Directions
  • Rotating Flat Mount Directions

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Overview: The Contour Moto Mounts allow you to mount your Contour camera on your motorcycle helmet, motorcycle handlebar or frame tube, or to the windshield or body of a vehicle. The package contains five different mounts that can be used as you ride or drive: the Suction Cup mount, Rotating Flat mount, left and right Profile mounts, and a Flex Strap mount. A soft storage pouch is included to keep the mounts together when not in use.

Mount Descriptions:

  • Suction Cup Mount: A large 3-1/4" diameter suction cup firmly grips your windshield or another non-porous flat surface, with a U-shaped bracket that fits into the mounting grooves of the Contour camera. The base has an adjustable arm that rotates approximately 180°, and the U-shaped bracket is on a ball-and-socket fitting that can swivel 360°.
  • Rotating Flat Mount: A self-adhesive camera mount that fastens to a flat or slightly curved surface. You can rotate the mount to adjust the camera angle and lock it into place.
  • Profile Mounts: Two self-adhesive camera mounts, one pointing to the left and the other to the right, that can be attached to either side of a helmet or other flat or sloped surface.
  • Flex Strap Mount: A camera mount that fastens to a roll bar or tube with flexible straps. You can rotate the mount to adjust the camera angle.

TRail System: The rail-and-groove TRail system camera mounts let you slide the camera onto the bracket quickly, and easily remove it when you're ready.

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Staff Reviews

Product reviews from the Crutchfield Labs

Made for the road

Written by Ralph Graves, Staff Writer - Creative, on 7/10/2012 10:23:00 AM

This kit has everything necessary to shoot point-of-view videos with your Contour camcorder — from your motorcycle, dirtbike or ATV. It has three different mounts that you can secure to your helmet. There's also a strong rubber strap for attaching the camcorder to a handlebar or a rod. The rubber has a rough surface, ensuring it won't slip on the smooth metal of the bar (providing the strap's cinched tight, of course).

Most impressive to me, though, is the windshield mount. The suction cup is industrial strength — once I locked it down, I could not pull it off. The mount's made of high-impact plastic and metal, and the joints are easy to secure tightly. Be sure to mount this on a clean windshield, and your Contour should make it to the end of the ride — no matter how rough it gets.

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