GoPro Suction Cup Mount
Attach your GoPro to cars, boats, motorcycles and more
Our take on the GoPro Suction Cup Mount by Crutchfield's Deia Z.
This industrial-strength suction cup mount from GoPro is engineered for stability. Proven at speeds of 150+ mph, it lets you attach your GoPro action camera to cars, boats, motorcycles, and more. Adjustable arms provide a broad range of motion. Attach to a clean surface for best results.
- suction cup mount for GoPro action cameras
- Compatible with all GoPro action cameras
- industrial strength mount proven at speeds of 150+ mph
- attaches camera to cars, boats, motorcycles and more
- adjustable arms allow for stability and a broad range of motion
- included quick release bases make it easy to move the camera between different shots and locations
- includes suction cup, adjustable arms, standard base, 2 quick release bases, and drawstring bag
- 3-3/8" diameter x 2"H
- weight: 10.2 oz.
- warranty: 1 year
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- Suction cup with quick release base
- Curved extension arm with quick release base
- Low profile arm
- 90-degree Arm
- Drawstring storage pouch
Does a good job but is a little big.
Alan L, san diego, CA
GoPro Suction Cup Mount Reviews
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Overview: The GoPro Suction Cup mount is designed to attach a GoPro camera to a vehicle, boat, motorcycle, or other fast moving object. It is not intended for snowboarding, snowmobiling, surfing, kayaking, or other high-impact sports.
Suction Cup: The Suction Cup mount uses an industrial strength clear rubber suction cup with a diameter of 3-3/8". It is designed to be attached to a rigid, clean, dry, smooth, non-textured surface. It has been proven to hold fast at speeds of over 150 miles per hour. The suction cup features a press and lock lever action to set the mount to the surface.
Types of Camera Mounts: The GoPro Suction Cup mount includes both Quick Release and Standard GoPro mounts. The Quick Release base lets you quickly and conveniently move your GoPro action camera from location to location. The tiltable Standard GoPro mount is a more permanent mount, requiring the use of the included thumb screws.
Included Parts: The Suction Cup mount includes a short, low-profile arm for tight places, and a long, curved extension arm for more versatility and wider range of motion. A 90° bent arm lets you aim the camera at a different angle than the standard mounting arm. The Suction Cup mount and all of its accessories can be conveniently stored in the included drawstring pouch.
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Why did you buy this?
to take action footage with a car [ Carl Sep 02, 2018 ]
I wanted the original go pro mount for mounting on my car just felt safer [ ROBERT Dec 13, 2017 ]
Document my road trip! [ Michael Jun 26, 2017 ]
videoing some porsche moments [ Franklin Dec 02, 2016 ]
i don't know, it sounded good. [ Mihai May 04, 2016 ]
GoPro brand can't be beat for the dash mount. [ Bradley Mar 28, 2016 ]
For recording video in my car on the track. [ Scott Feb 11, 2016 ]
I will use the camera for storm chasing [ G Feb 11, 2016 ]
I needed a dash cam to use on my sales routes. Plus I have been wanting to get one of these to use on my family vacations, and outside activities with my kids. The price for the camera and mount together are perfect for my budget. [ Daniel Feb 09, 2016 ]
1 question already asked
Yes. The suction cup mount includes several different arms to choose from. Take the long arm off and mount the short attachment. The camera can be mounted on a vertical surface like a windshield (upside down) or a back glass (right side up). The good thing about the GoPro is it automatically detects its orientation so you don't have to edit the video later. Just shot both different shots mentioned above this past weekend. [ Henry Mar 27, 2017 ]
Yes, but it takes a bit of trial and error. I got one and put it on the side of my truck and worked with it for a bit. I used mine ib a rain storm and it held up well. [ F Mitchell Mar 25, 2017 ]