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K-Edge Adjustable Stem Computer-GPS Mount

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Description

This mount allows you securely mount your GPS computer above your stem, in the centre of your bars. It is great for negative stems, short stems or stems that don't let your computer sit at the right angle. It is held in place by your top cap and fits just like a 5mm spacer would.

Features:

  • Weighs only 25 grams
  • Available to suit Garmin, Wahoo and Cateye
  • Available in various colours
  • Fits a 1 1/8in steerer tube
  • Lifetime Guarantee against material or manufacturer defects. Damages due to abuse or crashing excluded.
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K-Edge Adjustable Stem Computer-GPS MountKDGJSTSTMT
Black - Cateye857710005029
Black - Garmin858953003483
Black - Lezyne850934007633
Black - Wahoo Bolt-Elemnt857710005722

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