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BuyBits Hardwire Powered Motorcycle M8/M10 Hole Mirror Mount Dock Holder for TomTom Urban Rider (sku 32917)

SKU: 32917
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Product Description

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Utilise a convenient M8 or M10 fixing on your bike.  Designed to fit between mirror stem and handlebar, an attachment for fairing struts or to any workable M8 / M10 bolt. Useful for some motorcycles where traditional mounting options are not an option.

Includes the exclusive BuyBits powered dock suitable for the TomTom Rider 2, Urban Rider & Rider PRO satnav systems.
Dock has been designed as a replacement to your original dock. Fused - accessible replaceable fuse.
Bundle comes complete with a direct to battery hardwire charger
Dock is waterproof.
CE Approved & FCC Approved
3 inch arm held on ratcheted adjuster offering 180 degrees swivel.

What's included?
1 x M8/M10 mount base
1 x BuyButs powered dock for TomTom Rider 2, Urban Rider & Rider PRO
1 x TomTom battery charging cable

Additional Information

Additional Information

Bullet 1 Includes the BuyBits exclusive powered dock / holder & battery hardwire charger for the TomTom Urban Rider motorcycle gps satnav
Bullet 2 Utilise a convenient M8 or M10 fixing on your bike. Useful for some motorcycles where traditional mounting options are not an option.
Bullet 3 Designed to fit between mirror stem and handlebar, an attachment for fairing struts or to any workable M8 / M10 bolt.
Bullet 4 Comes complete with charger to power directly from your bikes battery
Bullet 5 CE & FCC approved
Manufacturer BuyBits
Fits Tomtom TomTom URBAN RIDER
Brand TomTom
Mounting Type Mirror
Colour Black
EAN DNU No

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