SRAM launch Quickview computer mount

Now it's SRAM's turn to get in on the Garmin alternative mount game

by David Arthur @davearthur   November 11, 2012  

There must be something in the air this week. No sooner had we published our roundup of alternative mounts for the Garmin Edge 200/500/800 GPS computers than SRAM released details of their own computer mount. It seems the computer mount battle is hotting up. Who'd have thought?

The Quickview Computer Mount uses a design similar to others on the market with an off-set clamp design that aligns the computer directly in front of the stem, thus clearing your handlebars/stem of clutter and placing the computer in a more forward position that is arguably easier to read when you're actually riding.

SRAM say the Quickview is compatible with computers with 1/4 turn twist lock interface and a 31.8mm bar surface. So that's the Garmin then, Bryton and Quarq power meter. The fact SRAM have sent us photos of the mount with a Garmin Edge 500 installed leads us to suspect it's clearly aimed at Garmin users... There are a lot of them about.

They've made it from a composite material with a single T25 stainless steel bolt clamping it in place, and it weighs just 20g. No details on a UK price just yet, (we've asked) but Garmin have released suggested Euro and Dollar prices of €18 and $20 respectively.

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This looks a lot neater than the Garmin version I have on order, any idea on price whilst I'm still in a position to cancel? Wink

posted by NigelL [31 posts]
10th November 2012 - 21:59


Looks smart. +1 re price.

In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice, but in practice...

posted by notfastenough [3722 posts]
11th November 2012 - 13:07


I've seen £12.99 mentioned somewhere about this...

posted by Winton [69 posts]
11th November 2012 - 14:45


Just added the pricing info we have from SRAM, we've asked for a UK price but it should be somewhere in line with the euro and dollar prices

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posted by Tony Farrelly [4201 posts]
11th November 2012 - 20:11


Doh ! Just bought a K-Edge... But it IS red...


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posted by matt_fantastic [85 posts]
11th November 2012 - 20:33


The original works well enough for me.

posted by malmesburyclarioncc [26 posts]
11th November 2012 - 22:54


Mine was on back order from Wiggle for a while but has just arrived. Looks like good value for money compared to the alternatives. And I does (tightly) fit my Bryton 40 as well (so should fit a 20 and 30/35 too). My only complaint is that they have used a Torx screw! In the cycling world we already have a pseudo standard, and it isn't Torx screws! Surely SRAM know this? I'm going to have to see whether I can find a work around tool rather than going out to buy a Torx set Sad that complaint aside, I'd say this is a very viable alternative.

posted by maldin [59 posts]
3rd April 2013 - 16:09