Burger Tuning BMW GoPro Mount

electromage

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Not unless you're one of "those" people that wears a BMW baseball cap and matching golf shirt...
This has got to be one of the most pointless things ever. Suction cup mount, man. And boy would I love to know how someone could suck at life so bad that they find suction mounts and double-sided tape to be "unreliable"
 
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still I would use this more comfortably than suction mount...
 

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I know suction mounts work, but for a long trip I'd be a lot more confident in this. Also, it would be invisible to the driver, and not risk scratching the paint. A friend has indicated that he's buying one, so I guess I'll get to see how it works.
 

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Who videos a long trip? Wow, I'd sure hate to be that guy's kids when he breaks out the "home movies" after Sunday dinner...
 

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Who videos a long trip? Wow, I'd sure hate to be that guy's kids when he breaks out the "home movies" after Sunday dinner...

Uh, so I don't have to start and stop constantly... you've heard of editing right?
 
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