K-Edge Go Big GoPro Camera Adapter
K-EDGE GO BIG Adapter Mount is a universal mount designed to lock your GoPro™ camera securely to whatever you’d like.
Top Features of the K-Edge Go Big GoPro Camera Adapter
- Made in the USA. CNC Machined 6061 T6 Aluminum
- Weight – 11 grams, super light, super strong
- Low profile design minimises camera shake and mounts low and stable for best sports performance
- Compatibility – hole spacing 1”, countersunk for M4 flat head socket screw, M5 bolt for camera attachment included
- Lifetime Guarantee – if you break it, K-Edge will replace it
- Anodized Colours: Gun Metal, Red, Black
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This is the same secure GoPro™ attachment system that K-Edge's handlebar and saddle rail mounts use. Screw, bolt, or rivet, you’ve got a rock solid mount to attach your GoPro™ camera.
This is an elite level cycling camera mount by the makers of the K-EDGE Chain Catcher, chosen by the world’s best cyclists to ensure success in the Tour de France or your next ride. Go big or go home - but don’t go without a bomb-proof KEDGE GO BIG Mount for your GoPro™ camera!
About Helmet Cameras
Helmet or handlebar cameras allow you to capture film footage whilst maintaining full control of the bike, they fit via straps around the vents in your helmet or around you handlebars, or capture those behind you by fitting it to your seat post. They are extremely simple to use with storage via a SD card, you can then copy the footage onto your pc, edit and burn to disk to keep and share. At Wiggle we often take out the staff cam and host the footage on the wiggle blog, known as the bloggle, you can view this on the staff cam footage page
All electrical goods sold on wiggle that come with a mains power supply are supplied with a UK plug. Please check the product description to see if any other plugs are known to be included in the box, otherwise you may need an adapter for use in your country. Most power adapters will accept 110-240 Volts.
About the K-Edge brand
K-Edge Cycling Solutions brand was born from one simple product, Kristin Armstrong’s Chain Catcher - later to be called K-Edge Chain Catcher. The K-Edge Chain Catcher is a purposeful design that was engineered for a single goal: help Kristin Armstrong win the Gold at the 2008 Olympic Games. While we wouldn’t be so arrogant to suggest the K-Edge was the reason Kristin took gold, it’s a common sense design that provides functional and mental advantages for high performance cyclists. The K-Edge is also perfect for anyone who likes to keep their chain in place, improve shifting performance, and protect their frame from damage caused by a derailed chain.
The delivery options available for shipping this product along with the contents of your basket to USA are:
- Standard Delivery: Estimated Delivery within 8 working days – $14.80
Spend $65.61 more to qualify for free delivery
- Priority International Delivery: Estimated delivery within 6 working days - $21.33
- Tracked Courier Delivery: Estimated delivery within 4 working days - $34.53
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Goods are shipped from the UK. Does not include delivery charges, local taxes or import duties, if applicable.
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