Packing shot of the Tigra iPhone bike mount
Tigra iPhone bike mount on the handlebarsTigra bike mount showing that you can clearly see the iPhoneSide view of the mounting system of the TigraShows how the case provides water protectionYou have full access to the Camera

iPhone 4/4S bike mount

4.33 out of 5
(3 customer reviews)

£29.95

Mount your iPhone to your bike handlebars.

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Product Description

The Tigra iPhone Bike Mount allows you to use your iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S on your bike for directions and as a bike computer. It is a waterproof mount that has been thoroughly tested to keep the iPhone secure on even the most bumpy bike rides.

Quick to install and to slide the iPhone out

The mount is installed in minutes using the supplied Allen Key. After you’ve reached your destination you can slide the iPhone out to take with you. It fits most sized handlebars and I’ve personally tested it and used it on road bikes, mountain bikes and hybrid bikes.

Secure and waterproof bike mount

Having personally tested this over 100′s of miles during road rides and off-road rides, the mount has always stood strong and never shown signs of coming lose. It has kept my iPhone dry better than any other mount I’ve tested to date.

Keep your iPhone charged on long rides

The Tigra iPhone bike mount has a port to allow you to charge your iPhone while it is mounted to your handlebars by combining it with a portable charger such as the Veho Pebble. This is excellent for making sure your iPhone lasts on even the longest or rides.

Swivel design

The swivel design allows you to twist your iPhone 360 degrees.

Fits both the iPhone 3G/3GS and iPhone 4/4S


Note: A number of fake Tigra bike mounts are circulating around the internet. Hence the appearance of videos on YouTube showing water seeping into the mount. Rest assured, this is the official version and doesn’t suffer from the flaws of cheaper copies.

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Brand

Tigra

3 reviews for iPhone 4/4S bike mount

  1. A Stevenson
    5 out of 5

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    iPhone bike mount is great, does exactly what it needs to do – can withstand heavy rain, wind and screen perfectly visible in sun (although have had more rain than sun since getting it!). Touch screen works as it should – should have got this ages ago. Delivery from londoncyclist so prompt & Andreas answered my queries within hours of emailing. Excellent service.

  2. Rob Elliott
    5 out of 5

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    Well, what can I say about this mount?!

    Firstly, the build quality is excellent. I honestly can not fault it.
    Originally when I bought it, I had some issues (performed a tap test, unsuccessfully), however, since then, my confidence has slowly grown with the mount, including going for an 8 mile ride today, in varying wet conditions (from drizzle, nothing, downpour and hail).

    As A Stevenson has said, the touchscreen stays responsive, you can access most parts of the phone, and I’m incredibly impressed by it.

    The only gripe I have, is the new models being released aren’t being released for the 4/4S yet, which I’ll have no hesitation in upgrading to, along with possibly investing in a Veho Pebble.

    Delivery once again was prompt, Andreas supported me with the tap test issue, calming my worries regarding my warranty while he was contacting the manufacturer.

    Thank you for the fantastic mount Andreas, and I look forward to more blogs and product tests/reviews!

  3. Stuart Turnbull
    3 out of 5

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    The mount works well as described in the reviews above, but there a small design flaw that makes a massive impact on the usability of this product.
    The battery pack supplied with the mount connects to the phone via a short lead that lives within the housing. Running bike hub on a 50+ minute ride to work drains the iphone 4s very fast so having the backup power is pretty important. Unfortunately, the wire from the phone needs to go through a very tight bend within the mount box and consequently, creates an upward pressure on the bottom of the phone. Whenever you ride over a bump, the phone gets pressed upwards within the housing and contact is made between the mount and the power button on top of the phone. This results in the phone either asking you if you want to power off or if you’ve set it to never lock, just going black.
    Not a great experience if you’re on a turn by turn unfamiliar route and in a hurry!

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