So, you just paid hundreds for the piece of electronics that's attached to your bike. Why would you not pay a little bit more to protect your investment? The G-SAVR was invented out of necessity. I'm a long-time cat. 1 cyclist and I've lost three Garmin edge units in races due to broken tabs. I decided that I couldn't wait on Garmin to provide an adequate solution, so I came up with one myself. The G-SAVR is small and simple: it's only 6.5 inches long and 0.5 inches wide. Depending on how it's attached, it's nearly nonexistent. But when the time comes for your bike computer to eject itself from your bike (and that time will come) you will have a last-resort safety measure! G-SAVR: Because Garmin tabs break and Garmin tethers suck. G-SAVR installation instructions – 1. Unclip one end of the G-SAVR from the other. Attach the thread loop end of the G-SAVR to your Garmin edge, go pro or other piece of electronics. 2. Move the black plastic buckle on the lanyard towards the clip end. 3. Secure the lanyard to your bike. I prefer to attach it to a brake or shifter cable but your mileage may vary. 4. Cinch down the black plastic buckle snugly so that it tightens the lanyard to the bike. 5. Connect the electronics into its respective mounting device. 6. Clip the two ends of the G-SAVR together. 7. Enjoy using your electronic device while knowing that it's safely attached. Note: Garmin and go pro in product images are not included. Once installed, it remains nearly completely out of view.
- Product Dimensions: 0.5 x 2 x 6 inches ; 0.32 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1 ounces
- ASIN: B01G6IUGB2