Looking for a great out-front mount for your Bryton bike computer? Check out the KOM cycling Bryton specific mount. The Garmin and Bryton mounts may look similar, but they are actually a bit different and often people have trouble using Bryton with a Garmin mount. I’ve had my KOM cycling mount for over a year now and really like it. Have a look:
Before I got this out-front mount I was mounting on the stem of my bike. It seemed fine at the time, but I really wanted to check out the out-front mounts that are popular. I’m really glad that I did. While the computer doesn’t seem that much more forward, it is way more comfortable to look at, and it keeps you looking more forward for safety. Here are some of the specs on the KOM:
Compatible with most Bryton computers including the One, 10, 15, 310, 330, 410, 420, 450, and 530. Probably just doesn’t work with the aero which has its own unique mount.
Hinged opening for easy installation and spacers for 22.2mm and 25.4mm handlebars.
Weighs only 24 grams.
Made from some sort of plastic so it has some flex, but it’s been no issue with my 420 as it holds steady.
Don’t make the mistake of buying a Garmin mount for your Bryton, get yours today at Amazon:
KOM Cycling Bryton Mount Compatible with Multiple Bryton Computers – AMAZON
A great improvement over the stock mount.
Be sure to check out our review of the Bryton if you are looking for a great computer:
Best budget bike GPS computer Bryton review – Frugal Average Bicyclist