clicgear gps accessory w/ gps golf guru?

Has anyone tried the gps accessory for the clicgear cart w/ a gps golf guru? It requires a belt clip which the golf guru doesn't come w/. However, I have a case w/ a belt clip. Right now I clip it to my bag but it's awkward to use in that spot. Wondering if anyone's tried it w/ a case that has a clip. Thanks!
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I have the same question
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I cannot attest to it working with a case for the Golf Guru but I use it with a iGolf GPS Caddie II neoprene case-I did need to modify the clip on the neoprene case-it had a lip to ensure it stayed clipped to the belt. I ground the lip off and it works just fine.
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well, i did end up purchasing something. I bought this from rockbottomgolf:
I thought it was an official accessory but it's not. The way rock bottom advertised it they made it seem official. they aren't offering it right now. anyway, with this particular item what you do is stick a connector piece on the back of your gps unit. then, that piece is what connects to the mount. i do wish this was explained before. for those that don't have a gps golf guru, it has a flat back w/o any clips so... this mechanism works well if you're ok w/ essentially gluing something to the back of your unit. i bought it so i just went ahead and attached it. my initial concern was putting it in a case after having this little disc stick out the back. i have a soft shell case for it that i attach to my bag when i walk and it still fits fine (though tighter). my case is a body glove brand for some motorolla phone. sorry don't recall the exact model. the obvious advantage of this system is it can work on many different types of units. disadvantage being you will probably leave a mark at the least on the back of your unit and if you have a molded case you're screwed.
my one big problem w/ the system itself is the angle when mounted. i'm pretty short (5'3") so i adjust my clicgear bars super low. well, unfortunately for me, that means the angle of the gps is much more vertical than probably intented. Depending on what i'm looking for, i either have to bend down or take the unit off. On the plus side it is easy to detach and reattach. I basically ended up removing it each time i needed to hit some buttons.
all in all, if i were tall it'd be great. I'd say if you get your clicgear handles half way up or to the top you're probably fine. anything lower you'll have to take it off to view and hit buttons. so, it wasn't really worth the money for me. i'm still using it since it don't like pocketing my gps and it's easier than sticking it in the soft shell case hooked to my bag. but... wouldn't have bought it if i knew what i know now.
there is a skycaddie gps mount for the speedcart v2 that puts the gps more upright. that would be great but it sounds like it's molded for a skycaddie and i don't think it will work for the gps golf guru. i love my golf guru so i guess i just have to wait...
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well, i did end up purchasing something. I bought this from rockbottomgolf:
I thought it was an official accessory but it's not. The way rock bottom advertised it they made it seem official. they aren't offering it right now. anyway, with this particular item what you do is stick a connector piece on the back of your gps unit. then, that piece is what connects to the mount. i do wish this was explained before. for those that don't have a gps golf guru, it has a flat back w/o any clips so... this mechanism works well if you're ok w/ essentially gluing something to the back of your unit. i bought it so i just went ahead and attached it. my initial concern was putting it in a case after having this little disc stick out the back. i have a soft shell case for it that i attach to my bag when i walk and it still fits fine (though tighter). my case is a body glove brand for some motorolla phone. sorry don't recall the exact model. the obvious advantage of this system is it can work on many different types of units. disadvantage being you will probably leave a mark at the least on the back of your unit and if you have a molded case you're screwed.
my one big problem w/ the system itself is the angle when mounted. i'm pretty short (5'3") so i adjust my clicgear bars super low. well, unfortunately for me, that means the angle of the gps is much more vertical than probably intented. Depending on what i'm looking for, i either have to bend down or take the unit off. On the plus side it is easy to detach and reattach. I basically ended up removing it each time i needed to hit some buttons.
all in all, if i were tall it'd be great. I'd say if you get your clicgear handles half way up or to the top you're probably fine. anything lower you'll have to take it off to view and hit buttons. so, it wasn't really worth the money for me. i'm still using it since it don't like pocketing my gps and it's easier than sticking it in the soft shell case hooked to my bag. but... wouldn't have bought it if i knew what i know now.
there is a skycaddie gps mount for the speedcart v2 that puts the gps more upright. that would be great but it sounds like it's molded for a skycaddie and i don't think it will work for the gps golf guru. i love my golf guru so i guess i just have to wait...
This is actually the same item that Clic Gear sells on their site. Yes, it may not say clic gear on it but it's theirs. Regardless, per the OP's question, I have the uPro and it doesn't come with any clip or anything that can use this attachment. However, accessory did come with a knob that you can glue to anything. I'm thinking of getting the belt clip and attaching this knob to it. Currently I have the skin on mine but I'm finding that a bit annoying whenever I have to recharge the dang thing.
Either way, if the GPS device was an SG5, I know that their belt clip is a detachable one that has the knob on it.
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well, i did end up purchasing something. I bought this from rockbottomgolf:
I thought it was an official accessory but it's not. The way rock bottom advertised it they made it seem official. they aren't offering it right now. anyway, with this particular item what you do is stick a connector piece on the back of your gps unit. then, that piece is what connects to the mount. i do wish this was explained before. for those that don't have a gps golf guru, it has a flat back w/o any clips so... this mechanism works well if you're ok w/ essentially gluing something to the back of your unit. i bought it so i just went ahead and attached it. my initial concern was putting it in a case after having this little disc stick out the back. i have a soft shell case for it that i attach to my bag when i walk and it still fits fine (though tighter). my case is a body glove brand for some motorolla phone. sorry don't recall the exact model. the obvious advantage of this system is it can work on many different types of units. disadvantage being you will probably leave a mark at the least on the back of your unit and if you have a molded case you're screwed.
my one big problem w/ the system itself is the angle when mounted. i'm pretty short (5'3") so i adjust my clicgear bars super low. well, unfortunately for me, that means the angle of the gps is much more vertical than probably intented. Depending on what i'm looking for, i either have to bend down or take the unit off. On the plus side it is easy to detach and reattach. I basically ended up removing it each time i needed to hit some buttons.
all in all, if i were tall it'd be great. I'd say if you get your clicgear handles half way up or to the top you're probably fine. anything lower you'll have to take it off to view and hit buttons. so, it wasn't really worth the money for me. i'm still using it since it don't like pocketing my gps and it's easier than sticking it in the soft shell case hooked to my bag. but... wouldn't have bought it if i knew what i know now.
there is a skycaddie gps mount for the speedcart v2 that puts the gps more upright. that would be great but it sounds like it's molded for a skycaddie and i don't think it will work for the gps golf guru. i love my golf guru so i guess i just have to wait...
This is actually the same item that Clic Gear sells on their site. Yes, it may not say clic gear on it but it's theirs. Regardless, per the OP's question, I have the uPro and it doesn't come with any clip or anything that can use this attachment. However, accessory did come with a knob that you can glue to anything. I'm thinking of getting the belt clip and attaching this knob to it. Currently I have the skin on mine but I'm finding that a bit annoying whenever I have to recharge the dang thing.
Either way, if the GPS device was an SG5, I know that their belt clip is a detachable one that has the knob on it.
they don't list a gps holder on their accessory page - that's why i assumed there is no official one. did they used to? it attaches fine though. no problems on that end of things.
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For some reason if you go here, the GPS holder appears:
I ended up getting some belt clip tabs from to allow the guru connect to the GPS holder.
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well, i did end up purchasing something. I bought this from rockbottomgolf:
I thought it was an official accessory but it's not. The way rock bottom advertised it they made it seem official. they aren't offering it right now. anyway, with this particular item what you do is stick a connector piece on the back of your gps unit. then, that piece is what connects to the mount. i do wish this was explained before. for those that don't have a gps golf guru, it has a flat back w/o any clips so... this mechanism works well if you're ok w/ essentially gluing something to the back of your unit. i bought it so i just went ahead and attached it. my initial concern was putting it in a case after having this little disc stick out the back. i have a soft shell case for it that i attach to my bag when i walk and it still fits fine (though tighter). my case is a body glove brand for some motorolla phone. sorry don't recall the exact model. the obvious advantage of this system is it can work on many different types of units. disadvantage being you will probably leave a mark at the least on the back of your unit and if you have a molded case you're screwed.
my one big problem w/ the system itself is the angle when mounted. i'm pretty short (5'3") so i adjust my clicgear bars super low. well, unfortunately for me, that means the angle of the gps is much more vertical than probably intented. Depending on what i'm looking for, i either have to bend down or take the unit off. On the plus side it is easy to detach and reattach. I basically ended up removing it each time i needed to hit some buttons.
all in all, if i were tall it'd be great. I'd say if you get your clicgear handles half way up or to the top you're probably fine. anything lower you'll have to take it off to view and hit buttons. so, it wasn't really worth the money for me. i'm still using it since it don't like pocketing my gps and it's easier than sticking it in the soft shell case hooked to my bag. but... wouldn't have bought it if i knew what i know now.
there is a skycaddie gps mount for the speedcart v2 that puts the gps more upright. that would be great but it sounds like it's molded for a skycaddie and i don't think it will work for the gps golf guru. i love my golf guru so i guess i just have to wait...
This is actually the same item that Clic Gear sells on their site. Yes, it may not say clic gear on it but it's theirs. Regardless, per the OP's question, I have the uPro and it doesn't come with any clip or anything that can use this attachment. However, accessory did come with a knob that you can glue to anything. I'm thinking of getting the belt clip and attaching this knob to it. Currently I have the skin on mine but I'm finding that a bit annoying whenever I have to recharge the dang thing.
Either way, if the GPS device was an SG5, I know that their belt clip is a detachable one that has the knob on it.
they don't list a gps holder on their accessory page - that's why i assumed there is no official one. did they used to? it attaches fine though. no problems on that end of things.
Yeah, I actually stumbled across their site when I googled the gps holder. That's when I called Clic Gear and inquired about the item because when i went to ClicGear.com I couldn't find it again (unless I google it). That's when the Customer service told me that it's on clicgearUSA.com. From there go to the Products > Accessories.
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For some reason if you go here, the GPS holder appears:
I ended up getting some belt clip tabs from to allow the guru connect to the GPS holder.
The GPS Holder from clicgear provides one tab, in the event, your case doesn't have the tab already on it (like the SG5). I spoke to clicgear once again and they will send another one if it falls off or you screw up on trying to make it work on something else. In my case, I'm going to try to stick it on the silicone casing that it has.