Thread: GoPro + Suction Cup Float
02-18-2012, 01:55 AM #1
- Join Date
- Nov 2011
GoPro + Suction Cup Float
After having lost my 1st GroPro Hero2 I am determined not to lose my second one lol
I lost my 1st one & the suction cup when i got slammed by a wave ocean riding. Even though I knew the GoPro's backdoor float would not float the suction cup plus the camera I was naive
Anywayz I found this other camera float on ebay, I have wrapped it around the suction cup. Together with the backdoor float and this ebay float the camera/suction cup float even tested it!
The ebay float is pretty small so dont be fooled by the ebay photos, you can wrap it around tightly around the suction cup to prevent it flapping around when doing 100kph plus. In the photos I have got it loosely wrapped around.
Don't want to see you guys lose a GoPro, its the worst feeling.....
02-18-2012, 08:27 AM #2
I hate lanyards to phones. Never a good attach point or whipping in the wind.
I like yours so much I just went out and whipped this up in the garage and tested in the pool. Water noodle cut to size and a couple zip ties.
02-18-2012, 09:26 AM #3
- Join Date
- Apr 2009
- Cayman Islands
I use the head band. I also used the suction cup but I also used 3 key chain floats. All in all I think the head band is the best option. You get a full perspective of your ride.
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