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Secure the Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell Wireless Boom Box (not included) to your bike handlebars or camping chair with the help of the Turtle Claw Clamp. This super durable all-purpose clamp mounts securely and easily to anything under 1.5in thick so you can quit strapping your Boom Box to your backpack.

  • Attaches the Outdoor Tech Turtle Shell Wireless Boom Box (not included) to anything under 1.5in thick, from bike handlebars and beach chair to your camping chair
  • Quick-release style locking mechanism makes for an easy on-and-off

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1 5

Used hard, then broke

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Granted, I was taking jumps on my bike to test it out on my first use, but I still don't think it should have broken off at the plastic hinge. I found the whole setup to be bulky and cheap. Not something that is useful for a stereo that is made to be abused.

5 5

attach the turtleshell ANYWHERE!

The Turtle Claw from Outdoor Tech is a NECESSARY addition to any Turtle Shell. It allows you to attach the Shell to practically anything. So far my favorite is my handlebars ....

attach the turtleshell ANYWHERE!
5 5

attach the turtleshell ANYWHERE!

The Turtle Claw from Outdoor Tech is a NECESSARY addition to any Turtle Shell. It allows you to attach the Shell to practically anything. So far my favorite is my handlebars ....

attach the turtleshell ANYWHERE!
4 5

Got it for my GoPro

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I actually bought this to use with my GoPro so that I could quickly mount it to various spots on my mtnbike. Figured if it could hold the speaker it could hold a GoPro. You do have to have the tri-pod mount for the GoPro. I haven't bombed down a hill yet with it, but it'll fit around a Fox 32 fork with no problem.

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Backcountry should file this under Helmet Cams & Digital Cams.