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KOM Cycling
Garmin Varia Seatpost Mount

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review



KOM Cycling Garmin Varia Seatpost Mount

While your Garmin Varia or similar radar system increases your awareness and personal security when youre out on the road, our Radar Seat Mount builds on the confidence providing a strong and secure mount for your Garmin Varia RTL510, Garmin Varia RTL515, or any other rear-facing device utilizing the Garmin quarter-turn system. NOTE: Not compatible with the Garmin Varia RCT715

Utilizing the ATOP dial system, our Radar Seat Mount quickly and easily adapts with the turn of a dial to fit a variety of seatpost diameters and geometries: 27.2mm, 30.9mm, 31.6mm, D cross-section, or aero cross-section.

The ATOP dial system quickly and easily installs and secures on any bike in your stable eliminating the need for multiple varia mounts or bothering with the slower bolt-on Varia mounts.

Ride confident knowing your Garmin Varia mount is securely dialed-in with the strong and dependable ATOP lacing system without the fear of a failing single rubber band.

The ATOP lacing system and rubber adapter pad provides a soft interface that wont scratch or wear your carbon or aluminum seatpost.

SLS 3D Printed material
Garmin quarter-turn system
Claimed Weight
0.56oz (16g)
road cycling, gravel, commuting
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3 out of 5 stars

March 12, 2024

So-so for round seatpost

With the included shims, I see how it could be rock solid with an aero or d shaped seatpost, but it is only so-so with a round post. Even after tightening it all the way down, it seemed like there was still a lot of movement in the mount with the Varia attached. At a cheaper price point, I would be willing to give it a try but at $40, I'll just stick with the standard Garmin rubber bands while I continue to look for another third party solution.

Josh J