Arkon Sun Visor Car Mount Holder for Garmin nuvi 40 50 200 2013 24×5 25×5 GPS Series

The GN111 sun visor car mount is compatible with Garmin nuvi devices having the 17mm swivel ball mounting pattern, including the 40, 50, 200, 2013, 24×5, and 25×5 Series, as well as Garmin nuvi 1450, 1450T, 1490T, 1200, 1250, 1260T, 1300, 1350, 1350T, 1370T, and 1390T models. This mount package features only Arkon’s Sun Visor Mount with 17mm swivel ball. The sun visor is a good alternate location for mounting a GPS device in the car. The mount can also be easily removed and stored.

Product Features

  • Compatible with Garmin nuvi GPS devices with 17mm swivel ball mounting pattern
  • The sun visor mount can be easily removed and stored
  • 2 year limited warranty provided by Arkon

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2 Responses to Arkon Sun Visor Car Mount Holder for Garmin nuvi 40 50 200 2013 24×5 25×5 GPS Series

  1. Ely Bacolod Jr. "Ely" says:

    Garmin Visor Mount As a safe driving concern, I was looking for a device to hold a garmin nuvi 1350 on the visor by the driver’s side so I can quickly glance overhead at the map display while on the move and still keeping my eyes on the traffic ahead. This unit met all my requirements. By mounting a GPS on the visor and not on the dashboard, I eliminate having to turn my head, even slightly, away from the road ahead. The visor mount allows me to position the 4.3 inch display closer to my face, so short glances…

  2. KeoweeHarry says:

    A Novel Use for Sun Visor Mount I bought this mount since the primary location on my dashboard was taken up with the viewing screen for my Back up Camera (Peak PKC0RB Wireless Back-Up Camera System), and I wanted a means to mount my Garmin GPS unit. Well, it really did not work out for me, so I set it aside. I noticed that the clip slipped snugly over the handlebar of my bicycle. I drilled a 3/8″ hole through both legs of the mount and used a bolt and wing nut to secure the mount to the handlebar. Now, I can use my GPS to…