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Planche solide support Parapluie pour vélo vélo électrique
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- Support de montage Pour le parasol/parapluie
- Il y a un trou de montage afin que vous puissiez y inserer un parapluie.
- C'est un necessaire pour monter le parasol/parapluie en velo.
- Matiere: acier inoxydable et plastique.
- Longueur: 31.6-41.5cm. Le trou de montage est reglable.
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* SODIAL(R) Support de montage Pour le parasol/parapluie Pour l'utilisation du velo
* Support de montage durable pour le parasol/parapluie, avec une vis de serrage, reglable jusqu'a 180 degres.
* Fixer solidement le parasol/parapluie.
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Far more damning though is the bit of the clip at top, the one that holds the umbrella shaft itself, that pivots. It's made pretty thin; some of this is necessary to give it room to pivot, but some is just keeping the material costs and weight down, and gives up too much structural strength. Bumping into the umbrella, or a brisk wind, will easily snap it down the middle.
Again, I've tried to make a replacement with my 3D printer (I've released the design under a free license here: [...]) but I don't have nearly as much confidence that's going to work. I thickened and beefed it up where I could, so it won't likely break where the original did. But 3D-printed ABS plastic doesn't have the strength of injection-molded plastic because of how it's built in layers -- those layers form a weak spot that injection-molded plastic doesn't have. That's particularly key where there's a thin spot that isn't perfectly vertical. And this part has a very thin spot that's round, surrounding the axle it pivots on, and that can't be thickened because there's just not room there for thicker while still letting it pivot. So I expect the replacement clip will break off just as fast if not faster.
Unfortunately, I don't think I can get replacements of the original, or any way to make beefier versions. I've already bought three of this mount and broken two of them. If I can find one that uses metal instead of plastic at the top, or figure out a way to kit-bash a metal clamp onto the top, I'll be replacing the mount's Achilles heel.
But while it's working, it does a remarkably good job of holding an umbrella right where you need it, and it's adjustable enough to adapt to almost any bicycle and umbrella.
I have used this on the heavy rain. It works very well, even in small wind. I also found that I need to be careful not tight the top nob too
tight for it may crack, even though the plastic is very tough. Also I discovered that I can use this to hold my camera to take picture
while I am biking
I have not used this in actual rain but I tried it out on my bike with my heavy umbrella and it hold my umbrella well. It is very sturdy and
very strong made of aluminum. It does not look slick but it work. Product came with absolutely no instruction but it is obvious how to use it.
Basicaly this thing makes it possible for you to ride your bicycle in the rain and not have to hold your umbrella with one hand. Thus both
of your hand can be freed to talk on cell or whatever. Note: the clamp is not meant to hold on to your umbrella by the umbrella handle.
It hold on to the umbrella by the bar. You can bend to direct the umbrella in a different direction but you must bend it hard to get it to work. I do not recommend using this in strong wind. In any case you should not ride your bike in strong wind anyways. This is a good product with good value. Make sure you slide the umbrella down to lower the center of mass to form
a stable structure.
The pros: it keeps me cool and shaded, I'm very sensitive to the sun and have been using sun sleeves and gloves for protection and even stopped biking due to the heat and burning, but now I can see myself wearing tanks and no sleeves, which will cool me down a great deal. I haven't tried it in the rain yet but am sure it'll work fine for that. It's easy to install and holds up a 64" umbrella.
The con: It makes rattly noises. I'm going to see about stabilizing it so it doesn't make the noises. It's also rather heavy but I'm hoping that means it's made out of strong metal.
Since I have such a problem with sun, and rain just pops out of nowhere in FL. I plan on buying another as a spare. Would recommend it to anyone. I love it!
I wish the manufacturers of this product had done a better job in the manufacturing of this product. I would be very happy to pay up to $100 for a good quality all metal version of this item.
I really like this useful item, just hope it will last!
Don't waste your time with this product.