This Satechi mount puts your Apple Watch on your steering wheel, bicycle and more

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Satechi’s Apple Watch Mount is a specially designed holder that allows users to go hands-free and securely mount their Apple Watch on their vehicle’s steering wheel, bicycle or motorcycle handlebars, treadmills and more. It’s made of sleek black TPU material and features a 360 degree holder so that you can rotate the watch for the best viewing angle. The mount provides an easy way to control music, activate Siri, answer calls, read messages, monitor workout info and more, all without wearing the watch on your wrist. The Apple Watch Mount is available now in two Apple Watch sizes, 38mm or 42mm, for $14.99 from Satechi.net and Amazon.com.

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3 thoughts on “This Satechi mount puts your Apple Watch on your steering wheel, bicycle and more”

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  2. Hmmm, not sure about this product. I just can’t see the benefit of it over wearing the watch on your wrist. At least on the wrist I can feel the alerts. If this is on the handlebars of my bike I would have to keep on looking at it all the time or pressing the screen to see my messages after it had turned off. I’ll pass.

  3. The concept may look practical, but clearly the designer of this mount have never field-tested the usability of an Apple Watch mounted on a steering wheel of a car….

    How do we know? It was the first thing we tried…with some Sugru. Completely useless way to have the Watch mounted due to the constant motion of DRIVING. Also, it can be a dangerous impulse to want to keep the steering wheel steady so the Watch can be read (you DON’T want to know why we know that)!

  4. I’m thinking that if you have to mount your watch on something besides your wrist, you might as well mount your phone…

    T

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