Mighty Mounts Cutaway GoPro Chin Mount


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Mighty Mounts Cutaway GoPro Chin Mount. The latest GoPro mounting option from Sky Custom!

This Mighty Mount features an integrated cutaway cable system, and attaches to the front/chin area of the most common full skydiving helmets.

Includes GoPro mount, cutaway system and attachment hardware.

Gopro camera and GoPro case are not included, and are only shown in some photos for demonstration.

Installation Guide at this link.

More Information
Brand SkyCustom
Color Black
Colors Available Black
Hardware Included Yes
Mount Positions Available Front
Helmet Specific Yes
Variable Angles Yes
Flush Mount Offset
Curved Adaptor Fits a curved surface
Fits Dual Cameras No
Quick Release Yes
Size One Size Fits All
Price View Price Range
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  1. Mount fell off
    After about 30 jumps the base mount simply disappeared on a jump. The bolts were still in place so the bolt heads must have pulled through the plastic. Luckily I had been jumping with just the base mount attached and not with a camera. There were no collisions or anything out of the ordinary during the jump. It is also worth noting that the hardware does not use locking nuts or locktite so there is the potential for those to back off as well. Hopefully some revisions can be made to this mount. Maybe if a metal sleeve were used on the bolt holes it would prevent the bolts from being pulled through the plastic. I can only imagine if a camera was mounted to it, it would have fallen off much sooner.

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