Prices slashed in Quad Lock sale - here's our pick of the deals

There are many reasons why you’d want to hard-mount your phone to your motorbike, not just as a cost-effective way of using its sat-nav directions. Whatever you reasons, it’s essential you use a phone mount that is safe and secure, such as a Quad Lock.

Many of the MCN team, who clock up thousands of miles a year on two wheels, choose a Quad Lock mount and phone case. In fact, we’ve named the twist-and-lock system “best phone mount for simplicity” after putting it through a rigorous full review.

It’s an easy recommendation and that’s before you take into account the 30% Black Friday discount currently being offered across the range. Now’s a great time to upgrade your tech-carrying ability, and here are some of the five-star Quad Lock products the MCN team don’t ride without.

Jump straight to the 30% off Quad Lock sale, see our recommendations below, or for more of November’s deals as they drop visit our Black Friday roundup.

Price: £22.39 (was £31.99)
Tested by Michael Guy for two years, 18,000 miles. Quality 5, Value 4. “Quad Lock's system includes an adjustable mount for your handlebars and a specific case, with a recess in the back. This locks onto the mount with a 45° turn, and the case isn't that much bulkier than a standard phone case.

“You can also get an optional waterproof cover to keep the worst of the weather off. In two years of use, it has been faultless, and feels like it will last for many years to come. Either way, it's cheaper than buying a new phone when yours falls off and gets run over by a car.”
Price: £27.99 (was £39.99)
Tested by Jim Blackstock: "This is a very convenient and well-engineered system that makes using your phone as a sat nav or camera on your bike incredibly easy. The mounting on the phone case is raised slightly, though not as much as the previous version. It doesn’t interfere with handling the phone at all and traditional wireless chargers work fine through the case."
Price: £34.99 (was £49.99)
Tested by Gareth Evans for six months, 3,000 miles. Quality 5/5, Value 4/5. “This Fork Stem Mount means I can use my smartphone's Google Maps on my Yamaha R7, with the phone hidden behind the fairing out of the wind and rain.

“Installation couldn't be simpler, and with the black matching the R7's frame the whole setup looks OEM. You can even adjust the angle your phone sits at using two other Allen key bolts.

“For a mod that takes minutes to install, it's a very pleasing thing.”
Price: £11.19 (was £15.99)
Tested by Jordan Gibbons, for two months, over 1,000 miles. Quality 5/5, Value 5/5. “Apple warned users to avoid motorcycle vibrations, as they can ruin the camera’s image stabilisation. Quad Lock solved this issue a while back.

“Sold separately from the case and mount, the damper installs between the two in order to isolate your phone from harmful vibrations. If you have a Quad Lock already, installation takes seconds. I've ridden more than a thousand miles on my Pan America, and had no signs of damage to the phone.”

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