Cuddeback Genius Post Mount

Priced: $19.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Cuddeback Genius Post Mount -
Use this post mount to position your trail camera when there isn't a tree readily available. At the top, your camera easily slides into the hassle-free design of the up-and-down-adjustable tilt bracket. Easily slide it off to check the SD card, make necessary adjustments or change batteries. A T-brace at the bottom keeps the post from tipping and makes repositioning it as easy as stepping the post into the ground. Post measures 46” long with 10” below the T-brace. Pre-drilled for additional mounting brackets. For use with Cuddeback Attack or Attack IR camera (not included).
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Cuddeback Genius Post Mount Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Handy

I am giving this product a five star only because I can fix whats wrong with it. When you slide the cameras on the the fixture it is very hard to get them off again. I think I can file them to make them slide on and off easier. The portability is great. I finally got to put my cameras were I want them rather than putting in a post.
wisc737 at Cabelas on 05/14/2013

seems well made

this product seems strong enough to last. The only bad thing that i have found so far is, it is difficult to put the camera in the slot.
maa3400 at Cabelas on 02/05/2013

Geat Mount

Just what I needed, works great and the price is right.
Better than having to buy a expensive tripod.
deerslayerEarl at Cabelas on 11/19/2012

Negative Reviews:

Horrible

This is the first time i ever not liked a Cuddeback Product. I bought this thinking it would be easy and great to use. The first thing i found out... my cuddeback camera ( Ambush IR ) does not fit in the slot that it is "suppose " to slide into. I had to force it the and then beat it out with a hammer to get it to come back off. I even tried sanding the edge but that had little help. I really hope that it is not like that with everyones else, like I said I LOVE my Cuddeback cameras, but this stand is HORRIBLE!!
mayhem55 at Cabelas on 09/26/2013