Moots 3D-printed titanium computer mount adds light, camera mounts underneath

Designed specifically for Moots’ titanium stems, their V2 computer mount is 3D printed by Silca and now includes a mounting point on the bottom for a headlight or action camera.

The bead-blasted finish is designed to match the finish of Moots bikes, and the non-adjustable mounting points are spaced exclusively for modern Moots stems.

In addition to adding a T-Tray mounting point underneath, which uses the standard three-prong “GoPro” style mount, they say it’s more aerodynamic, too. And you’ll have the Moots gator along for the ride.

It comes with two titanium bolts and inserts for Wahoo and Garmin computers, compatible with all models except the original Wahoo Bolt. MSRP is *gasp* $195, weight is 46g with bolts and light mount.

Moots.com

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BillB
BillB
2 months ago

Jealousy is such an ugly thing.

Tony Pep
Tony Pep
2 months ago

T-rex’s love Titanium. Looks neat

Jaap
Jaap
2 months ago

“Life, uhh uh uh, finds a way”

blablabla
blablabla
2 months ago

At least it doesn’t look like a penis, huh Silca? 😛

LargeD
LargeD
1 month ago

“The bead blasted finish is designed to match the finish of Moots bikes”… That’s funny, 3D printing by nature has a rough finish, so this is the cheapest way to offer a “finished” 3D printed part. Parts have to be blsted with some type of media or machined to smooth the surface. 3D printing saves on tooling vs casting otherwise you get a similar surface (pre machining). Great spin Moots (sarcasm).