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05-11-2019 09:51 PM
fhalk
need a clock?

Just buy a cheap water resistent digital or analog, i got a timex analog and velcro it to the dash, works great for me, only a few bucks
02-16-2019 09:11 AM
roadrash83 I have an Oxford analog clock mounted on the KLR, it has worked well for 3 years. At $35.00 it is a little pricey.
02-14-2019 12:32 PM
cedarider
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Originally Posted by rodent64 View Post
I had the small Aerostich clock mounted on the bar of a Ural side hack. It lasted almost 2 yrs. I called Aerostich as I thought the battery probably should have lasted longer. ( I wasn’t complaining as much as I wanted to know if this is what I should expect). They sent me a new watch and said it should last up to (5) yrs . Great customer service there. Anyway even thought it was small it was very handy-easy to read and waterproof. Probably what I’ll buy again.
I bought one several years ago to use on a ZRX I had at the time. Bought the thermometer too. They both died in less than 2 years. Watch was too small to read at a glance anyway for my eyes. Would not buy again.
Hands actually fell off the face. Not a battery issue.
02-13-2019 08:53 PM
samuel This is the thing I like most often about the GPS…
02-13-2019 07:19 PM
rodent64 I had the small Aerostich clock mounted on the bar of a Ural side hack. It lasted almost 2 yrs. I called Aerostich as I thought the battery probably should have lasted longer. ( I wasn’t complaining as much as I wanted to know if this is what I should expect). They sent me a new watch and said it should last up to (5) yrs . Great customer service there. Anyway even thought it was small it was very handy-easy to read and waterproof. Probably what I’ll buy again.
11-21-2018 06:54 PM
cedarider Don't overthink it.
I bought a $7 watch at walmart with a cloth-velcro band. Strapped it on the front brake reservoir. It's waterproof too.
11-21-2018 04:40 PM
maverick9611 here is the el cheapo mounted on my 250 ninja
11-20-2018 12:39 PM
maverick9611 $1.69 and free shipping on ali express
Onever Mini Motorcycle Clocks Watch Waterproof Stick-On Motorbike Mount Watch Moto Digital Clock.
https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/OcRQPJi
10-25-2018 11:25 AM
bryce
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Originally Posted by larry31 View Post
Here's my 3 bikes using wrist watches.

My KLR


My XT250


My NX250
I dont have a picture, but I use a watch on mine too. I have a cross bar pad on the handlebars and wrap a cheap watch around it. Gravity tends to twist it so the watch ends up on the underside, but a quick twist of the pad and its visable.
10-25-2018 11:20 AM
EXBMW




This one keeps excellent time on my dash.
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