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5 5

Does exactly what it is supposed to do. Used it while jetskiing over the summer, and as a little handheld camera while at the beach with friends. The case adds a little bulk & weight so it makes it cumbersome for goggle mounting. Still trying to figure out a good stable solution for that because my main intention was to use it head mounted for watersports and paintball. Unless you do a lot of faceplanting, you don't really need to bother using the waterproof case for skiing/snowboarding... My friend and I used his camera for snowboarding last season without this case and had no issues at all.

Oh, and maybe I'm just dumb, but at first I thought the case wasn't compatible because I thought the magnet on the switch would mechanically move the switch on the camera as well.

So when you put the camera in the case, be sure its not on record. When ready to record slide the orange switch, and though the switch on the camera doesn't move, don't worry, it has been triggered within the camera to begin recording.


5 5

I have a friend who is the test pilot for items I'm interested in. I say "this looks cool" he normally has bought it by the following week. So goes the Vholdr.. at my suggestion he bought it to capture some of our snowboarding. Our snowboarding is not that great, but the footage is still awesome because of the camera I'd say. I was very surprised that picture quality was so great with that little camera and little memory card.

I advise upgrading to a higher capacity card than the included 2GB, and you can also buy an adapter that lets you put in the MicroSD card into a normal card slot.

Sound is okay, but coming down the slopes it is like jet noise.. either we are too fast, or this is just to be expected when quick wind meets microphones?

So I bought mine now, so we can film two angles and give us crazy editing options. Using this for snowboarding, paintball, and whatever action comes up (hmmm...)


5 5

Picked this up from evogear.. sizing was perfect. It doesn't appear huge to me despite the fact I wear a 7 3/4 size hat (XL Helmet). Was comfortable wearing this all day for my last ride of the season. It worked well with my Oakley OTG goggles, and was a good platform to mount my friend's Vholdr camera while filming him. Gave me a little more confidence to pick up speed on the double black, and to experiment a bit more in the terrain park.


4 5

Worked how they should. Just two issues:

Fresh out of the box a couple of the K2 logos near the toe strap were already peeling slightly.

Sometimes you have to mess with the latch a bit to undo the straps.. it's not always one fluid motion.

I do love how plastic part of the straps are notched almost to the very end so you dont have to feed in too much before you can start cranking it tight. All the rentals I've used (at Winter Wisp in Maryland) have somewhat frustrating straps.. especially around the ankle.. you are trying to tighten, and you just can't quite get it to the point where it will grab the plastic strap.. well the K2's are notched at "that point" Good stuff


5 5

Finally used these over the weekend. I figured snug boots that aren't broken in yet would have my feet sore at the end of the day. Not so. Got in about 7-8 hours of boarding Sunday and they were nice and comfortable the whole time. No issues. As far as control and flex goes, they were great as well.