Bodhi Floaty Suction Cup Mount


This product floats because there is an air bubble in the middle. We’ve gone to great lengths to make sure the core is air-tight and rock-solid.

However, we don’t recommend keeping this product submerged for extended periods of time nor is this product designed to be used extremely deep under the water.

If for any reason this product ever gets punctured, cracked or is otherwise taking on water - DO NOT rely on it to float.

Removing the mount:

The Quick Release Tabs are the 5 rounded-cylinder shaped tabs near the edge of the suction cup. Whenever removing the mount, pinch one of the tabs on the suction cup, and pull it up.

Repeat the release tab "pinch-and-pull" for all three suction cups to fully release the mount.

This will break the seal on the suction cups and release the mount without damage.


Before mounting, we recommend cleaning both the suction cups and the mounting surface before applying this product. 

To mount, compress all three suction cups, untill they look like the photo above.

If you are ever mounting to something that isn't completely smooth, try dunking the suction cups in the water first. The extra water can fill the textured surface and help create a strong seal.

Camera Positioning: 

To attach the GoPro, slide the two mounting fingers on the camera between the three mounting fingers on the mount.

Next, put a thumbscrew in the hole on the opposite side of the metal nut, and gently push it through all holes.

To adjust the tilt of the camera, loosen the thumbscrew, until you get the desired field of view. Then, tighten the screw to hold the camera in place.  


It’s always a good idea to tether your gear!

That’s why we’ve designed a tether loop on the mount.

You should use it! 

Building trust:

We recommend building trust with this product. Both with the suction cups and with the floatation 

For example: If you plan on mounting this to the front of your surfboard, we DO NOT recommend the maiden voyage be paddling out through heavy surf with this mounted in front of your face. We don't want you to get hurt :)

We recommend testing floatation in a clear, shallow area with no strong current. Additionally, it's a good idea to test the floatation in any new body of water. The ocean is typically more buoyant than fresh-water, meaning - even if your setup floats in the ocean, it might sink in the lake! Always test!