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Recent reviews for this item:
Pierre, April 22, 2013 Item received within 3 days under Standard.
manu, March 29, 2012 La funda la compré para un GPSMAP62 pero no vale, no
cierra entera, pega en la antena.
Yo la compre pensando que la que me enviaban era la de la
foto (la de las letras amarillas) pero me llego otro (la
que tiene una etiqueta negra que pone Garmin).
Por lo demas el servicio de GPSCITY, es perfecto.saludos
John, February 7, 2011 Excellent basic case for general use. Not padded for extra
protection. Extra room inside for a spare set of batteries.
Wish it had a belt clip that snapped open, instead of having
to thread a belt or strap through the belt loop.
BH, July 13, 2010 I bought this case for an Garmin Oregon 450. The case is
actually larger than the Oregon so it is a loose fit. The
top has about an extra inch of space and over a half inch
on the side (left/right). There is over a quarter of an
indch space front/back.
The extra space allows me to carry extra batteries that I
have in a AA two battery plastic case from Thomas
There is a belt loop on the back of the case and a zipper
closure going around the top part of the case. It will
work for hiking but I think the case is more suited for
storing in the car or elswhere. A better hiking option is
the case DeLorme sells for the PN-40. The Oregon fits
perectly in that case. The top has a velcro top and flips
right open. There are also elastic pockets that are a
perfect fit for the plasic battery cases. It has a plastic
belt loop which makes it more bulky than this Garmin case.
Bottom line .... I use the Garmin case for auto and
storage, but use the Delorme case for hiking.