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About Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case

Navigate more easily with Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case Case featuring two Zip Lock style compartments placed side by side, you can easily view your chart while your GPS sits adjacent Alternatively, with the built-in headphone jack, you can place your MP3 player inside the GPS pocket while you plug your headphones into the pass-through jack Case is made from durable PVC-Coated Nylon and includes 4 D-Rings for easy secure to deck or console Case measures closed 9" x 13" (23 x 33 cm) and weighs 9 6 oz (272 g) and comes with a 12 month limited warranty

Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case Features

  • Navigate more easily with Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case
  • 2 Zip-Lock Style Compartments Placed Side by Side
  • Easily View your Chart while your GPS Sits Adjacent
  • Built-In Headphone Jack for MP3
  • PVC-Coated Nylon Construction
  • 4 D-Rings for Easy Secure to Deck or Console
  • Dimensions (closed): 9" x 13" (23 x 33 cm)
  • Weight: 9.6 oz (272 g)
  • 1 Year Limited Warranty

Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case Specifications

Overall Measurements
Open: 12" X 22" (30.5 X 56 Cm), Closed: 9" X 13" (23 X 33 Cm)
Weight (Empty)
9.6 Oz (272 G)
Zip-Lock Style
Pvc-Coated Nylon
D-Rings To Secure
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Zip Lock needs help

By Gearman

from Wisconsin

About Me Casual/ Recreational

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  • Durable


  • Difficult to Use
  • Hard to Clean

Best Uses

  • River

Comments about Seattle Sports GPS/Audio Chart Case:

Purchased this product to use on a week long BWCA trip in Minn. I liked the fact that the map section was separated from the electronics compartment. I had a Hand held GPS unit in the electronis compartment. The Ziplock on both sides was very hard to seal and keep sealed. It poped open more than once and the GPS unit fell out. Trying to put this back in and re-seal the compartment was a challenge sitting in the canoe with a stiff wind blowing. The canoe ends up off course. The other observation I have is the unit could use an addtional attchment point above and below the electronics compartment, (Not just the map compartment). This would help stablize that side and make viewing items in this compartment easier.

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