Carrying CasesGarmin Leather Carrying Case for nuvi 3x0 (Replacement)
Garmin Leather Carrying Case for nuvi 3x0 (Replacement)
DetailsThis leather carrying case replaces the one that came with your Garmin nuvi 350, 360 or 370. Keeps your nuvi safe and secure.
MPN: 010-10723-02 UPC: 753759052980
great accessory, January 07, 2008
if you buy a nuvi you will be sorry if you don't have something to carry it in (leaving it in your car will only get you a broken window and leave you with no sense of direction if you know what i mean) this case is perfect! //><
Nice Case, October 24, 2007
It's attractive, fits well and provides good protection for the touch screen.
Great case, December 10, 2007
I wanted to make sure the screen was protected and this does it. Also good quality leater
garmin 260, January 19, 2008
Fits great good to have when carrying gps around, keeps it protected.
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