Carrying CasesMagellan Leather Protective Pouch for RoadMate 2000/2200T & Maestro 3100/3140 CLOSEOUT SPECIAL
Magellan Leather Protective Pouch for RoadMate 2000/2200T & Maestro 3100/3140 CLOSEOUT SPECIAL
DetailsLeather protective pouch for Magellan RoadMate 2000, 2200T, and CrossoverGPS. Sturdier and more stylish than fabric carrying case.
NOTE: Pouch is pictured with Magellan RoadMate 2200T to show size and texture. RoadMate is NOT included with pouch!
MPN: 980906 UPC: 763357116267
Crossover Case, May 15, 2007
I recieved my case and put my new crossover in and it is a perfect fit. The metal lining under the leather and the magnetic flap are very cool. The one thing It is lacking is a belt loop on the back. The crossover is duel purpose for in and out of the vehical and this case is meant for protecting the unit between vehicals and not out and about. Still a very cool product. Phil
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