Bracketron - Pro-Series GPS Nav-Pack Dash Mount for Most GPS
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Rating 3.6 out of 5 stars with 5 reviews(5 Reviews)
Rating 3 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Pretty decent little case/mountPosted .
Let me start off by saying I bought this for a trip to California. California still has the laws about where you can mount your gps. I didn't know what kind of car I'd have since I rent from one of those "you pick the car from what's on the lot" places so I wasn't sure if I'd be able to see the screen of my gps once it was mounted in the lower left 5" of the windshield. When I got it, I stuck the velcro to my gps, etc. and let it sit overnight. I got it a couple weeks before I left for California. I tested it out in the car at home and it was good. It would have been nice if it had come with 2 foam spacers since my gps has to be on the cradle to be able to hear the gps (the cradle has a speaker in it) but I made it work. No problems at all here in MN, but I didn't drive all that much at one time. Once we got to California, I had it sitting on the dash in the sun while I was driving from LA to San Diego. About 3/4 of the way to San Diego with the hot sun shining down on it, the glue on the velcro started to loosen and the gps started to sag. I was able to reach over and give it some firm pressure on the back and it went back into place. I had to do it a couple more times, but it did hold up. Before heading from SD back to LA, I went and got some industrial velcro and used that just to make sure it would stay, and haven't had any problems since. The only other problem I had with it was getting it through Airport Security. In Minneapolis I left it in the bag, and they proceeded to stop me after the xray, took the bean bag out, put it in a different machine, swabbed it down, etc. It took a good extra 5 minutes. Coming back from LA, I removed it and put it in one of the small bowls and sent it through on its own. The xray person let it go through, but then asked what it was because it looked "heavy." I explained to her, while the woman after the xray asked the xray person multiple times if she wanted the extra security checks on it. The xray person said "No, it's ok, it just looked really heavy on the screen and I was wondering what it was."I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Stays on dashboardPosted .
This case works fine, but is a little bulky. It can be stored in the case which is nice, and works much better than the suction device.I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 5 out of 5 stars with 1 review
great way to mount the gps to your dashPosted .
A friend of mine had one of these and really liked it. It sits on the dash easily and when you are at your destination you can easily put it up. It is compatible with different sizes of the GPS.I would recommend this to a friend
Rating 2 out of 5 stars with 1 review
the concept seemed good but functionality is okPosted .
in theory this items seems great but in functionality it is marginal. iphone is not easily set up in holder and because it in enclosed iphone heats up. product also slides along on dashboard even with weighted back in device..No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Rating 4 out of 5 stars with 1 review
Maybe for somePosted .
I have a TomTom nav unit which is slightly curved in the back. This does NOT allow Velcro to be placed on either side of the center speaker. The instructions assume these units will be flat and speaker offset. I'm trying various pieces of Velcro attached to the speaker itself, without completely covering it.I would recommend this to a friend
Asked by Anonymous.
- A:Answer Hello, Thank you for your inquiry. The inner dimensions of the Nav-Pack are approximately 5.25" wide x 4.25" high x 1.375" deep. The TomTom Go730 is 4.6" wide x 0.9" deep x 3.3" high. The Nav-Pack is compatible with your device. If you have any other questions please email Support@bracketron.com. Thanks, Bracketron Inc. Technical Support
Answered by BracketronSupport