Bracketron GPS Nav-Pack

Bracketron GPS Nav-Pack


The Bracketron GPS Nav-Pack provides a stable mounting base for a portable GPS or electronic device.


  • Works with most GPS navigation devices
  • Includes shoulder and wrist strap for carrying convenience
  • Adjustable strap snaps into 4 different positions
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The Nav-Pack is a new, innovative mounting device for most GPS, that doubles as a carrying case when not in use.

Contouring to the top of your dashboard, the Nav-Pack works on most uneven or textured surfaces. By combining the physics of weight distribution along with a high tech, anti-skid material that keeps the device from sliding, the Nav-Pack provides a stable mounting base for your portable GPS, or other electronic devices.

The Nav-Pack's adjustable strap snaps into 4 different positions to give you an optimum-viewing angle on your dash. When not in use the Nav-Pack weighted support base can be removed for lightweight portability or stored out of sight for added security.

Included with the Nav-Pack are a shoulder and wrist strap for carrying convenience.

GPS Nav-Pack

  • Works with most GPS Navigation Devices
  • Easily View Your GPS While Driving
  • Padded case protects your GPS when not in use
  • Portable And Stow-Able, Keep Out of View - Anti-Theft!
  • Inner dimension approximately 5.25" wide x 4.25" high x 1.375 deep
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