ACCAA-604

Trimble Recon Extended Nylon Case

Trimble Recon Extended Nylon Case

Description

The Extended Carry Case is designed for Recon computers with an Extended Cap installed.

Features

  • Features a zipper closure and keeps Recon dry and protected when not in use
  • Nylon case available in gray color only
  • Designed for use with Recon Rugged Handheld Computer & Extended CF-Cap
List Price
$25.00
Your Price
$22.50
Usually ships in 3-5 days

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Trimble Recon Extended Nylon Case ACCAA-604 Recon extended nylon carry case, gray
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