Sw Motech Have Sat Nav In The BagNew from German motorcycle accessory specialists, SW Motech, the Navi Case Pro GPS is designed to allow riders to mount almost any sat-nav device on their machine – not just bike-specific ones.

  • Durable all weather device bag with reinforced base
  • Comes in 3 sizes and with foam inlays for use with various devices
  • Lid membrane allows easy operation of touch screen
  • Integrated sun screen
  • Cable feed-through
  • Integrated zipper lock
  • Compatible with GPS mounts, RAM system and Richter plate

Available in three sizes and supplied with additional foam inlays to tailor the interior dimensions, the Navi Case Pro can hold pretty much any size or type of GPS unit. An all-weather cover and rubber-coated zipper keeps the device well protected from the elements, whilst the padded interior and broad Velcro retaining straps help keep it firmly in place and protected from vibration and knocks whilst riding.

In addition to the interior protection, the Navi Case Pro has semi-rigid construction, helping to shield the contents further and preventing the bag from flopping or sagging.The base plate comes prepared with hole patterns for SW-Motech GPS mounts, RAM systems and Richter plate for quick, easy and secure mounting and comes with a handy zipper lock for security.

A clear lid membrane, shielded by a sun screen, gives easy and clear access to buttons and touch screens, and a cable feed-through supports easy power supply and connectivity.

The Navi Case Pro is just one of a complete range of SW-Motech all-weather GPS and smartphone holders. Prices start from £14.99 including VAT, for the small size. For full specification and sizes, call Motohaus Powersports on 01256 704909 or visit www.motohaus.com

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