Summary: The Garmin Deluxe Carry Case is THE recommended bag for the Garmin Aera 500 series aviation GPS. WRONG ANSWER!! The Aera 500 includes a bracket to mount the GPS onto the yoke of the airplane so I needed a bag to contain the GPS, the bracket and the cables all in one place. The bracket will not fit into this case. If you own your plane and can leave the bracket in place and only need a case to carry the GPS unit (or any other 4.3 inch GPS), this carry case will work fine.
Summary: Nice quality, a little too nice. I started off getting a set. The GPS, matching leather case, with the beanbag and the case that fits it perfectly with all the cords. The problem is... Everyone liked it sooooo much I have to keep buying them for xmas presents. It's a really nice package.
Pros: Hold GPS securely. Does not slide. Adjustable. Fits in my portable bag.
Summary: This is a great little bag but a little too small. It appears to be very sturdy and rugged but you have to plan on how to put your GPS gear in the bag. I think it is a little pricy for what you get but alot is because of the name. I do not regret buying this product and do reccommed purchasing it. Just wish it was a bit larger!!
Summary: I bought one of these last year for my wife so she could keep it all together. It worked so well I got one for me!
Pros: This is a safe place to put your high dollar Garmin that keeps it safe and keeps it portable! Leave it in your car and it's gone! This makes it easy to your Garmin and its accessories together and in your possession!
Cons: The side pouches could be made a little deeper.
Summary: I wanted a bag to put my new Garmin in and I look at another one, but saw this one and am glad I decided to get this one. It is large enough for everything you need to put into it plus more. A very well made bag that should last a lifetime.
Summary: I travel a lot in my work. This case is very good at protecting my Garmin GPS from the baggage handlers as it has a hardened bottom and sides. It also makes it easy to take the unit with me when I am parked in an area that might be subject to auto break-ins.