The bright color of this protective case makes finding a dropped Astro easier. The case gloves in the dark as well, glowing for several hours before needing to "charge", perfect for finding a handheld dropped at night. It's like your own personal holster for your Garmin Astro.
Cover also included gripped sides, allowing for better handing of the handheld.
The cover includes a small opening at bottom which allows use of the Astro’s lanyard clip, so you can still use your Outdoor Dog Supply lanyard with this cover. An additional lanyard/sling connector is located at the top of case, near the antenna opening for additional carrying options.
Available in Glow Orange and Glow Green
Raised side “grip” pattern
Marked and functional power button on side
Entire screen area remains visible while in cover
Front buttons are covered to eliminate water, dust, dirt, debris, and mud from entering
All buttons are marked and remain fully functional
Opening at bottom provides access to Astro’s included lanyard clip
Additional lanyard/sling connector at top of case
Back opening allows access to Astro’s belt clip and charging connections
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