I kind of like what I have seen commented on about the Garmin beanbag mount.
Does anyone in Ontario have some idea where I could purchase one? I know I could buy one through eBay or some other online location, but if it is coming in from the USA, then there is all the hassle of duty and taxes and all that stuff that I would rather not deal with.
Thanks for any help you can supply.
I've seen it at various outlets but they all seem to offer it as an online item... Is Best Buy or Circuit City in Canada?
Got mine at the Best Buy on Coventry Road.
I seen Bean bag mounts at Radio Shack the other day!
They are not made by Garmin (after market) but that really doesn't matter. Check them out.
I cannot believe that anyone is still using a suction cup mount. I drag my bean bag through three different autos, just to keep from having to use the suction cup. I need to get two more bags.
Thanks for that info larelr2003. I will certainly check that store out....mebbe I will first go to the Merivale outlet and see if they have one as it is closer for me.
I have recently bought 2 on amazon and they were free shipping..so they were way cheaper than anywhere else..
I got mine at Radioworld...
Bean Bag Mount is the only way to go. I think you will be very pleased with it.
Found one at the Best Buy on Merivale in Ottawa the other day. Cost an arm and a leg however ($49.99+taxes)
It DOES seem to work as well as advertised. Hasn't moved yet. Dunno what would happen if I were rear-ended mind you, but let's not find out!
Thanks for the replies to my queries.
And in answer to someone, yes Best Buy is in Canada. Most of the big cities sport one these days. They and Future Shop are under the same corporate umbrella.
I have seen them in USA WalMarts latley.
You can get them in Canada from any Source by Circuit City store or from their web-site - www.thesource.ca
Ouch! I purchased my beanbag at GPSCentral, a company in Calgary, for only $35. It seems to be well-stocked and fairly helpful to drop-in traffic. I've been there a few time to look over equipment and ask stupid questions, and they have always been very helpful. They even advised me against buying a Traffic Receiver (no service in Alberta) when I was looking for accessories.
For people in Canada, GPSCentral might be a more comfortable choice than ordering from the US. They are on-line at www.gpscentral.ca.
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