Rugged, Waterproof, and Time Tested Originally designed (and still used today) for law enforcement GPS trackers, MiniMag is tried, tested, and true and is built for every-day heavy, in the field use.
Super-Powerful Neodymium Magnetic Mounting Mount it in, on, or behind your toolbox, refrigerator, freezer, truck bed, medicine cabinet, vehicle frame, steel shelving, locker, gun safe, metal cabinet - the ultra-strong magnet holds fast!
Universal Sized to Fit Most Engineered to accommodate the most popular, standard-sized trackers (be sure to check your dimensions). This size happens to be perfect for stashing a keyfob, garage opener, pager, cash, meds, keys, etc...
Placing it on or under a vehicle? Do you know how?
When you crawl up under your vehicle to place your magnetic case, where exactly do you put it? Where should you NOT put it? If you're using it for tracking, you could be rendering your device USELESS with one simple fail. Placement!
Well, you can relax! We worked with GPS experts to develop a comprehensive (and illustrated) Magnetic Case Under-Vehicle Placement Guide to help resolve these types of issues and more - before they become issues!
Just follow the instructions printed on the packaging to claim and download yours - for FREE!
A. Yes! MiniMag was originally developed for the deployment of portable GPS trackers. The most popular and common devices (including the GL300) are standard sized and will fit perfectly. 😀
WILL THIS CASE HOLD BOTH A TRACKER AND AN EXTENDED BATTERY?
A. No, the MiniMag was designed to hold a portable tracker only. Be sure to check your dimensions!
IF THIS MAGNET STICKS AS WELL AS YOU SAY IT DOES, HOW DO I GET IT OFF ONCE ATTACHED?
A. Just twist it while lifting up on one edge and it will come right off for you. If you try to pull it straight off, it will be very difficult, if not impossible. Think of it as twisting the top off of an Oreo® cookie! 🍪
HOW DO I CLOSE THIS CASE? DOES IT HAVE A LOCK?
A. MiniMag closes using a latching mechanism that snaps directly to contact points molded into the enclosure. When the lid closes, a lip pushes against the gasket material to form a weather-proof seal. While this makes it close tightly, it does not have a key or locking mechanism.