A place for everything and everything in its place…

Secure your devices in the cockpit with the new Pilot Pocket from Sporty’s.

You can stow small, valuable items, such as a Bluetooth GPS or cellphone, in the Pilot Pocket.

Unsecured items can be a danger in flight and even become lost when you need to verify your GPS signal or make a last minute call before takeoff, Sporty’s officials note.

PilotPocketPlus“The Pilot Pocket is a simple holder that can keep a Bluetooth GPS conveniently in view or a cellphone out of the way but still within easy reach,” says Sporty’s Vice President John Zimmerman. “The Pilot Pocket helps maintain an organized cockpit.”

The Pilot Pocket secures firmly to any smooth plastic or glass window surface with its three suction cup design. Each suction cup has a pull-off tab, making it easy to detach and reattach. It’s perfect for airplane renters, Sporty’s officials said.

Precision-cut openings on the bottom and both sides of the Pilot Pocket allow for connecting power cables and chargers to a variety of Bluetooth GPS units and cell phones while keeping the cockpit organized.

The Pilot Pocket Plus is a larger unit with room for two pens and a slot to hang sunglasses.

Constructed of transparent acrylic that is resistant to scratches and won’t discolor in sunlight, the Pilot Pocket has a temperature conversion chart printed on its face for in-flight reference.

The Pilot Pocket [#9471A] measures 3.75″H x 5″W x 1.25″D can hold a GPS or cell phone up to 2.75″ wide and 1″ thick and is available for $17.95. The Pilot Pocket PLUS [#8020A] measures 4″H x 6″W x 1.25″D can hold a cell phone or GPS up to 3 1/16″ wide and 1″ thick and is available for $22.95 .

For more information: Sportys.com or 800-SPORTYS

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  1. Richard Baker says:

    Just don’t go inverted.

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