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41. Garmin Deluxe Carrying Case for
$334.99 $332.95 list($458.50)
42. Garmin GPSMAP 162 Chartplotter
$499.00 list($685.70)
43. Garmin GPS MAP176C Color Navigation
list($192.99)
44. Garmin GPS 60 1 MB Handheld GPS
$259.25 list($299.99)
45. Garmin eMap Deluxe GPS with Memory
$198.44 list($309.07)
46. Garmin GPS 12XL Personal Navigator
$102.99 list($157.84)
47. Garmin eTrex Camouflage GPS with
$20.89 $16.49 list($29.99)
48. Garmin iQue 360012 Volt Charger
$361.99 list()
49. Garmin eTrex Vista 24 MB GPS with
$205.99 list($364.27)
50. Garmin Fishfinder 240
$32.29 $32.25 list($49.99)
51. Garmin iQue 3600HotSync Cradle
$29.95 list($39.99)
52. Garmin Automotive Windshield Suction
$584.99 list($599.99)
53. Garmin 010-10373-00 MS European
list($1,750.00)
54. Garmin StreetPilot 2660 WAAS-Enabled
$129.99 $108.50 list($162.49)
55. Garmin GPS 18 Deluxe GPS Sensor
$14.80 $4.95 list($19.99)
56. Garmin Street Pilot III GPS System
$429.89 list($571.41)
57. Garmin GPS MAP176 Navigation System
list($309.07)
58. Garmin GPS II Plus Personal Navigator
$389.88 list($369.97)
59. Factory-Reconditioned Garmin 010-N0232-10
list($549.99)
60. Garmin Middle East V2 Mapsource

41. Garmin Deluxe Carrying Case for StreetPilot and GPSMap 176 GPS Systems
list price: $31.99
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Asin: B00005UK9P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 1746
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Attractive carrying case for Garmin GPS systems
  • Protects GPS receiver from scratches, scrapes, and bumps
  • Holds GPS, mounting bracket, batteries, and data cards
  • Includes storage area for extra data cartridges
  • Designed for Garmin StreetPilot and GPSMap 176 systems

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good news & bad news
I wish I had read the reviews here before following the manufacturer's claim, which was reprinted in the product description on Amazon. The good news is that it's well made. The bad news is that, contrary to the claim that it holds all your GPS cables, brackets, and the unit itself, it's only good for carrying or storing the GPS unit itself. Also, the price is excessive considering that it doesn't do as claimed. Do yourself a favor - and spare yourself some disappointment while saving some money - take your GPS to an electonics store (CompUSA, Best Buy, etc.) and buy a good padded camera bag which will hold everything for about 2/3 the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Carrying Case with No Room To Carry Things
In the writeup for the Garmin carrying case it says that it has room for the StreetPilot series GPS as well as the necessary cables. I was shocked at how small this case was when received. I can fit the GPS unit in it but not all the cables and the ones I could get in I had to cram into it. If you are looking for a carrying case that will carry all the components of the streetpilot GPS this is not it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but could be bigger
I bought the carrying case to use with the Garmin Street Pilot Deluxe package. With the case you can snugly fit the Garmin Street Pilot unit alone. However, when trying to also put it the cigarette adapter/speaker, both don't fit without having the zipper on top partially opened. Also, don't even consider trying to store the bean bag mount in the case.

I do like the fact that the bottom of the case has a protective cushion so the unit can be stored face down.

I think it would be nice if they had another sized bag -- one which can store the unit, adapter cable, plus the bean bag mount all together. This would be the ideal size for those who want to carry the unit and all the accessories at once. ... Read more


42. Garmin GPSMAP 162 Chartplotter
list price: $458.50
our price: $334.99
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Asin: B00005B8MG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 13370
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

About the size of a small, flat calculator, the mountable Garmin GPSMAP162 is a 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled global positioning system receiverthat will go anywhere. Even with its compact style, this GPS unit boasts anespecially large display for showing more map data and the same power you'vecome to expect from Garmin GPS receiver--even while operating for up to 16 hourson two AA batteries.

The GPSMAP 162 features 500 waypoints (10 nearest, 10 proximity), 20 reversibleroutes with up to 30 points each, and an automatic track log. It is alsocompatible with Garmin's line of downloadable MapSource CD-ROMs and will store2.5 MB of downloaded map detail.

Always know just where you're going with preloaded maps on rivers, lakes,worldwide cities, navaids, tide data. With a detailed base map, users also havethe ability to look up address and telephone number information for nearbyservices and points of interest as well as find map detail for cities, highways,and interstates.

This quality Garmin product comes with a one-year limitedwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • GPS 162 chart-plotting receiver
  • WAAS enabled
  • 500 waypoints
  • 20 reversible routes with up to 30 points each
  • Built-in base map; 2.5 MB memory for downloading data from optional Garmin MapSource CD-ROMs

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best buy in a fixed mount, charting GPS
Plotting and map availability have really come of age in this unit. Like all of Garmin's products the 162 is user friendly and menu driven. Newer units are WAAS acurate and come with a PC interface cable. All functions can be reached in a couple of button hits. There are several pages, map, position and navigation. Each has its own menu, a second swipe of the menu button brings you to the main menu. Anyone familiar with a windows computer will be able to use it almost immediately. Garmin has also added a nifty tide predictor and almanac feature. The alphanumeric waypoint naming feature is also a plus.

The 162 comes in two versions, one with an internal antenna for boats without tops (or just a bimini) which saves you from mounting the antenna, and one with a more traditional mushroom antenna for hard tops or t-tops.

The CD-ROM map includes all of the US and allows you pick and choose your area of coverage. It lacks the depth feature and hyper accuracy of Garmin's new, top of the line, blue chip models. But that's a price feature.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best in its price range.
I bought this unit after narrowing my choices down to it and the ... Standard Horizon. I went with the Garmin because of it's increased upgradability. Garmin continually updates the firmware packages for its GPS units. For instance, this unit came out before WAAS was available, but a simple, and free, download from the Garmin website added WAAS capability in a matter of minutes using the supplied AC/PC adapter. And, most importantly, Blue Chart map detail is now available in MapSource CD ROM form. This is the best map data available today (as detailed as any paper chart), and with the MapSource system, you can transfer as much or as little data as you need to your GPS. The BlueChart CD ROM adds immeasurably to this product. Negatives: the addition of the BlueChart detail slows the redraw times of the screen considerably. Also, the one area where the Standard Horizon outshines it is in screen clarity, but this unit is good enough in that respect to still come out on top, in my opinion. A solid 4 out of 5 stars. ... Read more


43. Garmin GPS MAP176C Color Navigation System
list price: $685.70
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Asin: B00005NGQU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 21769
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Amazon.com Product Description

Garmin's GPSMAP 176 is a powerful 12-parallel channel GPS receiver with Wide Area Augmentation System (WASS) capabilities. WAAS is an enhancement to GPS that receives signals from additional satellites to improve mapping accuracy to within three meters. Another charting feature is Garmin's exclusive BlueChart marine cartography, which provides offshore map details like contours, inter-tidal zones, spot soundings, wrecks, port plans, and restricted areas.

With a backlit grayscale display measuring 3.8 inches diagonally and a pixel resolution of 320 x 240, you definitely won't have to strain your eyes while trying to read directions.

The GPSMAP 176 is also equipped with a built-in basemap of the Americas with cities, highways, interstates, exit information, rivers, lakes, and U.S. tide data. Navigation functions are provided, like 3,000 waypoints, 50 reversible routes, trip computer, alarm, and celestial tables.

You can easily download maps from your computer for your specific GPS needs: the GPSMAP 176 is compatible with most MapSource products such as Garmin BlueChart marine cartography, MetroGuide, and Fishing HotSpots.

The GPSMAP 176 includes a PC cable, power/data cable, marine mount, owner's manual, and quick reference card. ... Read more

Features

  • 12-parallel channel receiver
  • Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) enabled
  • Features Garmin's exclusive BlueChart marine cartography
  • 3.8-inch backlit 16-color display
  • Resolution of 320 x 240; accepts downloadable information from Garmin's MapSource line

44. Garmin GPS 60 1 MB Handheld GPS with Waterproof Exterior
list price: $192.99
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Asin: B0002V4QVG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
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Features

  • WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver
  • Built-in quad helix receiving antenna with remote antenna capability
  • Case: Rugged, fully gasketed, waterproof, IEC 60529 IPX7 (Submersible 1 meter @ 30 minutes)
  • Display: 1.4”W x 2.1”H, high contrast, 4-level gray LCD (160 x 240 pixels), Weight: 5.4 ounces with batteries (not included)
  • Runs on 2 AA alkaline batteries; includes serial and USB interfaces

45. Garmin eMap Deluxe GPS with Memory Card(12 Channel, Map Compatible)
list price: $299.99
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Asin: B00003OPEV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 12458
Average Customer Review: 4.17 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Save yourself the humiliation of having to stop and ask directions on your next lengthy road trip: invest in Garmin's eMap Deluxe. The eMap GPS receiver will give you fairly accurate mapping information, directions, and even help you manage and track your journeys.

For those unfamiliar with the term, GPS (global positioning system) involves 24 satellites that circle the planet. At any given time, the eMap makes contact with at least three of them to determine everything from speed to location. So, as long as you're motoring around the great outdoors, you'll be in the know.

It features a detailed 120 x 160 pixel display, backlighting for nighttime navigating, and easily navigable controls. With the eMap's simple cursor control, you should be up and running with almost no effort. Considering this unit only weighs 6.7 ounces, it could easily be the best roadside companion on long drives--or local trips if you're that directionally challenged.

If you're going to do some serious pioneering, you're also in for a good deal of choices. You can catalog 500 waypoints, 2,000 log points, and 10 saved tracks. But there is a downside to all this power in the palm of your hand: Garmin supplies you with only basic mappings of major roadways and intersections. If you're looking for city-street maps or more detailed coverage, get the checkbooks ready. Garmin sells optional MapSource CD-ROMs that will provide enormous amounts of map data, showing streets, alleys, and even restaurants. A series of different Map CD-ROMs are available and cost, on average, about $170. When all is said and done, with hidden costs, you can expect to spend upwards of $350 to get everything you'd need out of the eMap Deluxe. --Dave Thomas

Pros:

  • Easy to use
  • Lightweight
  • Large, crisp display
  • Room for extra memory cartridges
  • Map data fed by satellite good for North America and parts of Europe

Cons:

  • Detailed maps are expensive
  • Batteries last only about 10 to 12 hours
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Features

  • Deluxe package includes GPS unit plus PC cable and 8 MB memory card
  • Automatic track log lets you retrace your path in both directions
  • Includes maps covering major American roadways
  • Large, backlit display for nighttime navigation

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars A great GPS unit!
had my e-Map for over a month now and really love it. good acuracy, fast positioning, and easy to use software. make sure to download the latest sw from the garmin web site. it's free and has useful new features not in the software shipped with the unit. one downside is the short battery life - only ~8 hours when in he normal mode but power saving mode extends battery life considerably. comes with a power cord that you can plug into a cigarett lighter socket so the short battery life is no problem when using it in the car or boat.

bought the u.s. roads and recreation software and am extremely pleased with it. incredible detail and falling-off-a-log easy to upload maps from the cd into the e-map. don't waste your money on the worldmap cd, which has no where hear enough detail to be useful for anything.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Map Tool
This is one GREAT little mapping tool! I bought about 3 weeks ago and am loving it. It is very east to operate and has many features. It is a GPS that you can slip into your shirt pocket, and the controls are simple to use. Although there are most features necessary for navigation, there are a few shortcomings. For one, it is not rated water submersible. In fact, it is not sealed and is just rated "rain resistant." This could cause problems when using this unit anywhere around water or if hiking during a bad thunderstorm. It does not do an automatic address to address routing. Although, with a MetroGuide map loaded with the information you need, you can "Find" a specific address and the eMap will point it out to you. It records the altitude but that page is embedded several layers deep. In the map display, you cannot see the map section boundaries at zoom levels less than 30 miles. Several maps (on CD) are available from Garmin for downloading. I bought the MetroGuide USA, World Map, US (including Alaska & Hawaii) Topo Map, MetroGuide Italy and Roads & Rec. Italy. I will take this to Italy with me in Sept. and to China in Nov. I love it. It has a lot of neat features. Also bought the cigarette lighter adapter, dash mounting bracket and external antenna. I have not hooked up the external antenna yet but have not had any problems getting reception in the pickup with the built-in antenna. Cannot get reception indoors. The MapSource maps are pricey but are complete. Would probably not need two maps for Italy.

I think this is a great GPS and would recommend it to anyone who wants an easy-to-use "Shirt-pocket" size GPS map.

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite toy...
I have owned this unit for about 18 months and have absolutely no regrets. Yes, it did take a few weeks to learn how to use the unit, but it was well worth the time.

I found the easiest way to learn was to use it while navigating on long trips. By the time we got to our destination, I was an eMap expert. Want to find a decent restaurant along the way? Use the find/exits feature. Better yet, position the cursor on a major city and use find/points of interest/food. When traveling to Springfield, Illinois last weekend this is how we found a really cool coffee shop along the way in Crawfordsville, Indiana. After lunch I pressed find/points of interest/historical. We toured an old "rotating jail" museum from the 1800's located just a few blocks away.

Sure, the information might have been in AAA books, but we spent zero minutes lost using the Garmin, and the Garmin has far more restaurants than AAA (and the phone numbers and addresses to boot!)

... I bought the 128 MB card, the USB programmer and the leather case. Using the USB programmer it takes about 14 minutes to flash the 128 MB card. A serial connection requires about 8 hours to flash a 32 MB card. If you download maps frequently like I do, the USB is worth it.

A final note: the eMap is one of the few GPS units with the buttons under the screen rather than above the screen. Big deal? Well ergonomically this makes sense since you will not be covering the screen with your hands when using the GPS. I never understood why this layout is not more popular.

Just buy it.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not good for navigating streets, but fun for recreation
If you want to know exactly where you are, this is a great toy. If you want to figure out where you are going, this is useless.

I expected the GPS to be able to offer advanced features similar to what we have come to expect with GPS's built in to cars, or map websites on the internet (turn by turn directions). Or at least directions. Or at least finding addresses.

This was a disappointment, even with Garmin's map cds.

The fun part? I purchased some topographical map software from a different vendor. Uploaded the waypoints from my garmin...and I could follow my mountain expeditions all over the topo maps. That was kinda fun. Also, then the other way, in the mountains the GPS kept me pointed in the right directions. Also, carrying it running keeps track of how far you run much more accurately then those pedometers, and keeps track of speed.

Ever wonder what you are flying over on those long flights over middle America? Turning this on in an airplane is kinda fun.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not useful in Euorpe. Customer service stinks.
This is a nice unit, and it is interesting to read the glowing reviews of customers who have owned the Garmin eMap for two or three weeks. I have owned the unit for over a year. It works well in the US. It will not guide you street by street to a location, but it will guide you "as the crow flys." You get a straight line between you and the destination. It works.

It does not work well in Europe. I purchased the UK and French CDs. I installed them on the memory card and used them in England, Wales, and all over France. The first problem is that the Garmin eMap just doesn't pick up or hold on to the GPS satellites in Europe very well. It may be that they are too far south or that the antenna is designed for use in US latitudes. I have no explanation but if you intend to use this in Europe, look for another unit.

The second problem is that even after loading the UK and French MetroGuides, when you press the Find button you get a list of US cities. I disabled the US city maps and I still got the list of US cities. You cannot "Find" and navigate to a foreign city. The only way to navigate is to know where the city is, then scroll to it on the tiny eMap screen and click on it. If you don't know where the city or tiny Welsh village is, then you are completely out of luck. Very frustrating either way. Again, if you are travelling out of the US you should steer clear of the eMap.

My other problem is with Garmin's service. I could not get my eMap to communicate with my laptop. It communicated with three different workstations, but not my Dell laptop. Garmin tech support insisted that there was obviously something wrong with my laptop. I even read them the error messages from the MapSource program, which cited program line numbers with errors in them. They insisted that the problem was my laptop, not their software. I own my own software company, so I know a software problem from a hardward problem. My modem and PalmPilot work on the laptop but the Garmin does not. Garmin's support staff refused to help or even acknowledge that there was a problem. They refused to bring the problem up with a senior support person or a programmer. I got the same answer no matter how many times I called and no matter who I spoke with. A year went by and I got along by using a workstation. Recently Garmin made an update available for their MapSource program that fixed a communications bug with some laptops. I downloaded it and magically my laptop started communicating with the eMap.

If you never need customer support, and you won't travel out of the US, then the eMap is a product you should seriously consider. ... Read more


46. Garmin GPS 12XL Personal Navigator (12 Channel)
list price: $309.07
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Asin: B00000J40Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 17076
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Garmin GPS 12XL Personal Navigator provides an affordable choice foroutdoor adventurers who want a dependable and hard-working 12-parallel-channelhandheld global positioning system. It offers fast satellite acquisition in thetoughest conditions--even in heavy tree cover.

The GPS 12XL's rugged, waterproof case features military-tough construction, andits rocker keypad design provides true one-hand operation. The 12-channelreceiver locks into satellites fast and stays locked on, even in extremeconditions. More than just an ultrareliable receiver, the GPS 12XL is loadedwith navigation information including 106 map datums and seven grid formats,plus advanced orienteering features like user datum/UTM/and user grid formats todefine your own map parameters.

It features 20 reversible routes with up to 30 points each, plus MOB andTracBack modes. You can store up to 500 waypoints, 1,024 track log points, and 9proximity waypoints. The large, crisp display gives you a clear picture of whereyou are. You'll get a host of advanced navigation features like enhanced moving-map graphics, average and maximum speed data, and trip timers.

The GPS 12XL uses an ergonomic rocker keypad for easy one-hand operation andfeatures a user-friendly operating system to keep you on the move instead ofpushing buttons. It has a voltage range of 10 to 32 volts and gets up to 24hours of battery life with 4 AA batteries. ... Read more

Features

  • 20 reversible routes with up to 30 points each, plus MOB and TracBack modes
  • Large, easy-to-read display
  • Keypad designed for 1-hand operation
  • Includes ultrasonically welded waterproof case

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Just what I was after
The Garmin GPS 12XL is exactly what I was looking for. I was not after a GPS unit that had stored maps, as in New Zealand there isn't that much mapping information available - hence I didn't go for the mapping GPS products.

It is a sturdy, compact, and portable unit, only slightly larger than my cell phone (Nokia 6120). It fits easily and comfortably in my pocket.

Battery life so far has been very good.

It is very simple to use, and easy to navigiate once you become familiar with the interface and functions. You can easily operate it with only one hand. The displays are very functional and quite flexible in the information they display.

Whilst it can be a bit of a pain modifing waypoints manually, doing on the computer and then uploading them will save you much time. Download some free software, get the car adapter/pc serial combo cable and you'll be sweet. My first data transfers were trouble-free and easy to do. It works well in the car off the power as well.

I also purchased the car antenna, and this generally provides accuracy down to +/- 4-5 metres which is about the limit due to atmospheric error. If you are going to use the 12XL in your car - get the antenna.

I showed it to a friend recently and he went snap - he had just purchased two units the same for a Search and Rescue team.

I look forward to a good relationship with my 12XL :)

2-0 out of 5 stars Great... A few years ago
I bought this GPS a few years ago. As I work in the Army and my unit never fitted me with a military GPS, I decided to get one of my own. I was amazed then. It helped me out alot when trying to figure out my position. It's usefulness is limited in forests and in blizzards, which often is when you need the most. It was of course useless inside armored vehicles, but that's more than one can expect unless one has an external antenna.

The GPS can usualy track your position within two or three minutes, which is pretty fast. However, if you keep it turned on, it will drain your four AA batteries pretty quick.

I have always had the philosophy that one should NEVER solely trust a GPS. One should merely use it as a backup for a map and a compass. For this use, the Garmin GPS-12XL is just as good as you'll ever need it to be. However, the extra functions are rather primitive and probably most suited for fishers to mark their good spots.

Having said all this, I must add that GARMIN has come out with several newer, better, more advanced and even cheaper GPS's. I recommend buying one of those instead. Think carefully and decide wisely.

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent, but expensive
I love this product! I used it in the High Arctic as a backup navigation tool while working as a mining exploration surveyor. Like all battery-powered equipment, the low-end temperature limitation is due to the batteries (4 alkaline AA's). It's portable, solidly made, not too heavy, and most importantly it tracks 12 satellites simultaneously to get a fast position fix. This also makes it somewhat more useful than the average GPS in light tree cover since it is more likely that the unit will be able to get enough info for a position fix (GPS usefulness is marginal in the trees).

The keyboard, windows, and text entry are intuitive, fast to learn, and easy to read: comparable in difficulty to programming phone numbers into a cell phone. The backlit screen is useful at night. The unit appears to be internally well sealed against moisture, although the batteries are not fully isolated from the environment. This probably doesn't matter if you don't actually immerse it in salt water. Battery life is good. The unit is thicker than the pictures here make it look (check the dimensions), but this is not a problem: it fits easily into a pants pocket such as a pair of Dockers.

The unit and its case are black in color, so I advise attaching a piece of surveyor's flagging tape to either the case or the split ring at its base, or taping on reflective tape to the unit or sewing it to the case, **so you don't lose it like I did**. Reflective tape is available at bicycling stores.

I bought this exact same unit in 1997 for [the same price] and am very surprised that it hasn't either changed or come down in price more than it has. That said, I'd buy it again after looking at the competition to check for value. Make sure that the competitive unit tracks 12 satellites *simultaneously*.

4-0 out of 5 stars good navigation
Well, I have been looking for a good navigator. This is a something you can have on road when you need road assistance. It is also affordable. ... Read more


47. Garmin eTrex Camouflage GPS with Hunting/Fishing Calculator
list price: $157.84
our price: $102.99
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Asin: B000059ZYF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 7306
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Amazon.com Product Description

Housed in a waterproof camouflage case, the Garmin eTrex Camouflage isthe perfect GPS device for your next hunting trip. This 12-parallel-channel GPSreceiver comes in a 5.3-ounce unit that is only 4.4 inches high and 2 incheswide. It literally fits in the palm of your hand. And thanks to its RealTreeHardwoods camouflage pattern, you can keep the eTrex by your side without givingaway your location.

All buttons are located on the sides of the unit, allowing for simple one-handedoperation that won't obstruct your view of the display. The eTrex features onlyfive operator buttons, making for a user-friendly design. The Garmin eTrex iscompletely waterproof, so it can take an accidental splash or dunk in the waterand still continue to perform.

Even while operating in forestlike conditions, the Garmin eTrex will continue tomaintain a tight satellite lock. The unit can store up to 500 user waypointswith graphic icons and boasts Garmin's own TracBack feature that will reverseyour track log and help you navigate your way back home. In addition, the GarmineTrex uses animated graphics that will help you identify your marked waypointsquickly and easily. ... Read more

Features

  • Global positioning system (GPS) receiver continuously tracks and uses up to 12 satellites
  • Waterproof case with RealTree Hardwoods camouflage pattern
  • Calculates current and average speed, time of sunrise and sunset, trip distance, and more
  • Automatic track log--10 saved tracks let you retrace your path in both directions

48. Garmin iQue 360012 Volt Charger Cable
list price: $29.99
our price: $20.89
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Asin: B000087LI7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 7818
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Take your Garmin iQue 3600 on the road with this handy 12-volt charging cable. Simply plug one end into your car's cigarette lighter and the other end into your iQue, and never run out of power again. The whole reason you have this iQue is to help you find your way, so make sure you have the power when you need it. ... Read more

Features

  • 12-volt charging cable
  • Compatible with the Garmin iQue 3600
  • Perfect for charging while you're on the road
  • Plugs into your car's cigarette lighter
  • Never run out of juice again

Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Pretty unnecessary
Why would you need this??

- the Garmin iQue 3600 Auto Navigation Kit will charge as well as this item and has the added advantage of allowing you to use the Garmin 3600 as it was meant to be used...as a hands free GPS navigation system.

1-0 out of 5 stars iQ3600 12 volt charger
This is the second 12 volt charger I've had. Both have blown fuses in my vehicle, then the units also blew something since they didn't work anymore. Garmin did send the second unit at no charge since its under warranty. I'm now calling for a third unit!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor quality adaptor
I bought this adaptor and found it makes a lot of noise when in use. So I asked for a replacement. The replacement does not make noise any more. But there is 10% chance it will blow your car's fuse. ... Read more


49. Garmin eTrex Vista 24 MB GPS with Electronic Compass and Altimeter Bundle

our price: $361.99
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Asin: B0002J1MOM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 13605
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Features

  • Accurate within 5┬░
  • Barometric altimeter with current elevation, ascent/descent rate and more
  • Accepts 8 MB of downloadable map detail from MapSource┬┐ CDs
  • Detailed basemap of Americas highways
  • 2.1" x 1.1" high-contrast LCD screen

50. Garmin Fishfinder 240
list price: $364.27
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Asin: B000059TPW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 10693
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get advanced fish-finding technology and a high-resolution display with the Garmin Fishfinder 240. The Fishfinder 240 transmits at 200 kHz with a sonar power output of 400 watts (RMS) and 3,200 watts (peak to peak) for a highly accurate picture to a maximum depth of 900 feet.

Garmin's See-Thru technology enables the sonar to hear weak and strong signals at the same time. A graphic whiteline presents a clear image of bottom hardness and structure, and the sounder detects fish even when they are suspended inside structure and thermoclines. Depth Control Gain automatically adjusts sensitivity according to depth.

View data on the Fishfinder 240's 4.2-inch diagonal, high-resolution LCD screen with a resolution of 240 by 240 pixels. Display options include split-screen zoom, depth, temperature, speed through water, auto ranging, 2x and 4x auto and manual zoom, three fish symbol sizes, and an adjustment bar. A backlit keypad allows you to navigate the screen with cursor keys and enter data.

The Fishfinder 240 comes in a fully gasketed, high-impact plastic alloy case rated to be waterproof submerged for 30 minutes at a depth of 3.3 feet. This product comes with a protective front cover, mounting kit, wiring adapter cable, and a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 200 kHz sounder with temperature sensor
  • High-resolution, 3.3-by-3.3-inch FSTN LCD screen with 4-level gray
  • Maximum depth of 900 feet
  • Sonar power output of 400 W (RMS) and 3200 W (peak to peak)
  • Protective front cover; waterproof and easy to install

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good value.
For the price you pay this is a decent fishfinder. However, even with the updated software the performance of the 240 blue has been disappointing. As long as you do not plan to fish any water deeper than 500 feet, it works well. After 500 feet you lose the reading and you then must circle back into shallower water to regain the signal. Unfortunately, you generally have to go all the way back to about 300 feet of water to actually do this. In shallow water it works well. Just keep in mind that the actual max depth is 500, not 1500, feet when buying.

4-0 out of 5 stars Garmin 240
The Garmin 240 is an excellent value. It is your best bet for under 300.00. It is extremely easy to install, only a one cable hook up. The High Resolution display is top of the line. The display of the thermocline is great when it works. The transducer has given me problems. But overall it is an awesome value. ... Read more


51. Garmin iQue 3600HotSync Cradle With Serial Connection
list price: $49.99
our price: $32.29
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Asin: B000087LI9
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 14822
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Features

  • 3 foot cable.
  • Uses serial port on PC
  • Sync your PDA to your PC
  • Allows quick file swapping

52. Garmin Automotive Windshield Suction Cup Mount for Garmin eMap
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005B8MA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 20230
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Automotive Winshield Suction cup mount for eMap
  • Tilts and Swivels in all directions and locks into place

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars very utilitarian
It works OK, but depending on where you put it, can obscure your vision. Also, it is prone to falling off as the temperature of whatever you've stuck it to rises and falls. One thing that works really well is the lock that secures the eMap to the device. ... Read more


53. Garmin 010-10373-00 MS European City Navigator V5
list price: $599.99
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Asin: B00012O7NS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 44311
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Features

  • Detailed Maps of Major Metropolitan Areas in Europe
  • Point to Point Routes
  • Displays Points of Interest
  • Access to All Regions
  • Used with STP III

54. Garmin StreetPilot 2660 WAAS-Enabled In-Car GPS with Dead Reckoning
list price: $1,750.00
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Asin: B0002MAJHK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 18727
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Amazon.com Product Description

If you regularly drive in areas where a GPS signal is intermittent, such as urban environments with tall buildings or in mountainous terrain, Garmin's StreetPilot 2660 has all the features you'll need, including preloaded map coverage and dead reckoning. This means that once you have the unit installed by an authorized Garmin installer, you'll continue to get navigation guidance even if you lose GPS reception.

The StreetPilot 2660 is a plug-and-play, portable automotive GPS navigator featuring detailed, preloaded MapSource City Navigator maps. You'll never have to unlock or upload map data to your unit. Its preprogrammed hard drive stores City Navigator maps of North America so you can navigate to a specific address or access an industry-leading database of more than 5 million points of interest, including lodging, restaurants, gas stations, and local attractions. The intuitive, menu-driven liquid-crystal touchscreen ensures that navigating the unit is as easy as navigating the road.

Besides a full-color, high-resolution touchscreen, the GPS unit offers voice-prompted turn-by-turn navigation and a powerful microprocessor for fast route calculation and map redraws. The system includes a unique wireless infrared remote control, which grants easy operation of the unit from a distance. The StreetPilot 2660 also offers WAAS-enabled support to ensure the highest degree of GPS accuracy.

Unlike the earlier 2620, the StreetPilot 2660 has dead-reckoning capabilities, so you'll continue to get navigation guidance even when GPS signals are obscured. To use this feature, a special dead-reckoning cable must be connected to your vehicle's speedometer and backup lights by an authorized Garmin installer. Once installed, your StreetPilot will acknowledge your turns as well as your distance traveled when GPS reception is unavailable. Driving with dead reckoning is so seamless you won't even know if you happen to have lost GPS reception. To use the 2660 in another vehicle, simply unplug the dead-reckoning cable from the vehicle adapter.

Do you want to find the most efficient route for deliveries or sales calls? You can enter a series of destinations, and the StreetPilot 2660 will automatically sort them to provide an efficient route. Road Segment and Area Avoidance helps you avoid traffic tie-ups or roadwork. When you're running on empty, you'll be able to limit searches for gas stations, restaurants, etc., to upcoming points near a route. How about taking the road less traveled? Now you can adjust your preferences for major, medium, and minor roads.

A built-in, routable basemap (North and South America) contains state and country boundaries, lakes, rivers, streams, airports, cities, towns, coastlines, state and interstate highways, local thoroughfares, and secondary roads within metro areas, as well as federal interstate highway exit information for services such as food, lodging, and truck, RV, and automotive service stations.

Other features include non-volatile memory, an integrated dash mounting system provides easy adjustment and quick release, and a built-in patch antenna and an MCX-type connector for optional external GPS antenna connection.

What's in the Box
StreetPilot 2660 receiver with built-in GPS antenna, alphanumeric remote control, external speaker with 12-/24-volt adapter cable, PC/USB interface cable, AC power adapter, dead-reckoning installation cable, portable bean-bag mount (friction mount), a factory pre-loaded version of Americas Autoroute basemap, and MapSource City Navigator North America with full coverage. ... Read more

Features

  • Dead reckoning guides you even when you've lost GPS reception; non-volatile/indefinite data storage--no memory battery required
  • Pre-programmed hard drive featuring MapSource City Navigator, providing street-level detail and addresses for the U.S. and metropolitan Canada
  • Audible and visual navigation instructions and warnings; includes alphanumeric remote control
  • 305 x 160-pixel display with 8-bit, automotive-grade, 256-color touchscreen LCD; built-in photo sensor automatically adjusts for light conditions
  • Integrated dash mounting system provides easy adjustment and quick release; professional installation required

55. Garmin GPS 18 Deluxe GPS Sensor with nRoute and City Select Navigation Software (PC/Serial Interface)
list price: $162.49
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0002HS3A0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 11285
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Amazon.com Product Description

Traveling with your laptop on business or vacation? Garmin's GPS 18 global-positioning sensor is a simple, convenient, and inexpensive way to turn your PC laptop into a personal navigator. The GPS sensor is bundled with nRoute and City Select navigation software that automatically guides you with turn-by-turn directions and voice prompts to get you safely to your destination.

Similar to Garmin's MapSource software, nRoute features an easy-to-use interface, making its operation intuitive so you can focus on driving. It offers auto-routing and voice-prompting capabilities for virtually any address.

The GPS 18 package also includes City Select North America map data with detailed maps of the United States and select cities in Canada. This data is fully unlocked, and map detail includes highways, interstates, business roads, and residential roads, with turn restrictions, speed categories, and other navigation features. Its more than 5 million points of interest include restaurants, lodging, attractions, shopping, emergency services, post offices, among others.

The GPS 18 includes a 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled sensor/receiver just 2.4 inches in diameter with an integrated magnetic base. The receiver connects to your PC via a CMOS-level, DB-9-pin serial interface with 6.5-foot cable and a 12-volt cigarette lighter adapter. The unit accepts TIA-232-F (RS-232) level inputs and transmits voltage levels that swing from zero V (ground) to 5 V TIA-232-F (RS-232) polarity.

What's in the Box
GPS 18 sensor with PC connection, 12-volt adapter, integrated magnetic base, automotive windshield mount, nRoute with City Select North America map data (full unlock), owner's manual, and a quick-start guide. ... Read more

Features

  • A simple, convenient, and inexpensive way to turn your PC laptop into a personal navigator
  • GPS sensor bundled with nRoute and City Select navigation software that automatically guides you with turn-by-turn directions and voice prompts
  • 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled sensor/receiver just 2.4 inches in diameter with an integrated magnetic base
  • Connects to your PC via a CMOS-level, DB-9-pin serial interface with 6.5-foot cable and a 12-volt cigarette lighter adapter
  • Waterproof to withstand immersion in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes

56. Garmin Street Pilot III GPS System In-Store Associate Training Video
list price: $19.99
our price: $14.80
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Asin: B00009WC6R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 8074
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Garmin Street Pilot III training video
I was under the mistaken impression that this video would train a new person in how to use the Street Pilot III. I purchased the Street Pilot III from Amazon.com and this video popped up as a recommended additional purchase. The video is only a few minutes long and is only intended on introducing store sales people on what it is, not how it works. I would not even recommend it for the intended audience since the first time someone asks you a question about the product you will be stumped unless you read the directions to gain familiarity with the unit. ... Read more


57. Garmin GPS MAP176 Navigation System
list price: $571.41
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Asin: B00005NGQV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 36078
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Amazon.com Product Description

Garmin's GPSMAP 176 is a powerful 12-parallel channel GPS receiver with Wide Area Augmentation System (WASS) capabilities. WAAS is an enhancement to GPS that receives signals from additional satellites to improve mapping accuracy to within three meters. Another charting feature is Garmin's exclusive BlueChart marine cartography, which provides offshore map details like contours, inter-tidal zones, spot soundings, wrecks, port plans, and restricted areas.

With a backlit grayscale display measuring 3.8 inches diagonally and a pixel resolution of 320 x 240, you definitely won't have to strain your eyes while trying to read directions.

The GPSMAP 176 is also equipped with a built-in basemap of the Americas with cities, highways, interstates, exit information, rivers, lakes, and U.S. tide data. Navigation functions are provided, like 3,000 waypoints, 50 reversible routes, trip computer, alarm, and celestial tables.

You can easily download maps from your computer for your specific GPS needs: the GPSMAP 176 is compatible with most MapSource products such as Garmin BlueChart marine cartography, MetroGuide, and Fishing HotSpots.

The GPSMAP 176 includes a PC cable, power/data cable, marine mount, owner's manual, and quick reference card. ... Read more

Features

  • 12-parallel channel receiver
  • Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) enabled
  • 3.8-inch backlit display
  • Resolution of 320 x 240
  • Accepts downoadable information from Garmin's MapSource software

58. Garmin GPS II Plus Personal Navigator (MultiTrac8 Receiver)
list price: $309.07
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Asin: B00000DM9D
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 25660
Average Customer Review: 4.09 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com

When the U.S. government launched the first GPS satellite in the late 1970s, they probably didn't know that they were laying the foundation for a revolution, two decades later, in how outdoor enthusiasts would keep track of their position. Thanks to a network of 24 GPS satellites orbiting at 11,000 miles in space, it's possible to know where you are here on earth to within a few meters. And with the Garmin GPS II Plus, you can connect with up to 12 of those satellites to determine your position, altitude, bearing, and even how fast you're going.

GPS II Plus is a lightweight, handheld unit that's extremely simple to set up. All you really need is a clear view of the sky--the graphical display shows the available satellites and the signal strengths of each. With the rocker pad and function keys, you can scroll through a variety of menus to store up to 500 way-points, display a real-time map of your movements, and even calculate the sunrise and sunset times for your present position or any stored waypoint. The GPS II Plus reports positions in latitude and longitude or the Universal Mercator grid system. Requires four AA batteries for operation. The unit is perfect for mountain bikers, fishers, hunters, backpackers, and boaters. --Harry C. Edwards ... Read more

Features

  • Accurate position, direction, and speed
  • Solidly constructed unit
  • Quick setup
  • Gasketed, waterproof case

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Product; Easier to use than other models
The Garmin GPS II, II Plus, and III are all excellent products. I use the II Plus often when boating at night or on hikes. Learning how to use it was easy. Accuracy is as good as any personal commercial product (military models are better). One disadvantage of the II Plus is it is not water-proof. That is the only reason why it was not ranked with 5 stars. Otherwise excellent product for remote locations and boating at night. Appeared easier to learn and use than other GPS. These products work anywhere in the world!

4-0 out of 5 stars Best GPS-unit without built-in map
I ordered my GPS II+ in december '98, and though there is now the III and III+, it is by battery life and easy handling the best GPS device I tried. Although it has the US-city-database, most european cities of evidence are included (and the rest of the world, too !!) - and the rest is easily to be loaded by pc + interface cable. It's easy to operate, and of worldwide use - GPS coverage in South Africa, Europe or in Scandinavia is OK for most purposes in hiking and biking navigation.

1-0 out of 5 stars Pants
It's [bad]. I have one. I wish I'd been given another make or model.

Batteries last about 10 minutes, and I'm not talking [bad] batteries here. The data sets loaded into it are a complete waste of time, they'll just about tell you which country you're in.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Father's Day Gift
My husband has been getting gifts from me for 15 years and finally I got him something he really liked. He has marked several fishing spots with it and everyone he takes fishing with him to these marked spots is very impressed with his GPS. I've used it to go for walks and monitor distance. It is a unique, affordable, and user friendly piece of equipment.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good in the bush
This is my second GPS unit and by far the best, I do not need the in built map function, in some cases my 4WD club goes where no man has gone before. A great tool for navigating around the sand dunes and scrub in Western Australia. Ideal for my hobby which is 4 Wheel driving going away for weekend just to get lost really. The trac back feature is fantastic. Good in tree cover as well. Overall very impressed. ... Read more


59. Factory-Reconditioned Garmin 010-N0232-10 Streetpilot III Deluxe GPS Package
list price: $369.97
our price: $389.88
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Asin: B00012IIWY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
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Product Description

Imagine Never Being Lost While Driving Garmin® makes it possible. Meet the StreetPilot III - the ultimate traveling companion and guide. Create a route and then put your mind on cruise as you follow clear, accurate, voice-prompted turn-by-turn directions to safely reach your destination.The simple, intuitive menus of the StreetPilot III offer access to the shortest and fastest routes, directions, and estimated arrival time of your intended destination. Automated voice prompts alert you to upcoming turns, course deviation, and distance to final destination. At the touch of a button, view the locations of all the nearest highway exits, gas stations, restaurants, ATMs, hospitals, and rest areas on a full-color L CD. The StreetPilot III comes with MapSource City Navigator CD-Rom and everything you need to download street-level mapsets from your PC. Then, just place the portable system on the dash of any vehicle, and enjoy stress-free driving and peace of mind—without any costly service charges or hook-up fees. ... Read more

Features

  • Built-in routable Americas Autoroute or Atlantic Autoroute basemap
  • Screen-width scale 900 feet to 6,100 miles
  • Automatically calculated with turn-by-turn instructions. Up to 50 stored.
  • Voice: Navigation instructions and warnings
  • Trip computer: Resettable odometer, timers, average and maximum speeds

60. Garmin Middle East V2 Mapsource City Navigator CD-Rom
list price: $549.99
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Asin: B0002EWTBW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
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Features

  • Contains detailed maps of select countries, cities and towns in the Middle East - with this purchase, you'll have access to the entire CD-ROM coverage
  • Map detail includes motorways, national and regional thoroughfares, and local roads with attributes such as turn restrictions, speed categories, and other navigation features
  • Displays points of interest such as food and drink, lodging, petrol stations, hospitals, and more
  • Now with “Unlock Wizard” to guide you through the unlock process
  • Will automatically create point-to-point routes in MapSource and on your compatible Garmin GPS

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