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- Bundle includes a USB/charging cable, carabiner clip, protective slip case, 4GB microSD card, user manual and a credit for 1 regional TOPO 24K download
- The waterproof 64s boasts wireless connectivity and a high-sensitivity receiver that works with Russian GLONASS and U.S. GPS satellites for superior reception and navigation
- Bright, sunlight-readable TFT transflective display with 65K color measures 2.6 in. with 240 x 160 pixels to present imagery in crisp and colorful detail
- Quad helix antenna and high-sensitivity GPS/GLONASS receiver quickly locate your position and maintain precise location even in heavy cover and deep canyons
- Worldwide base map features shaded relief; easily add more maps such as TOPO U.S. 24K and City Navigator (sold separately) with microSD card slot and 4GB internal memory
- Included 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription allows you to download an unlimited amount of satellite imagery (subscription can be extended at $29.99 per year)
- 3-axis electronic compass with accelerometer tilt compensation shows where you're heading even when you're standing still, without the need to hold the unit level
- Barometric altimeter tracks changes in pressure to pinpoint your altitude; use it to plot barometric pressure over time, helping you keep an eye on changing weather conditions
- Wireless connectivity via Bluetooth® and ANT+™ technologies lets you share your waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches wirelessly with other compatible devices
- Also connects wirelessly to Garmin VIRB action cams and accessory sensors, including Garmin tempe™, foot pods and heart rate monitors (cams and sensors sold separately)
- Smart Notification wirelessly receives email, texts and alerts from your iPhone 4s or later; stay connected without having to dig into your backpack for your smartphone
- With photo navigation, you can download geo-tagged pictures from the Internet and navigate to them
- Enjoy paperless geocaching with 250,000 preloaded caches, locations, hints, terrain and difficulty descriptions from Geocaching.com
- Free BaseCamp software lets you view and organize maps, waypoints, routes and tracks, and allows you to create adventures that you can share with friends and fellow explorers
- Live Tracking lets you invite others to follow your outdoor adventure in real time; send an invite via email or social media and followers can view live data on Garmin Connect
- Hunt/fish calendar; sun/moon info; tide tables; custom points of interest; picture viewer; 5,000 waypoints; 200 routes; track log with 10,000 points and 200 saved tracks
- The slim and lightweight Garmin 64s GPS features an active battery life of up to 16 hrs. with 2 AA batteries; IPX7 rating protects against 1m immersion for up to 30 min.
|OS compatibility||Windows, Mac|
|Display size||2.2 x 1.4 inches|
|Screen Pixels||240 x 160|
|Visual map display||Yes|
|Number of routes||200|
|Number of waypoints||5000|
|Internal memory||4 GB internal/expandable microSD card slot|
|Quad helix antenna||High-sensitivity|
|Position accuracy||3 meters|
|Average battery life||16 hours|
|Dimensions||6.3 x 2.4 x 1.4 inches|
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Oct 27, 2015Not for AlaskaI purchased this to take advantage of the 24K topos for Alaska, where I live. They cover every other state with 24K topos except AK. I understand if not all the state is in 24K resolution, a...
Read More I purchased this to take advantage of the 24K topos for Alaska, where I live. They cover every other state with 24K topos except AK. I understand if not all the state is in 24K resolution, and some are 64K. That's fine, but I'm told I have to pay 99.99 for those topos over and above what I just paid for the bundle. Save your money. Buy something else if you live in AK.
Aug 16, 2014Not user-friendlyI purchased this bundle yesterday. The device looks nice and very sturdy. However, even though I am fairly proficient with computers and electronics, when I sat down to familiarize myself wi...
Read More I purchased this bundle yesterday. The device looks nice and very sturdy. However, even though I am fairly proficient with computers and electronics, when I sat down to familiarize myself with it and to download the "Free U.S. 24K Topo" region map of Western US that was included in the bundle, it was not possible to download the map, as I kept getting a message that the software on the device needed to be updated. I was able to perform the update using a Garmin Express app, but the Garmin web site for the map downloads kept me in a circular pattern of saying the software needed to be updated, initiating a download, aborting the download and starting over. After using two different computers I was unable to download the map, therefore I conclude that either their web site or the device does not work. I don't mind taking time to familiarize myself with new equipment, but spending 3 or 4 hours and not even being able to download maps is no fun. I will be returning this to the store.
Jul 2, 2014Cannot print from downloaded/microSD maps!I give the device itself 3 stars for ruggedness and ease of use (navigating through Garmin's menus could be a lot better). I knock the Bundle down to two stars due to the lack of info regard...
Read More I give the device itself 3 stars for ruggedness and ease of use (navigating through Garmin's menus could be a lot better). I knock the Bundle down to two stars due to the lack of info regarding limitations on the map data. Would I recommend the GPS itself? Yes. Bundle? No. Here's a fun tidbit I learned after purchasing, registering, and downloading all the stuff one needs to do to get the maps data that comes with this device: Garmin's downloadable and micro SD maps products *do not* allow printing of the topos from these map sets. If you want to print a Garmin Topo, you need to purchase the map packages on DVD. This isn't mentioned anywhere on the Bundle packaging, nor is it mentioned in the product descriptions on Garmin's website. So, before you shell out the extra $50 for the Bundle versus the stand-alone version, consider if you want to have a map along with you as a backup. If you don't care about the printed map, this is a good deal. If you do want a map, put the $50 towards a DVD. Lastly, the other extra that comes with the Bundle is a plastic sleeve with clear window to protect the device screen from scratches. These retail for $15-20, but - based on my own experience with Garmin devices - I really don't think they're necessary. Get some screen protector film if you really want to protect the screen, but these devices are pretty bomb-proof.