Garmin® GPSMAP® 64st Handheld Navigation Unit
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- 2.6" sunlight-readable color screen
- High-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver with quad helix antenna
- Preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps
- 3-axis compass with barometric altimeter
- Wireless connectivity via Bluetooth® or ANT+®
- Includes a 1-year subscription to BirdsEye® Satellite Imagery
- Batteries: 2 AA, NiMH, or Lithium (not included)
- NMEA 0183 compatible
- Supports paperless geocaching with preloaded caches
Garmin's GPSMAP 64st Handheld Navigation Unit, with its built-in 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass, shows your heading even when you're standing still and without holding it level. A barometric altimeter may be used to plot barometric pressure over time, helping you to keep an eye on changing weather conditions.
Share waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches wirelessly with other compatible devices. With Smart Notification you can wirelessly receive email, texts, and alerts from a compatible iPhone® 4s or later. A built-in worldwide basemap with shaded relief is included, as is a 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription. With photo navigation, download geotagged pictures from the Internet and navigate to them.
The waterproof (IPX7) Garmin GPSMAP 64st locates your position quickly and precisely, and maintains its location even in heavy cover and deep canyons. The unit has 4 GB of onboard memory and a microSD™ card slot (card not included) so you can conveniently download and add TOPO 24k and 100K maps or plug in BlueChart® g2 preloaded cards should you choose. Size: 2.4" x 6.3" x 1.4". Weight: 9.2 oz.
Manufacturer model #: 010-01199-20.
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1
Rated 1 out of 5 by InShoreKayaker Trip Odometer Increments when stopped
Bought this to replace my gpsmap 62 that dove overboard while kayaking. Based on my very favorable regard for the 62, I was looking forward to the upgrade. The first problem is minor - the location icon (big triangle showing your position) is HUGE. It takes up far to much screen real estate and cannot be customized to be smaller. Ok... I could live with that.
The real problem is the trip odometer. I was surprised to find out I could kayak at 10.4 miles an hour! No... the odometer is bad. I reset the unit, updated to the latest software and tried again. The odometer increments even when you are stationary. This is not a GPS drift issue. Garmin support could not fix and recommended I exchange it. I did the exchange.
I turned it on and left it on my desk and returned later to discover I had traveled over a mile at a max speed of 2.7 mph. I returned the second unit and the store recommended I just get a refund. The serial numbers of both units were within 900 of each other... maybe it was a bad run. The high serial number was 3BR002364. Before you take yours home, look at the serial number and make sure it is not close to this one. As for me... I have lost confidence in Garmin and will have to look for a different brand.
Kudos to Bass Pro for having such a great support policy - no hassle at all on the exchange or the refund
September 7, 2014
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