Garmin GPSMAP 64S Full Country 1:50,000

 

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GPS with full GB mapping

The GPSMap 64S has a large colour screen and comes bundled with full country 1:50,000 Ordnance Survey mapping  and street level mapping on a micro SD card. So this will display where you are on the hill and take you from A to B along the roads when in automotive mode! Directions on the road are given as bleeps rather than voiced.

With it's quad helix antenna and WAAS-enabled high sensitvity receiver  the GPS Map64s fixes your position quickly and precisely and maintains that GPS location in heavy tree cover and canyons.

The unit has a 3-axis electronic compass which is tilt compensated so that the GPS can point to your next waypoint even when stationary. The barometric altimeter provides a precise elevation reading or pressure graph over time. 

Planning and adding further maps

It is compatible with Garmin's BaseCamp. With this free download on the PC and the GPSMap 64s connected via USB, any mapping on board can be seen on the PC. Routes can be planned within Basecamp and then routes downloaded to the unit. The unit is compatible with BirdsEye Select which are extracts of 1:25K explorer maps for anywhere in Great Britain that can be purchased from Garmin on-line and then sent to the GPS to complement your 1:50,000 mapping. In addition the 64S is compatible with Garmin Custom Maps, free software that transforms paper and electronic maps into downloadable maps for your device. The 64s has a microSD slot, either to store further mapping on blank cards or to accept preprogrammed mapping cards such as GB Discoverer.

Geocaching

The 64S supports geocaching GPX files for downloading geocaches and details down to your unit. The 64S stores and displays important information such as location, terrain, difficulty and hints to find the cache; so no more manually entering lots of co-ordinates and paper printouts!

  • 3.6 x 5.5cm colour screen, 160 x 240 pixels
  • Full country mapping (GB) at 1:50,000 Landranger scale
  • Street level mapping for Great Britain
  • Compatible with Garmin's BaseCamp
  • 3 axis electronic compass
  • Barometric altimeter
  • 20 hrs battery life (2xAA)
  • USB connectivity to PCs plus wireless unit to unit
  • Waterproof to 1 m for 30 mins (IPX7 standard)
  • Storage of 200 routes/2000 waypoints
  • Micro SD slot
  • 260g (with batteries)
  • Dimensions: 6.1x16.0x3.6cm

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