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- Weight: 0.85 Lbs
- UPC: 753759098513
- Vendor Part #: 010-00840-01010-00840-01
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Make a splash with the GPS 72H, a lightweight, waterproof handheld that floats. Simple yet robust, the GPS 72H features high-sensitivity GPS and a USB connection along with its large screen, simple operation and rock-solid performance. Find your way effortlessly with the GPS 72Hs high-sensitivity GPS receiver. GPS 72H acquires satellite signals quickly and tracks your location in challenging conditions, such as heavy tree cover or deep canyons.
|Manufacturer||Garmin, Ltd |
|Manufacturer Part Number||010-00840-01 |
|Manufacturer Website Address||www.garmin.com |
|Brand Name||Garmin |
|Product Model||GPS 72H |
|Product Name||GPS 72H Portable Navigator |
|Product Type||Handheld Navigator|
|Connectivity Technology||Not Applicable |
|Wireless Technology||Not Applicable |
|Number of Channels||12 |
|Memory||1 MB ROM|
|Display & Graphics:|
|Display Screen||Grayscale LCD |
|Display Resolution||120 x 160|
|Number of Batteries Support||2 |
|Battery Size Support||AA |
|Battery Chemistry||Nickel-Metal Hydride (NiMH) |
|Battery Rechargeable||Yes |
|Battery Life||18 Hour Maximum|
|Power Source||Battery |
|Form Factor||Portable |
|Dimensions||6.20" Height x 2.70" Width x 1.20" Depth |
|Weight||7.70 oz - With Batteries|
|Package Contents||GPS 72H Portable NavigatorWrist StrapOwners Manual on DiskQuick Start Manual|
Features:Hunt/fish calendarSun and moon informationTide tablesArea calculation
|Standard Warranty||1 Year Limited |
|Submited By: Cosine, Inc. on 03/23/2010|
It was what I ordered. It came on time. It was not damaged. I have yet to use it.
|Submited By: W. Carlberg on 04/10/2010|
Garmin s 72H is an adequate, low cost, navigational tool. I use it exclusively for Marine navigation when I am in areas I have not visited before. As an "old salt" I use paper charts and guide books for planning and prime navigation - but the GPS puts me right on the bouy marker I m heading for. Time, speed, and other features are helpful but not critical for me. It is easy to use once you figure out the data input process. The manual could have been written much more clearly and thoroughly. It is the weakest part of the deal.
|Submited By: Mac on 05/21/2010|
1 cheated or swindled.
2 ruined; rendered ineffective.
3 a company selling GPS devices
I bought this for my boat to be used as an anchor alarm and NMEA GPS backup.
It s purported to have a "high-sensitivity" receiver. However, it wouldn t work inside my house even though my Qstarz BT-Q1000X has no problem receiving 13 satellites in the same environment.
I tested the anchor alarm. Folks this is useless. It gives a little chirp-chirp-chirp ONCE. And that s the only alarm you re going to get. The first time it went off I didn t even hear it. I found people making the same complaint about the model 76 and that Garmin had issued a software update that caused the alarm to continue until reset. Thinking they might have issued the same update for the 72H, I bought an over-priced Garmin mini-USB connector cable and installed the WebUpdater software. It found my 72H and begin the "Updating Software" process. This never ended. Several hours later I quit the software and when I turned the 72H back on, it wouldn t advance beyond the startup screen.
I called Garmin "technical support" and after waiting for twenty minutes was told all I can do is return the unit to be repaired. That was when I realized I d been garmined.
|Review Average: ||Amount of Reviews|
|4 stars, based on 5|