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Recent reviews for this item:
Kelsey18, May 2, 2012 Like the unit but not happy with no support mapping...
Captain Ozone, August 18, 2011 Building a sand rail, the race guys sold me on "THE" GPS to
get for off-road. The Baja 5M. I took the race buggy for a
spin in the Arizona desert and was immediately disappointed.
A $600 speedometer! The car symbol was moving on a screen of
solid tan, with very little detail on roads even in town I-
17 and 101. What is more disappointing is the hours I spent
on the phone with Lowrance to try to get info on where to
buy chart detail. I'm looking to get topo and/or satellite
images. No luck so far. A real pain and too time consuming.
I should have just rigged an ipad holder to the dash.
The support guy at Lowrance has not called back as he said
he would. And I was surprised on how clueless he was. he
kept trying to send me to Navioncs. I don't need contours of
lakes when driving a desert race car. The support dude also
suggested that I just drive the back roads in the desert and
just drop a waypoint every few minutes to create a trail...
Then I can find my way back. Brilliant!
I'm not interested in becoming the modern Lewis and Clark.
If i want to leave my house in Phoenix and drive off-road to
Crown King... i want to see dirt roads, hazards, river
crossings, etc etc. Point A to B safe navigation. Getting
stuck in the desert on a dead end canyon or running out of
gas is not my idea of fun.
2011 C'mon man! get with the program Lowrance.
George, June 8, 2011 The manual does not explaine how to operate !!!!!!The chart
ploter .showes plotting 2 hundred yards north of where I
am on the river usualy on the shore.