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Recent reviews for this item:
Critter, May 13, 2011 Several years ago when I purchased my Garmin Street Pilot
III, I also got a 256 MB data card to go with it and it has
worked great. Recently I decided to buy another card since
Garmin no longer supports MapSource for the SP III nor the
SP III itself. Now the new 256 MB data card won't work in
the SP III. I suppose Garmin went and reformatted the
cards so you have to operate on low mememory and constant
map downloads, forcing you to buy one of their newer GPS.
The SP III is by far in my opinion one of the better GPS
and nothing they have come out with yet is any better,
It's one drawback is lack of memory for maps. One can
program the SP III on your computer using the Data Cards,
whereas you can not do that on newer GPS. I also own a
Nuvi GPS, so I know. The data card itself is probably just
fine, but the application of it for a SP III has been
destroyed by Garmin. You are limited now to the 128 MB Card.
Street Pilot User, December 21, 2009 This card works GREAT with the Garmin Street Pilot III
Deluxe. Never any problems!
Too bad that this darn thing costs so much money. At
today's prices, it should cost about $5 to $10.
Not that Garming quit selling the mapping software for the
StreetPilot, one had better hold on to those CD's and load
up this card. 2009 Mapsource (non NT) IS the last version
they will make.
Rob, London, ON, December 15, 2008 I got this instead of the 128MB in case more storage space was needed. I
am using it with my GPSMAP 296. It does the job and there is still a lot of
space left for other data, if needed.
Craig E, December 31, 1969 With my Garmin 276C unit I can get all of RT 95 map sectors from Maine to SW Florida on this card. But remember it will not work in all Garmin units. Most only will take the 128 mb card.