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Recent reviews for this item:
Gerald, March 23, 2013 Inspite of this site's listing of the Oregon as a compatible GPS, the card is too large to fit in the card reader on the unit. GPS city has just demonstrated once again why buying on-line is not a good idea. I don't recommend this product, I don't recommend this retailer and I will be seeking a remedy.
If I do not receive a refund or a chip that fits my GPS I will continue posting negative reviews of this product and your site on a regular basis. I will be contacting you on Monday 25 March to find out what you are going to to about this disgraceful example of retailing.
Bruce, July 11, 2012 Only used on three lakes. The rivers are off by about 200m
compared to the shown location.
Dan, May 22, 2012 has all the lakes in my area but not much details, only has
general outline of most lakes in ontario , not worth thr
DullHooks, May 22, 2012 I'm more than a bit disappointed with the Inland Lakes
Canada Ontario maps card which I have purchased for my
Garmin GPSmap 60Cx. The lakes that are charted are accurate,
but, there are some strange omissions. Three of the four Cdn
Great Lakes are detailed but why not Superior?
Details are also missing for Simcoe, Couchiching, Nipissing
and Lac de Chats to name a few. Recently, while out on Lake
Erie, there were lots of contour lines, but once we passed
the break walls at Port Maitland into the Grand River, nada,
even though the river is fairly wide and 20 feet deep in the
Out on the lake, I found it almost impossible to follow the
"bread-crumb trail" because of the underwater contour lines.
The screen on the handheld 60Cx seems to be too small to
read or interpret the underwater contour lines unless zoomed
in and then I can't "see far enough ahead." However, I don't
have the same trouble with the topo maps because I can use
them further zoomed out
I have been using Garmin's TOPO Canada maps with my Garmin
GPSmap 60Cx for the past four years. The topo maps seem to
be a bit more user friendly because their attention to
detail and their accuracy. I have found them more than
adequate for finding my way back to the boat launch or
re-tracing the "bread-crumb trail" around or over a mid-lake
shoal of a new lake.
I might shop around for a new mounted GPS (with a larger
screen) that will take both memory cards, together or