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Recent reviews for this item:
Graham, August 8, 2012 I purchased this card in April, 2011, just prior to trip to
Australia. My Nuvi350's (I have 3) would not recognize it
and it locked up both my GPSMAP60CSx's. I phoned Garmin
and they were of no help (said it should work with both
units) and advised might be a card problem. I phoned
GPScity and they offered to send replacement card on
receipt of the old one being returned. The new card
arrived a day or so before departure and it still did not
load into the 350's but did load into the GPSMAP60CSx's, so
I had something that worked. I used it for 6 weeks around
Australia and it worked satisfactorily - trails seemed to
be valid for the most part, but some of the highways were a
bit out of date. The GPScity contact tried the returned
card in a newer 60 and it loaded OK, but he did not have a
350 to try it in. My 60s date back to first release and my
Nuvi's to 2008, so it may be that older hardware is not
The card worked in a friend's Nuvi750 and it works fine in
my new Montana650. So you might be OK with this card if you
have recent hardware, but beware!
I gave it low ratings because of the problems I encounterd
and the ignorance of Garmin support personnel.
GPScity folks were quite co-operative - better than Garmin!