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Recent reviews for this item:
Bald Eagle, October 9, 2012 GPSCity provides a great service for Garmin products. The
chip is relatively easy to use, but you must move it from
the computer to the Garmin for trail use. Initially I
couldn't bring it up on my Oregon 450T, but customer service
advised me to inactivate conflicting maps (I had National
Geographic maps loaded for the same areas) and it brought up
my location quickly and outlined the trail in red. I set up
a track and had a great hike. Enjoy!
Sun Dog, March 5, 2012 I'm unable to test this yet. live in Minnesota, far from
the area covered by the map. I'll be thru-hiking the AT
I'm really reviewing GPSCity. The Garmin map came on a SDHC
memory chip with very confusing (to me) instructions. It
turns out that the micro-SDHC chip I needed for my Garmin
GPS was inside of a standard sized SDHC adapter. I e-mailed
GPSCity and they immediately clarified what I needed to do.
I would give GPSCity a 5-star rating on both price (they
beat EVERYONE on the internet) and customer service. When I
need another Garmin map, I know where to go.