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Discussion in 'GPS 101 - Which GPS For Me' started by 9Dave, Jul 12, 2008.
I just checked their site it says $350? Is there a coupon you need?
It is in their big sale flier they put in the newspaper this time of year for fishing, etc. here is the link, GPS's are n page 22.
So if I don't have a Bass Pro Shops in my back yard... I can't get the $250 price? I'd like to order it online.
I called but you can't order it online. You have to go to Bass Pro Shops and pick one up.
Any info on the 600?
Garmin nuvi 3790LMT Automobile Portable GPS Navigator - 4.3" - Touchscreen - Speaker, Microphone, Photo Viewer - microSD Card - Lane Assist, Text-to-Speech, Full Voice Control, Advanced Pedestrian Mode, 3D Landmark - Bluetooth - USB - 4 Hour - TMC
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West Marine has the base 78 for $199.99 ($50 off regular price) and the 78sc for $349.99 ($100 off regular price) in their July flyer.
Cabelas has the 62s for $219
Best Buy's deal of the day, today only, Sunday Sept 1
Original Price: $180
5" display, lifetime maps, bluetooth, microSD, selectable multiple destinations, gpx support with upload utility, it's a new model not an old one
I know there are some haters on here because it doesn't have a 12V connection, but at $219 delivered, what the hell, I ordered one!
One hater in particular. The only thing lacking on the 62S is the Garmin power plug. Aside from that, it's a great unit.
Is this still true? Went to the website and its $349. Perhaps too slow...
It was a limited time deals.Keep an eye on Woot.com.Thay have sales on GPS.I haven't seen a moto spec GPS but if it's cheap enough,I'll get a handle bar case for it.
You'd be better off getting the 78 at West Marine for $200.
Garmin CNNA and Lifetime Map Updates are $20 off until Sept 15.
Quoting myself here, but GPSCentral in Canada has the 78 for $200 as well until Sept 23rd.
And the 62SC with 5 mp camera for $299.
And they also have the Spot II for $119, and a $50 rebate makes it even cheaper. Don't forget to try the Free Tracking code described in one of the other threads here on ADV if you buy one of these. Saves yet another $50.
Is this thing any good on an adventure bike or am I spinning my wheels. Lots cheaper than a Zumo.
Just had ordered﻿ one few months ago looks to good to let pass battery life is okay
As long as you're happy with the crappy mini usb power source, or you have lots of batteries, and your vision's ok with small screens, you may be ok. The 550 is great as a handheld unit, but don't expect it to be the equal of a Zumo. The maps on the T aren't auto-routing, and many people say they're fairly useless anyway.
The 78 series can be found for as little as $200 from West Marine, and it's more desirable than the 550 because it has a better power connector.
I already have a 60csx and was hoping this one would do routing. Rats.