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Lowrance XOG 3.5-Inch Crossover GPS Navigator


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  • Rugged and Waterproof GPS Navigation System
  • 3.5 in Diagonal 16bit Color Display / 320Hx240V at Resolution
  • Turn by Turn NAVTEQ Street Navigation w/Voice and Visual Guidance
  • Loads of Optional Mapping for Marine and Outdoor Use
  • 1.75 Lbs (WxLxH) 0.75" x 3.25" x 3.75"
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Technical Details
Item Weight1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions3.2 x 3.8 x 0.8 inches
Item model numberXOG
Display Size3.5 inches
Display Resolution320 x 240
Warranty365 Days (Parts) / 365 Days (Labor)
Battery Life2.5 hours
  
Additional Information
ASINB000Y1X4EO
Best Sellers Rank #29,831 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.5 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 7, 2004
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Lowrance
  • Model: XOG
  • Receiver Description: 12 channel
  • Connectivity Technology: USB
  • Display Size: 3.5 inches
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Product Description

Lowrance XOG Crossover Navigation GPS goes from car to boat and all points in between! It's one GPS unit to do it all! The Lowrance XOG Crossover Navigator features ready-to-go street navigation and loads of optional outdoor maps. Rugged, weatherproof, fully portable and super-accurate with multimedia extras, the XOG is the one-for-all companion for all your travels. Inside the car, on the trail, or in the boat! Details: Bright 3 1/2" (8.9 cm) diagonal 16-bit color 320H x 240V resolution TFT touch-screen display; Digital media card slot for loading mapping data, MP3 files, JPEG photos and customizable skins with an SD / MMC memory card; Unique, downloadable maps with U.S. satellite and aerial imagery, enhanced USGS topographic data, and BLM mapping; Straight-line navigation feature for off-road, on-foot and marine use; Turn-by-turn audio and visual navigation with auto-zooming and automatic recalculation of directions; MP3 audio player and JPEG picture viewer; Operates on internal lithium ion rechargeable battery. All-purpose navigation for any and every adventure. Order Today! Please Note: Please check your local state laws before mounting this item in your vehicle. Lowrance XOG Crossover Navigation GPS

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Customer Reviews

If you need a GPS for land navigation, this is not your best buy.
James T. Peel
What we didn't know was that you have to buy most of the things to make this unit usable.
Satchmo
Screen is almost too bright at night but has three bright levels.
Steven Ogle

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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By DWPC on January 5, 2008
I've waited to buy GPS for my vehicle because I wanted something that would provide good auto-nav for trip AND be useable on 4x4 trails and fire roads. The Lowrance XOG is, for under $250 street price, a super value. For those wanting a auto-nav vehicle GPS to use offroad, its optional maps make it the only game in town (unlike the competition who's detailed mapps are still vaporware).

I won't say much about the normal auto-nav beyond the onboard maps being accurate, a large base of points-of-interest, and easy to use. Voice commands are clear and the interface isn't complicated. Its "normal" use is probably par for units in its price range.

The BIG deal for the XOG is the ability to use optional maps from Lowrance's MapCreate software, and 1:100,000 BLM maps, close-up detail 1:25,000 USGS Topographic Quad maps (scanned), and even satellite photo images; all from Lowrance MapSelect webpage, and even Lowrance fishing maps of lakes for boat use. It overlays the road data over the option maps and you can turn them on/off with the menu. Its notable that Lowrance has a long and solid history in marine electronics.

The optional maps are loaded on a SD card (not supplied). Though at $5/map, they could get expensive for large areas, but two or three will cover a lot of trail country. I've used the USGS maps and they cover roughly 6x6 miles (in great topo and landmark detail). Anyone who has used USGS topo maps will instantly recognize the quality of the higher resolution details. Though they're scanned images, they don't look it. Satellite images are smaller area. The XOG records your track, which can be downloaded, and you can designate trip routes. I also found Lowrance support to be very good (and domestic).
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Robert Walker on December 6, 2007
This thing is great, It has the latest Navtec maps built in, Plenty of POI,s Auto-routing with voice but where this really shines is for off-road, You can load Topo maps from Lowrance onto an SD card or you can download Satelite images/USGS topo/BLM mapping from there website. It will allow you to save tracks and you can import tracks also, It will hold up to 100 tracks at up to 9,999 points in each track, Garmin only lets you load in 20 tracks at up to 500 points each. and their street units ( Nuvi, Quest, Street pilots etc), well forget it as they do not allow you to import tracks. Tracks are the best way to share rides or other type of adventures with others.
This also has a great GPS chip , it is very sensitive, maintains lock in heavy foliage and in other places my Garmin will loose it signal.
I have over 700 miles with it on my Dualsport bike and it is holding up great.
At this price and the things that this will do it is a very good bargain.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Basil Alexander on December 27, 2007
I gather from the online forums that people buy this device for its amazing map selection, either through the manufacturer's software, website or third-party mapping software (all sold separately... starting at $5 for a few square miles online). I've purchased satellite overlays and USGS topographical overlays for the XOG's standard maps, and am very pleased with both. Maps for fishing/hunting/four wheeling are also available. These mapping choices really make the XOG stand out.

Also, the device itself is quite tough: It's splash proof and appears to be able to take a fall. On the downside, it's screen isn't super-bright, or as beautiful (pixels/colors) as similarly priced units. And the battery life is under three hours.

My neighborhood in Washington DC has narrow streets, tall buildings and foliage. Unfortunately, the XOG struggles with these... taking a long time to locate itself (initial triangulation on both "warm starts" and "cold starts") and frequently incorrectly guessing which block I'm on, and even what direction I'm moving.

However, outside of my dense urban neighborhood, the XOG reception improves considerably and it works spotlessly in the suburbs.

Other well executed features include voice directions, quick re-routing, auto-zooming, saving/uploading of tracks/journeys and what I'll call numbers/letters-to-speech (the XOG does read numbered/lettered street names and exit numbers, but does not do text-to-speech).

In general, I am very pleased with the devise.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Deerfield Brent on January 8, 2008
Choice was between Magellan Crossover and XOG. Bought XOG Because of other reviews and Lowrance good marine reputation. MP3 player does work while navigating, but file handling and screen interface is totally unusable, and, as you would expect, the small speaker is poor. Headphones work OK. Contrary to other reviewers, I find the NOT WAAS CAPABLE gps chip slow, inaccurate, and constantly wandering compared to my six year old Magellan 315 handheld. The unit has a wide assortment of options, routes, and preferences which appear to work as advertised, but are very tiresome to access due to multiple pages of options and menus. My unit will not reliably access the after market charts and Sat images downloaded from the Lowrance site @$5 apiece. (A nightmare in itself of failed attempts) The unit appears to only read the SD card if it is inserted while the unit is powered on, and cursor in area of the map, then it seems not to read any other chart on the card. I'm still working on this. Auto navigation seems fine and about the same as any low end gps without true voice directions. So far I am very disappointed.
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