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Garmin GPSMAP 276Cx
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- GPS AND GLONASS - Internal antenna with GPS and GLONASS satellite reception to track your position in more challenging environments than GPS alone
- OPTIONAL MAPPING - Built-in worldwide basemap with shaded relief, and also upports Garmin TOPO maps, BlueChart g2 HD marine charts, Custom Maps, raster maps, and vector maps
- SEE YOUR SURROUNDINGS - Includes a free 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription for real-life terrain views on your device
- ADVANCED NAVIGATION - Advanced navigation options include automotive mode for street navigation and Curvy Roads routing (with optional mapping)
- WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY - Pairs with your compatible mobile device for automatic uploads, smart notifications, LiveTrack and more; also compatible with Wi-Fi and ANT+ technology
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If you’re a jack-of-all-trades, you need a GPS navigator that’s as versatile as you are. Take a look at the GPSMAP 276Cx. With a large 5-inch display, versatile cartography, connected features and flexible power options, it has the capability to function the best way for you. The navigator’s flexible mounting lets you keep the device exactly where you need it, and its reliable push-button controls resist dirt, dust and grit.
All-terrain GPS Navigator
- Internal antenna with GPS and GLONASS satellite reception for tracking in more challenging environments than GPS alone
- Built-in worldwide basemap and free 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription
- Supports Garmin TOPO maps, Garmin HuntView maps, BlueChart g2 HD marine charts and more
- Supports Active Weather forecasts and animated weather tracking
- Pairs with your compatible smartphone¹ for automatic uploads, smart notifications and more
The Mapping You Want
Almost anywhere you want to go, GPSMAP 276Cx has a compatible map to take you there. It comes preloaded with worldwide basemap and includes a free 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription. It also supports a variety of other mapping options such as Garmin TOPO maps, Garmin HuntView maps, BlueChart g2 HD marine charts, turn-by-turn directions on City Navigator NT, Garmin Custom Maps, raster maps and vector maps.
BirdsEye Satellite Imagery
City Navigator NT
GPS and GLONASS
Internal antenna with GPS and GLONASS satellite reception to track your position in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
Supports Active Weather forecasts and animated weather tracking.
Built-in barometric altimeter and 3-axis compass.
Versatile GPSMAP 276Cx all-terrain navigator has been renewed with advanced GPS and GLONASS reception to track position in challenging environments. Includes a large, sunlight-readable 5-inch screen plus built-in barometric altimeter and 3-axis compass. Preloaded worldwide basemap and free 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription. Advanced mapping, connectivity and flexible mounting options are available; water-rated to IPX7. Dual-power options include AA batteries or rechargeable power pack.
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The way I was hoping to utilize this was for putting mile markers on the interstate so if I come across an accident, I can pull up the Categories Mile Markers, and see the distance from the two closest and I can determine usually accurately my marker down to the tenth of a mile. But I don't need to see all these on my map.
However as you can probably determine I am in public safety and GPS is something I hold dear to my life, but one feature that is my Nuvi that I thought would be in this unit, is when you use the find-coordinates. It bring up the input page to enter the GPS coordinated, but it requires the format that you had set back in the system settings. In a world today we are presented most commonly between 3 different formats, D, DM, DMS, and if you are given coordinates in a different format, normally on a Nuvi you can change the format right from that screen, But when you hit the menu button to get a sub menu options there is no option to change the position format. You have to back all the way out, go to the system set up change position format, then do the process again, and then if you want to go back to your format your using with your maps, you have to go back and change it back. Ultimately would like on the Coordinates input pages the ability to temporary input in a different format. Will we ever see this? Its in the Nuvi's.
There is no geocaching built into this particular unit as well, with the electric compass I figure it would have made a nice device for this with the larger screen for reading geocaching files. But will have to see if Garmin ads this back in later?? I guess due to the size maybe they do not expect you to use it in this manner but I was looking for this to be a replace all my GPS's, but it looks like I will have to hang on to another unit for this functionality. The receiver does extremely well pull in signals, normally always had a 9 foot accuracy, and it works okay at times in a parking agar in downtown lexington, but did loose lock just sitting on dash board no external antenna.
With as big of a screen this unit holds, it is screaming to have touch screen especially for inputing, I'd love to have seen in a unit of this price range and size to offer both touch screen and buttons. The wi-fi and blue tooth worked well, and I was overlaying weather radar, nice feature.
so I know this is like a 2 day review of owning the unit. For me I really want to rate it 3 stars... In its present form it doesn't accomplish what I need it for, lacking Geocaching, touch screen would have made a much better interface on something this large, and the lack of manipulating position formats which is something Im presented with quite often and is available in the Nuvi line. I've been spoiled with the Oregon 650 touch screen and I just may hang on to a touch screen model since I do a lot of interaction with the unit outside of having it hooked to a computer.
Im on the fence if for most people 4 stars is the right rating, If you do most of your interaction with a computer and just need to pull up waypoints, etc you will enjoy the unit, maybe you can bluetooth a keyboard to it? I will have to look at this before possibly sending it back. For me I am given a lt of coordinates in the field, especially with the lack of geocaching, the thumb wheel just is not that fun for keying in data after having a touch screen. and there just a lack or some common things I would expect with the change of position formats on coordinates input screen that is just the deal breaker, I will keep the review a 4 star.
I really like this unit, but I am not sure what is going on here. My Street Pilots never crashed or powered down.
Anybody else see this problem??
I hope Garmin can do a 100% fix because I will buy it later once the bugs are worked out. Sorry about the news on my unit.