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Garmin® Dakota 20 GPS

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Garmin® Dakota 20 GPS

  • A versatile choice for serious outdoor enthusiasts
  • Three-axis compass
  • Barometric altimeter
  • Short-range unit-to-unit wireless connectivity
  • Waterproof and impact-resistant
  • MicroSD-card-compatible for expanding memory capacity
The top-of-the-line Dakota 20 handheld GPS is a versatile choice for serious backcountry hunters, high-altitude alpine expeditions and coordinating with a group for urban or off-road travel. With a three-axis compass, barometric altimeter and short-range unit-to-unit wireless connectivity, it has high-end features without a high-end price. A bright, 2.6" sunlight readable touch-screen display delivers full-color, high-definition images. It's waterproof and impact-resistant. High-sensitivity Garmin GPS receivers detect signals rapidly with HotFix™ satellite prediction technology to calculate your position faster. Comes pre-loaded with a highly detailed worldwide basemap. Store waypoints, extra maps and other information with 850MB of internal memory. It's MicroSD-card-compatible for expanding memory capacity. A USB interface lets you upload map data, software updates and other features like City Navigator NT, Blue Chart g2 and Topo mapping software. This unit runs for 18 hours on two AA batteries (not included). It includes a USB cable, a lanyard, a quick reference guide and an owner's manual on disk.
Weight: 5.5 oz.
Dimensions: 3-1/2"H x 2-1/2"W x 1-1/2"D.
Text Size: AAA
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