A 10-inch color display has a control knob. The U.S. Lakev HD maps and blue Chart g2 charts are loaded. The max power usage is 32.4 Watt. Current draw at 12 VDC is 1.9 A. A high-sensitivity internal 10 Hz gps receiver. There is a built-in single channel CHIRP SideV. Panoptix support and scanning sonar are sold separately.
👤The unit I bought was for the console. I bought a 93sv unit to put on the front of the boat, it has more value than the 1042xsv. It is easier to navigate through the menus on the 93sv. I thought the unit was a touch screen. It is not. The 93sv is $400 cheaper than the previous model. This unit is not good.
👤The description is not correct. It states that there is a transducer with high wide CHIRP, 250 W and CHIRP ClearV/ SideV, 455/800, 350 W. It doesn't. There is a false advert.
👤Does not come with a memory card and insists on one before it will work with Active Captain. You can save yourself a step and buy a chartplotter now.
👤The product arrived on time.
👤Go for the touch screen. Menus are difficult to navigate.
👤When the transducer does not, why doesn't Amazon clean up the misleading statement?
CRUISE CONFIDENTLY: Simrad Cruise is an easy to use chartplotter. The box contains everything you need for simple and straightforward gps navigation. Always on course. Simrad Cruise comes with a US coastal map and all the charts you need to enjoy your day on the water. It supports enhanced charts from C-MAP. It is reckless control. You can find the information you need quickly with intuitive menus. navigating from screen to screen with the help of theRotary dial and keypad controls. Stay informed. Critical boat information can be monitored on your screen for quick reference and situational awareness. Automatic depth tracking is provided by the included 83/200 transducer, without the need for fine tuning or pre-programming. Automatic depth tracking is provided by the included 83/200 transducer, without the need for fine tuning or pre-programming.
👤You can't find anything easier or more complete than this, and there are so many to choose from. It is easy to use and install and the hardware is included.
👤Great unit. It was easy to use. Loaded maps do not have update and accuracy which impacts reason for purchase. I had to buy charts to supplement the ones I already have. I did this after 6 uses and 2 cases of running aground because of the US Coastal Maps.
👤There is a $100 rebate on the cruise 7. It's a nice plotter. The stock charts they came with did not work for me in Alaska. The alaska chart card is from Navionics. The sounder provides a sharp picture and the plotter is easy to use. It is easy to see all the necessary information on the screen. It's a good one! It's easy to install.
👤It works like a champ. The install was easy and the visibility was great.
👤I had to buy an SD card from the warehouse for $200 because I didn't have Alaska waterways installed.
👤After messing with the unit to get the add on software installed. The installation should go without a hitch because it is a nice unit. It is definitely worth it to have a big screen with easy controls.
👤The depth finder hasn't worked since I bought it. I was on hold for over an hour while trying to call tech support. I made the purchase for the charts because of that.
👤Does not have charts for inland waterways.
The GO9 XSE MFD, Dash Mount Kit, Edge Bezel, Power Cable, Sun cover are included. It is possible to integrate with engines. You can connect to compatible third-party devices with OneHelm. You can build your marine system with the best network connections. Maps and charts can be used to navigate any waters. From nearly anywhere, you can manage your marine experience.
A 2.6-inch display. The display is 2.15 inches high. The diagonal is 2.6 inches. There is a shaded relief basemap and a microSD card slot for optional mapping. A compass and barometric altimeter. A built-in electronic compass and barometric altimeter. 1.7MB of memory is built-in.
👤I ordered this to have a handheld backup to the chartplotter on my sailboat, but it doesn't have any marine charts, despite being advertised as a "MarineGPS Navigator and World Wide Chartplotter". It doesn't have a microSD card so you can't load them on. You have to pay more for the marine charts you want. I should have looked at the Q&A page before buying since the first question says it's made for use on land, despite the fact that I said it was a MARINE navigator. False advertising! I will return this unit since it is useless for my purposes.
👤The maps are empty. You will have to spend more money to get the maps. The maps are not cheap, and you can only get them from the manufacturer. The download process is not easy. You will hate the company.
👤I have been using it for about 200 days a year since I got it. I put a screen protection on it, and change it out often. I use this all day for field biology work. It took some getting used to, and I still use Mapsource for some stuff to work with, but the software is much easier to use than the de lorme stuff. When my old Garmin 76 got run over, I got a Delorme Earthmate PN-60w for a backup/replacement, but it was hard to figure out, and the software was crazy. The ability to download satellite imagery was the reason I got both. The Delorme software has too many layers. You just say high resolution, and go for it. The download speeds are slow. To get a 150 mile by 100 mile area at high resolution, you will have to spend a day and a half coming back and clicking on the next section you want to download. A 200mb file can take an hour or so. I have tried on faster connections and it is still slow. I like the 10000 waypoints, I have a 32gb memory card in there, and I have 20gb of satelite imagery downloaded onto it. I like the old style push buttons, I use them a lot and charge my AA batteries on my little solar charge. I think you can go 2 days on regular AA's, though I use the screen saver that turns the screen off at 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or 1 min intervals, you can make it look like your old style garmin format for. The Cons-Garmin sat imagery is slow to download and requires a $30 a year subscription service. If you downloaded imagery on your computer while your subscription was in effect, you can't move it back onto your device once it expires. $30 a year is what they want. The cost of doing business for me is not appealing to a recreational user.
👤GArmin is for the customers. If you sort them by alphabetical order, you can keep up to 2000 waypoints. I was contacted by the company and they said that this is by design. They open a refrerence case with the reference number being PSC 41733.
Bright, Sunlight-readable 6” combo. The optional GT 24 transducer is optional and can be used for high definition scanning and traditional CHIRP. The bluechart G3 charts have integrated data for the coastal U.S. Network support for autopilot and engine data. The quick-release bail mount is easy to use. The included components are: power/data cable, tilt/swivel mount, flush mount, and Hardware.
👤En la descripcion del producto dice, el Trasductor GT 24 OPCIONAL INCLUIDO, tienen unas integrciones. A continuacion coloco la descripcion resaltada del producto publicado donde lo, y me llega sin el trasductor, hoce el reclamo al vendedor. dice: Encuentra ms peces A la luz del sol, the UHD 64cv con una pantalla brillante. El transductor GT 24 opcional proporciona una imagen ntida de lo quiero de tu barco. BlueChart® G3 con los mejores datos de Garmin and NAVIonics is precargado. Cuenta con un soporte de liberacin rpida. El soporte de red Nmea 2000® y NMEA 0183 ist proporciona.
👤I have an accurate gps while I am fishing. I can read the display in the sun and see my data on my network. I needed a second chart plotter.
👤I liked the graphics and the ability to use a split screen.
👤It's easy to read in the sun. It's much better than the older version we had on the boat.
👤I own a 30 foot sailboat. It works well and is good value. I would have liked to have paid more for a touch screen.
The dual-beam transducer with the traditional sonar is included. You can use the built-in mapping software to create and store maps with up to 2 million acres. You can use built-in gps to mark routes and view boat speed. The 4.3” display is bright and Sunlight-readable. Every fishing environment has a rugged design. Every fishing environment has a rugged design.
👤I can't figure out how vexilar can still sell a limited performance product at such high prices after using this on ice. I think it's redneck herd mentality. It took me some time to learn to read, since I have never used or borrowed it before. I used it in a body of water. I got the most accurate results using dual frequencies and a-scope. The high freq shows fish at your lure, while the low freq shows fish in your area. There is a While stationary on ice, fish appear as red blobs of various length, instead of "arcs", because you're not moving in a boat. I was able to distinguish my hook, air bubbles, individual minnows, minnow schools, mud, and weed layers from the fish not laying on the lakebed. The auto gain would make thicker bars. I was used to adjusting the gains when I changed the depth or density. I mounted the supplied transducer to the end of the plastic pipe. If the transducer was not 3 inches below ice, I would get fuzzier readings. My son and I enjoy mapping. The deeper the water, the bigger the reading. In 20 feet of water, I could drill holes 60 feet apart. This would be easier in a boat, and I am looking forward to it this summer. I used a transformer on my Milwaukee tool batteries to run this. In 10 degrees F, 7 hours would tick off my 5ah battery. I often threw water on the machine's face while I was drilling holes or wrestling fish. There is a downside to this unit. It would be a few buttons and a menu. Once you get it setup to your style of use, the amount of button chasing is greatly reduced. It would be great if the buttons had some light, but it's still amazing.
👤It has a bigger screen than I anticipated. I can see great using the split map screen. It was perfect for my recent fly-in fishing trip. It helped me find and catch fish. I used Expertpower 12v 7a batteries and got 31 hours of run time each battery. When the battery hit below 11v, the unit died and the battery's voltage was displayed on the screen. I am a big fan of the humminbird. P.S. It is rain proof!
👤I knew I would have to upgrade to a chip version and a more powerful xducer for deep water fishing, so I got the strikers plus for hard-core marine fishing in the Caribbean on a 28ft fiberglass canoe with outboard. It took just a few hours to play with the settings. The simulation did not range more than 50ft or so depth, so I didn't like that. The Xducer is mounted on a double meat cutting fiberglass board on the transom, so it is not damaged by debris in the harbor or fish trap ropes at sea. Picture clarity can be up to 8kt. When sounding I have to slow down because the depth numbers and bottom reading lock out at 12kt. The bottom reads great in 120 feet of water. I have to change settings a lot for deeper. If you want to mess with frequencies, stay in a CHIRP mode and narrow the cone angle. After a few minutes it can sometimes paint a fuzzy bottom with trenches and hills down to about 480ft. I couldn't tell if the depth figures were accurate compared to the amount of line I was catching fish on. It did well in mid water, which was set to mark dinner size fish. The fish on the bottom were hard to see. There were bigger fish in the crevices. The navigation on the gps system reacts very slowly to turns, causing me to zigzag a lot if I didn't backup with external references. Homing in on a close can be difficult. A big arrow pointer on the handheldGPS would be better than the guidance presentation. It did the job. The product is great, but I didn't like the fact that the fish alarm is so low and the plugs look vulnerable tocorrosion. Would recommend the Plus. The coordinates were taken from the maps. Within 50 feet. I'm very happy with the gps navigation, you have to get moving for the guidance to work. I'm making my own routes now. The time to upgrade the transducer was expected. It took so long to sound that it became frustrating, even though I was able to read it down to 280ft. After sitting stationary for 10 minutes, I would get stable depth #s as deep as 1050ft, but no bottom picture. I would drift faster than it would sound if I were Deeper than 400ft. The 600W GT-15 is being upgraded. It seems like the only deep water upgrade for strikers. I wouldn't leave the dock without my strikers.
The Clear Vu scanning sonar shows you more of what is in the water around your boat, it gives near photographic images with detailed representations of objects, structure and fish. The power of simple is easy to use and has a water rating of IPX7. The maximum depth is 1,600 feet freshwater, 750 feet saltwater, and the current draw is. Ampere. A continuous sweep of frequencies by Chirp Sonar gives a wider range of information and it is able to create better fish arches. The classic flasher format is ideal for ice fishing or vertical jigging. The display size is 1.9 x 2.9 inches and 3.5 inches diagonal.
👤This isn't portable. I bought it for my kayak and didn't read the reviews. It needs a 12v battery, or you can buy a nocqua battery pack for an extra $90+ with additional cables. The mount can't be mounted to a kayak without additional mounting brackets. The screen isn't waterproof and may get splashed if it is taken out into saltwater. It's perfect for pond fishing. You'll spend more than $200k to get it powered and mounted. I returned it.
👤I would highly recommend this system for boaters who travel. I used it for the first time on a 10 mile canoe trip and I couldn't be happier with its performance. I was able to plot my course on a paper map to get the coordinates of each leg, and then add all the waypoint coordinates into the unit the night before creating a route. The gps unit kept track of where I was, how long it would take to get to the next waypoint, and how long it would take to get to the final destination. Our speed is very important for trip planning. I use two boats, one is a row boat for fishing and the other is a canoe where I mounted the transducer in the hull using a foam mounting piece. The fish finder worked well in both cases and I can swap it between the two. It would not be difficult to permanently mount the unit if I used the same method I use to make it swappable between the boats. You can adjust the base to face any direction. The garmin had no problems in the rain. It held up well. If you don't need to use waypoints or use a fish finder for local lakes, this is probably overkill. If you're looking for a great gps and fish finder in one, this is a fantastic unit and I highly recommend it. A quick note about my setup, I built a battery box. I know there are premade battery boxes that are more compact and hardy than the one I built. You will need to explore power options and be able to wire the unit. I like the flexibility.
👤The interface is very easy to use. It works as I had hoped. There are two points that seem to be ignored. The unit has to be connected to a power supply that has a car battery in it. If you plan to use it in a kayak, you need a power source. The screen/keyboard unit is not water resistant. If there is a chance of rain or spray you need a bag or something to cover it.
👤The gps fish finder is very sensitive to depth reading with tenths of a foot accuracy, and it seems to be working well. The construction details indicate a limited lifetime is expected when compared to my last one which had a really tight screw on the connectors and was very small and soft. The pins are very small and they have a slight chamfer to indicate how to insert the two plugs. The way the "head" unit is attached to the base is very vulnerable. It is almost impossible to put the head unit into the base without the holder being out. These connections are easily disrupted or separated. The system allows for the head unit to be tipped in the base, but it is very easy to remove if any effort is made on the unit. It's very easy to be ripped off by a thief. The screen is invisible in the sunlight, which is not cool, and it disappears very easily. Without the shadow of a bimini, it would be hard to read the display in bright sunlight. My old display of back and white was a pleasure to read in any light. The unit works well, but I'm worried about its longevity.
Axiom 7 is a multi-functional display. A 7-inch screen. Charts for the US and Canada. The manufacturer is E70363-00-NAG.
👤It's easy to use and install. Software can be upgraded via the internet.
The dual-beam transducer with the traditional sonar is included. You can use the built-in mapping software to create and store maps with up to 2 million acres. You can use built-in gps to mark routes and view boat speed. The 4.3” display is bright and Sunlight-readable. Every fishing environment has a rugged design. Transmit power: 200 W (RMS) and frequencies: 50/77/83/200 kHz.
👤I didn't have the chance to enjoy it. The device malfunctioned after only a couple of times, and I won't be able to use it again. I've tried to get in touch with the support of the company, but every time they let me wait for a response, it didn't help with my device. Since I first addressed them, nothing has happened. The product is nice, so it's too bad. Good features and affordable. The service was the worst ever. I'm very disappointed.
👤Great fish finder! It's perfect for my kayak use.
👤The unit is very easy to use and the display has no issues in direct sunlight. I like the automatic night mode for low light use. I am using a kayak.
👤If you use this in saltwater, be careful. I had to replace the power cable after 3 months because the connection melted. The push connections in the back of the unit are not waterproof. After I installed the unit, I coated it with grease, took it off my kayak, cleaned and stored it in a dry place, but I still have to clean the pins periodically. The transducer is flush on the PDL. The unit works well at depths to 120 feet and I have no problems finding structure or bait with it.
👤I bought it for ice fishing. The portable kit came from the same company. The unit did a great job on the ice. I was in 30 feet of water and set the transducer to 200kHz. I have a flasher that I normally use for ice fishing, but I used the graph with A-Scope instead, because I thought that was what I would use on this one. I liked how I watched the fish react to me jigging. The standard boat transducer was used. I'm not sure if I'll buy the ice transducer from Garmin. The one that came with it was very good. It picked up on the fish. The screen is very bright. The screen is large enough that I had no issues with it. I decided to use the portable kit from Garmin for open water fishing. The Striker Plus 4 worked well. I used it on my father-in-law's boat which already has a fish finder. The Humminbird interfered with me but I was able to see everything that the Humminbird did. The mapping feature on the Garmin seemed to do a great job for me. I did not get to map a lot of the lake because it is over 1200 acres, but I did get to look at the map. You would expect the gps to work well. I am very pleased with the device. Plus 4. The 4 inch screen was too small for me. The 5 inch would be better. Since I didn't have enough money to buy the 5 inch model, I had to get the 4 inch model which is larger and more suited for ice fishing. I can use it for open water too, even though it costs less than a new flasher. It is just as good as your standard ice fishing flasher.
The floating design, sunlight-visible display and button operation make it easy to use the water. Boat data can be streamed from compatible chartplotters and instruments. Bluechart G3 coastal charts have the best of both Garmin and Navionics data. Satellite communication and two-way text messaging can be accessed via the 100% Global Iridium satellite network. To use a remote control for your autopilot and Fusion Marine products, you need to download a free app from the Connect IQ store. The filter has a smooth speed and heading indication. Satellite subscription will cause an interactive alert to the search and rescue monitoring center.
👤The device seems to function as advertised after it was received. I was very disappointed because despite being marketed as a "marine device", it doesn't work with the active captain app to share charts with the app or other chart plotters. It doesn't qualify for the "new chart guarantee" that other chart plotters and cards get. One year out of current, my device has charts on it. I was referred to an obscure support page that explained that "hand held devices" don't work with one chart or new chart guarantee. The promotional info for their marine charts does not make this distinction, so I felt this was deceptive marketing. If the charts are important to you and you want to buy a card with charts, I would recommend getting a device without charts.
👤This seller is not a good one for buyers. They used it and sold it, but the screen protectors looked like they had been wiped and sold. As a new thing, didn't install new maps... Was going to Florida. The seller is not trustworthy.
👤It is easy to hold on to when moving in a boat with the light weight covered in a tacky rubber. I used it for the entire day on the water after accidentally forgetting to turn it off, but I didn't have to charge it. I love bread crumbs feature and live tracking. I would like it to have the same display as the garmin gps. I put a piece of yellow electrical tape on the antenna to make it easy to see if it goes over the board. Both face up and face down.
👤The gps marine handheld is very popular. It was very difficult to get connected to my phone, once connected to the "garmin connect" app, it feeds advertisements to the gps. I don't want advertising on my gps unit. I was getting notifications that I had earned badges for doing things like standing up and walking. This is the second kind of information I want on my gps. When planning a route between two points of interest, you go to routes and pick your points. When you pick your points, you get a large list of POI's that are organized by distance from you. If you want to find a particular buoy that is 5 miles away, you have to scroll through hundreds of other buoy that are closer to you. There is no way to reduce the list. The weather charts are colorful, but there is no scale to tell you what color means. I was looking for a gps with charts. The 86Sci has a lot of gingerbread on it that I don't want or need. This unit is not as good as the reputation of the company.
👤I might feel better about this product with time. The instructions are my main disappointment. There was a very limited quick start guide in the package. I was hoping to go online and watch a few things. This is a very expensive unit. I can't believe that this would be on the market without video support. The included map is a problem. It covers too much for me. I had an old 64 that was much cheaper and better, but it's not available now. Someone at Garmin had the idea to move the input buttons above the screen on several units so you can't see what you're putting, but you can cover the screen.
The design is water resistant and has a button. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the U.S. and Australia. Know where you are with a high-sensitivity receiver with quad helix antenna and multi-GNSS support. The gpsMAP 64sx and gpsMAP 64csx models have wireless connections. Up to 16 hours in the gps mode.
👤I used the garmin gps for my hiking trip around the Grand Canyon and other areas in Arizona. I explored the Arizona desert mountains in a Polaris RZR. I was surprised that it showed the main off road trails. It was pre-installed with the Arizona topo map. The map had all the trails I needed. After clearing the prior way point, I would mark it as a way point. Before starting a new trail, be sure to clear your previous foot tracks. I was able to find my way back to the car because of it. I left the alkaline batteries on for 14-16 hours to test them before I traveled. I set it to satellite mode to maximize battery life. The screen was at 50% brightness. Under the system settings, be sure to select the type of batteries you are using. I used Energizer batteries and they lasted longer. After using it for a few days around my home area, the user interface is straight forward. I watched a few videos to make sure I knew how to use it. I don't know why people give this device poor reviews. The buttons are nice. The screen is easy to see in the sun. A traditional compass and map is required. Be sure to know the area you are going to be in.
👤I read all the negative reviews and felt that the hand-held unit would work the same as the advertised one. After reading about the need to work through the base map and purchase additional maps for areas I frequent, I took the risk. I couldn't get the map to download. I contacted support after trying it on two different computers. I was sent a link that wouldn't open. I followed all the instructions, but was still unable to download the detailed hunting topo map I wanted. I wish I'd saved the money on the unit because I got a refund for the extra map purchase. A good old fashioned magnetic compass would help me with my purpose.
👤I have been using gps units for hiking. I liked my gps. It was easy to use. It was a dream to have file management. It was time to buy a new gps after 12 years of service. I chose the 64Csx because I wanted a state-of-the-art unit with a camera and flashlight. I had trouble getting maps from the website. I was on the phone with Tech Support for 2 hours to get the unit activated and download maps. I was very happy with the help the technician gave me. I am satisfied with the unit. There is a lot of memory to hold the topo maps. I believe it will hold 5000 waypoints, which is more than my old unit held. I don't think there is a limit on the number of tracks. It is easy to use. My old unit was easy to manage. The unit has a trip odometer, map, compass and elevation pages. The gps map 64csx has a rating of 5 stars. It must be with the software. I wanted to download maps from the gps. The gps has to be attached to the computer as an external drive to use the maps. BaseCamp's file management is not intuitive. I would give BaseCamp a low mark. I could write about it. I'm not rating BaseCamp. You can't avoid BaseCamp if they are pairs. Please update Map Source and ditch Base Camp.
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