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Garmin Gpsmap 8610xsv Chartplotter/Sounder Combo with Mapping Sonar

Item# 252-010-02091-03-AF | Model# 010-02091-03 | Added on February 19, 2019 |
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Garmin Gpsmap 8610xsv Chartplotter/Sounder Combo with Mapping Sonar
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Garmins GPSMAP 8610xsv Chartplotter/Sounder Combo with Mapping Sonar stands above ordinary fish finders and chartplotters.The 10 full-HD IPS touch-screen display brings incredible clarity, wider viewing angles, and sunlight readability, even while you wear polarized sunglasses. Experience superior connectivity and networking solutions on this fish finder with complete control of your entire system right at your fingertips. Preloaded Garmin-exclusive BlueChart g3 coastal charts and LakeV g3 inland maps include integrated Navionics data as well as Auto Guidance technology. The chartplotter includes a premium-performance processor for faster map drawing, superior networking, video distribution, and more. Multiple displays can be flat-mounted edge to edge to create a sleek glass-helm look or mounted flush. NMEA 2000 networking and the Garmin Marine Network let you build your full marine electronics suite from radar and autopilots, to cameras and instruments all controlled from your chartplotter and shared across multiple screens. ANT technology and Wi-Fi networking. With SmartMode, the intuitive design gives you quick, 1-touch access to all the information you need to ease high-stress situations such as docking. For full control of your boat on your chartplotter screen, use the exclusive OneHelm feature to connect to many third-party devices. The built-in SailAssist feature on the Garmin GPSMAP 8612xsv provides data, displays, and prerace guidance to gain a competitive edge. ... read more
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