With the the purchase a Garmin BlueChart g2 Vision HD card AND a qualifying Garmin echoMAP, echoMAP CHIRP or GPSMAP
Valid April 7, 2016 — July 10, 2016
The Power of Simple is what happens when very complex, sophisticated technology is made extremely easy for you to use. The premier GPSMAP® 7x1 Series brings you that simple operation with 60 percent more processing power than its previous generation for faster zooming and panning. It includes a groundbreaking 7" diagonal WVGA touchscreen with pinch-to-zoom-for a combo that is as intuitive to operate as your smartphone. Built-in high-sensitivity 10Hz Garmin GPS/GLONASS receiver updates position and heading ten times per second to display fluid vessel movement and dramatically improve your ability to mark and navigate to up to 5,000 waypoints.
Also includes full wireless connectivity, media integration, autopilot compatibility, radar support and NMEA 2000 connectivity. GPSMAP 721 Series versions include a worldwide basemap.
More Powerful Processor for faster zooming and panning.
See what’s below with HD-ID target tracking technology for better separation and definition of images for the clearest possible picture of what lies below. You see fish. You catch fish. Easy.
Experience the advantage of CHIRP: The sonar technology that you’ve been waiting for is now built into this combo. CHIRP technology sweeps multiple frequencies to better focus on certain fish at certain depths (CHIRP transducer sold separately).
Capture Sonar Recording: Sonar recording coordinates the timing of the sonar return with your boat's position and saves digital information on the map.
The Garmin 50/200 kHz Traditional Transducers - 8 Pins operate with either 500W, 600W or 1kW transducers, sold separately. Depending on the style of the transducer, you’ll get depth, speed and/or temperature readings. To complete your installation, order one of the following transducers:
|Standard Differential 50/200kHz Plastic Transom Mount Transducer (8-pin) (Primary)||Depth/Temperature||500W||Plastic||13178330|
|Airmar P66 200/50kHz Plastic Transom Mount Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Speed/
|Airmar P79 Adjustable 50/200kHz Plastic In-hull Transducer (8-pin)||Depth||600W||Plastic||13178512|
|Airmar P319 200/50kHz Plastic Thru-hull Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Temperature||600W||Plastic||13178389|
|Airmar B60 Tilted (20°) 50/200kHz Bronze Thru-hull Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Temperature||600W||Bronze||13178397|
|Airmar B164 Bronze Tilted (20°) 50/200kHz Thru-hull Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Speed/
The 77/200 kHz Traditional Transducers - 8 Pins operate with 500W transducers, sold separately. Depending on the style of the transducer, you’ll get depth, speed and/or temperature readings. To complete your installation, order one of the following transducers:
|Transom/Trolling 77/200kHz Motor Mount Dual-Beam Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Temperature||500W||Plastic||14446264|
|AIRMAR P32 77/200kHz Transom Mount Triducer (8-pin)||Depth/Speed/
|AIRMAR P72 70/200kHz Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Temperature||500W||Plastic||14390736|
|Airmar P19 77/200kHz Tilted (12°) Plastic Thru-Hull Mount Transducer (8-pin)||Depth/Temperature||500W||Plastic||14390751|
|Airmar TM150M, (8 pin), Most economical CHIRP Option||Trans Mount||300W||Plastic||14390850|
|Airmar B265LH, BW, Combines low and high ranges: 0-20° deadrise||Thru Hull/Fairing Block||1kkW||Bronze||13178728|
|Airmar B265LM, BW, Combines low and medium range: 0-20° deadrise||Thru Hull/Fairing Block||1kkW||Bronze||13178736|
|Airmar R109LH, BW, Combines low and medium range, 0-25° deadrise||Thru Hull/Fairing Block||2kkW||Bronze||13178744|
|Antenna||Internal GPS antenna|
|Diagonal Screen Size||7"|
|Dimensions||9" Width x 5 5/8" Height x 2 3/8" Depth|
|Display Type||Multi-Touch Touchscreen|
|Frequency||25-210kHz (Varies with Transducer)|
|Mount Type||Tilt & Swivel|
|Resolution||800 x 480|
|Specific Transducer||25-210kHz (depending on transducer)|
|Warranty Details||One Year|
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