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GARMIN GPSMAP® 4210 Network Chartplotter with U.S. Coastal Detail Map, 10"

Model # 9394685Mfg # 010-00690-01

Orig. $2,300.00

Now  $1,399.77

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Product Description

Command your Garmin Marine Network using an intuitive keypad entry format that makes operations easy. The crisp, video-quality resolution of these displays present data with incredible detail. High-speed processors draw maps quickly, and its simple intuitive interface makes navigating easy. By connecting to the Garmin Marine Network, weather, sonar, video, radar and super-detailed (one meter per pixel) aerial photomapping are all available at your fingertips. 4000 Series come with a worldwide basemap with high-quality satellite images in place of more traditional maps. For more detail, you can add maps easily with the SD™ card slot without having to connect to a computer. 4200 series displays come pre-loaded with BlueChart g2 marine cartography for detailed coastlines, shaded depth contours, navaids, port plans, wrecks, restricted areas and tide and current information. Optional BlueChart g2 Vision cards also offer 3D topside and below water map views and hi-resolution aerial photomapping that offers the most realistic graphical positioning ever. Includes External GPS 17x NMEA 2000 receiver with 6m drop cable, 10m NMEA 2000 backbone cable, 2m NMEA 2000 drop cable, 2m NMEA 2000 power cable, NMEA 2000 T-connector and terminator kit, video cable, NMEA 0183 cable, power cable, hardware for flush or bracket mounting and protective front cover.
  • Display Type: 4096-color XGA sunlight-readable
  • Cartography: Worldwide Basemap, BlueChart g2 Coastal US
  • Interface Inputs/Outputs: 3 built-in network ports, 4 NMEA input (supports NMEA 2000), 2 NMEA output, 2 video inputs for onboard cameras, 1 PC monitor video output
  • Receiver Type: 12 channel with WAAS
  • Waterproof: Manufacturer rated IPX7 submersible
  • Warranty: Two years


GPSMAP® 4210 Network Chartplotter with U.S. Coastal Detail Map, 10"

Accepts Data Cards SD card slot
Application Cruising
Cartography US Coastal
Dimensions 13.4"W x 8.9"H x 4.2"D
Display Size 10.4" diag.
For Use With Networks multiple displays
Display Resolution 800 x 600
Functions External GPS Antenna
Interface NMEA 0183
NMEA 2000
Optional Accessories Compatible: Radar
Weather & Radio
Mount Tilt
Type Plotter/MF Display
Resolution/Color Color SVGA
Warranty 1 Year
Waterproof IPX7

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GarminGPSMAP 4210 Network Chartplotter with U.S. Coastal Detail Map, 10"

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Replaces Garmin GPS MAP 2010

By Cliff

from North Reading , MA

Verified Buyer


  • Easy To Read
  • Fits Space Of Gps 2010
  • Great Charts
  • Reliable Performance
  • Strong Construction


  • Inflexible Hookup
  • Support Longevity Concern

Best Uses

  • Fishing
  • Navigation
  • Sailing

Comments about GPSMAP 4210 Network Chartplotter with U.S. Coastal Detail Map, 10":

My beloved Garmin GPS MAP 2010 died and is "no longer supported" - translation - it is now an anchor. The 4210 functions as close as I can get to the 2010's and uses Bluecharts. (At my age habit and familiarity is important.) I have 2 boats, a 22' Whaler and a 30' Catalina sloop. I use the same GPS/Chartplotter unit and antenna mounted on a slab of teak plugged into matching weather tight receptacles and hold downs for both boats - console and pedistal. The old unit wiring was buried in the teak slab - Garmin's NEMA 2000, required for the 4210, not so much. I ended up with a bulky, and ugly, coil of excess cable and the "network" exposed above the teak. It was difficult to make it work. The system installation would be okay, probably even easy, if I were to make a permanent mount installation, like most folks do, and could hide the "network" and excess cable under the dash or in the cabin. The 4210 is much quicker than the 2010 and has some added goodies. Now that my system is set up the real concern is how long will the 4210, introduced 5 years ago, be "supported" by Garmin.

Service and delivery comments:

I ordered on a Thursday had the unit shipped to the nearest West Marine store 2nd day air and paid extra. Probably would not do that again - at least not over a weekend. It arrived Tuesday at 3:30. Package was fine.

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