Garmin GPSMAP 86SC, Floating Handheld GPS with Button Operation, Preloaded BlueChart G3 Coastal Charts, Stream Boat Data from Compatible Chartplotters

March 3, 2020 - Comment
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Cast off confidently with the GPSMAP 86sc handheld. Whether you’re out for a day of fishing, sailing or cruising, you’ll gain peace of mind that comes from having a backup navigator. This premium handheld floats and has a sunlight-readable 3” Color display. Plus, wireless connectivity makes it a virtual extension of your onboard marine system, giving you added awareness and convenience.

Product Features

  • Water-resistant, floating design, sunlight-visible 3″ display and button operation provide ease of use on the water
  • Stream boat data from compatible chartplotters and instruments to consolidate your marine system information
  • Preloaded bluechart G3 coastal charts include the best of Garmin and Navionics data
  • Functions as a remote control for convenient operation of your Garmin autopilot and Fusion Marine products; to activate, download free apps from our Connect IQ store
  • Adjustable GPS filter smooth speed and heading indications as you cross swells
  • Pair with your compatible smartphone to receive smart notifications
  • Internal, rechargeable lithium battery provides up to 50 hours of battery life in 10-minute tracking mode
  • Sync with the Earthmate app and Garmin explore portal For cloud management of waypoints, tracks and routes
  • Includes Wi-Fi connectivity, ANT+ technology and Bluetooth wireless technology

Comments

Anonymous says:

Poor Instructions I may end up feeling better about this product with time. My main disappointment is with the instructions. All that was in the package was a very limited quick start guide. I was hoping to go online and watch a few tutorials…nothing there. This is a pretty high tech expensive unit. I cannot believe Garmin would put something like this on the market without some sort of video support. VERY disappointed with that, The other problem is the included map. It covers too large an area for…

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