Garmin Montana 650t

Specs

Weight 10.2 oz / 289 g with included lithium-ion battery pack, 11.7 oz / 333 g with 3 AA batteries (not included)
Dimensions 2.9 in x 5.7 in x 1.4 in / 7.48 cm x 14.42 cm x 3.64 cm
Display size 2 in x 3.5 in / 5.06 cm x 8.93 cm, 4 in diag / 10.2 cm
Display resolution 272 x 480 pixels
Display type bright, transflective 65k color TFT, dual-orientation touchscreen- sunlight readable
Battery rechargeable lithium-ion (included) or 3 AA batteries (not included), NiMH or Lithium recommended
Battery life up to 16 hours (lithium-ion), up to 22 hours (AA batteries)
Waterproof yes (IPX7)
Floats no
High-sensitivity receiver yes
Interface high-speed USB and NMEA 0183 compatible

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Free Shipping. Garmin Montana 650t Handheld GPS FEATURES of the Garmin Montana 650t Handheld GPS 4in. dual-orientation, glove-friendly touchscreen display Preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps 5 MP autofocus camera 3-axis compass with barometric altimeter Uses rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack or AA batteries SPECIFICATIONS of the Garmin Montana 650t Handheld GPS Physical dimensions : 2.9in. x 5.7in. x 1.4in. (7.48 x 14.42 x 3.64 cm) Display size, WxH : 2in.W x 3.5in.H (5.06 x 8.93 cm); 4in. diag (10.2 cm) Display resolution, WxH : 272 x 480 pixels Display type : Bright, transflective 65k color TFT, dual-orientation touchscreen; sunlight readable Weight : 10.2 oz (289 g) with included lithium-ion battery pack; 11.7 oz (333 g) with 3 AA batteries (not included) Battery : rechargeable lithium-ion (included) or 3 AA batteries (not included); NiMH or Lithium recommended Battery life : up to 16 hours (lithium-ion); up to 22 hours (AA batteries) Water rating : IPX7 Interface : high-speed USB and NMEA 0183 compatible Camera : yes (5 megapixel with autofocus; automatic geo-tagging) Electronic compass : Yes (tilt-compensated 3-axis) This item is NOT eligible for High Altitude Rewards Point bonuses, Rewards Promotions, or Affiliate Cash Back. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

Waterproof, versatile and tough, this full-size GPS features a large touch-screen display, preloaded TOPO U.S. 100K maps and a 5-megapixel camera for planning and capturing share-worthy adventures.

- REI

Take it hiking. Take it hunting. Take it on the water. Montana 650t features a bold 4 in. color touchscreen, dual orientation display and topographical maps.

- EMS

The Garmin Montana series is a popular option among those who want to avoid getting lost while they're getting after it, and the 650T sits atop the heap. Like the 650, it takes geostamped pictures, enabling you to find precisely where images were taken, whether they were taken by you or a friend. Like the 600, you get a number of map overlay options, and you can share waypoints and images wirelessly with users of compatible Garmin GPS units. Plus, it has the same shock and water resistant body, and 4 inch color screen. The big difference is that it comes pre-loaded with U. S. TOPO 100k maps, giving you precise topographic maps right at your fingertips.Tucked into the durable body is a large 4 inch, glove friendly, backlit color screen, which is easily visible in both low and high light. In addition to the included worldwide basemap, the Montana 650T comes pre-loaded with U. S. TOPO 100k maps. You can also load BlueChart marine maps, CityNavigator maps, and Custom Maps via the MicroSD port. If you still need more information, you can download BirdsEye satellite images, and overlay them on your map. Waypoints can be selected off of the mapping feature, or by importing them wirelessly from compatible devices. It's easy to save, modify, and index your routes for future trips. Your waypoints and routes can be shared wirelessly with other users of compatible Garmin GPS devices. By downloading a geocaching . GPX file, you'll have access to hidden caches, for more options on your next outing. And you're able to select the profile of your trip, which helps you to organize your information between recreation, driving, boating, and training. The 5 megapixel camera not only takes high quality pictures, but it geostamps them, enabling you to find the precise location that the picture was taken. By using both GPS and HotFix technology, the Montana is able to determine and maintain your location, even in deep canyons and around tall buildings. To ensure that your information ...

- Backcountry.com