Garmin Overlander

Garmin Overlander
Garmin Overlander
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Overlander by Garmin
The Garmin Overlander is a rugged, all-terrain navigator built for on- and off-road navigation. Mount it in your car when you're driving and exploring new terrain, and this navigator won't just direct you down freeways and most asphalt roads, but 4x4 roads, service roads, waterways, and trails as well, ensuring you find your destination wherever it is. The 7-inch touchscreen works out of the car too, with three hours of battery life that assists you in navigating trails with topographic maps and public land boundaries. It's preloaded with points of interest, campground locations, and iOverlander for excelled navigation ideal for outdoors adventures, and you can download more information with 64GB of memory and the ability to accept micro SD cards. InReach compatibility allows you to send texts, SOS alerts, and receive weather forecasts from the farther places of the world, and it's compatible with most backup cameras on cars.

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