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|Package Weight||1.46 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||8.6 x 5.9 x 3.4"|
|Track Log||20,000 Points, 250 Saved Tracks|
|Battery Type||Internal (Rechargeable)|
|Display Size||5" / 12.7 cm|
|Internal Memory||16 GB|
|Application||Boating/Naval, Education, Forestry, Geocaching, Hiking, Trekking, Hunting, Land Survey, Orienteering, Vehicle|
|Dimensions||3.6 x 7.2 x 1.3" / 9.1 x 18.3 x 3.3 cm|
|Weight||14.5 oz / 411 g|
|Memory Card Slot||1 x microSD|
As a powerful "handheld" GPS unit — that is likely more useful mounted on a vehicle than actually in your palm — the Garmin Montana 700 is an investment for the serious backcountry sportsman.
Huge touchscreen, fast processing speed, shock and water resistant
Big and heavy, expensive, less practical as a handheld unit
Garmin Montana 700i & 750i Hit the road, or the trail, with Montana 700i and Montana 750i. These rugged GPS touchscreen navigators offer TopoActive U.S. and Canada maps, City Navigator maps for on-road “turn-by-turn” navigation, global two-way messaging, interactive SOS alerts via inReach satellite...
MONTANA 700 FEATURES
Beautiful screen. New operating system is faster, but terms are changed from older Garmins. Tracks are now Activities. Also, I live next to Nevada/California boundary. To get the details I wanted, I bought the Garmin Hunt maps for Nevada and Northern California.
All in all its a great GPS, large screen for my old eyes. Only draw back for me is you cant just throw some AA batteries in on the trail. I understand you can spend much more cash on a new battery pack and swop it out, but thats my only complaint at this time.
The touchscreen on my old Garmin Montana 650t, purchased in 2011, was beginning to fail. My satellite phone rates were going up so as to be impractical. I could buy a new Montana 650t, or get the newest generation unit, the Montana 700 series.
I use it primarily for mountain biking. I plan the ride on a website called ride with GPS, then export the points and make the route in the base camp. It usually takes me about 5 minutes to make the route.
Excellent device and very user friendly
I didn't even get passed the set up phase at home. The SW is super glitchy, and the device froze multiple times. you can't search for locations, you have to pin point them. The route finder couldn't figure out how to route The Beaten Path in MT.