Whether you want to go off the beaten track, go out to sea or just need to navigate your way around city streets, the GPS is a versatile and effective piece of equipment. Perfect for getting the most out of your expedition, the GPS is an integral tool for all sorts of people - from bush rangers to city slickers.
The Garmin 78 GPSMAP is just right for plotting your course on the water or in the bush. Not only does this piece of equipment boast a 6.6cm daylight viewable colour screen, it also has 20 hours of battery life and has 1.7 GB of built-in memory.
This GPS is Geocache friendly, and is USB and NMEA 0183 compatible. The 78 GPSMAP is waterproof and floats if dropped in water. The 72H is run on 2 AA batteries, which are not included. Additionally, the 78 GPSMAP is capable of photo navigation and can utilise tide tables to aid in marine navigation.
If you want a powerful GPS built for marine conditions, then the 78 GPSMAP will fulfil your needs.