Rugged GPS/GLONASS Handheld with Built-in Wi-Fi and More
High-sensitivity dual GPS and GLONASS satellite reception for better performance in challenging environments than GPS alone
Redesigned antenna enables better reception and performance; 3-axis compass with accelerometer and barometric altimeter sensors
3-inch sunlight-readable touchscreen with dual orientation (landscape or portrait view)
Expanded wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ANT+ capable); supports Active Weather and Geocaching Live
Bluetooth-enabled smart notifications¹ and automatic uploads to Garmin Connect online community
Thanks to a redesigned antenna for better satellite reception, the Oregon 700 GPS and GLONASS handheld puts even more of the great outdoors at your fingertips. Whether you’re hiking, hunting, climbing, kayaking, trail riding or whatever, this rugged navigator is ready for anything. It features multilink wireless connectivity (Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and ANT+), Active Weather support with animated radar overlays, a 1-year BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription and a built-in 3-axis compass with barometric altimeter.
Physical dimensions: 2.4" x 4.5" x 1.3" (6.1 x 11.4 x 3.3 cm)
Weight: 7.4 oz (209.8 g) with batteries
Water rating: IPX7
Battery: 2 AA batteries (not included); NiMH or Lithium recommended, rechargeable NiMH pack (optional)
Display type: transflective color TFT touchscreen
Display size: 1.5"W x 2.5"H (3.8 x 6.3 cm); 3" diag (7.6 cm)
Display resolution: 240 x 400 pixels
Battery life: up to 16 hours
Memory/History: 1.7 GB
High-sensitivity receiver: Yes
Interface: high-speed USB and NMEA 0183 compatible
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