Gpsmap 76s

Written by Scott Martin
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The GPSMAP 76s is the more feature-rich version of the GPSMAP 76. This model can track elevation changes with its internal barometric altimeter. In addition, the GPSMAP 76s includes an electronic compass for improved navigation abilities.

GPSMAP 76s Specifications

This unit has been designed to be a durable piece of equipment. In addition to being water resistant, it is designed to float if it accidentally dropped in water, meeting the IPX7 waterproof standard. The four-level gray scale LCD screen is 1.6" x 2.2" inches and is meant to be easily read.

Overall, the GPSMAP 76s measures 6.2" x 2.7" x 1.4" inches and weighs only 7.7 oz. While it does include audible alarms, it does not include an alarm clock feature. With a standard set of two AA batteries, you can expect 10 hours of operating time.

Whereas the GPSMAP 76 only has eight megabytes of internal memory, the GPSMAP 76s comes with 24 megabytes. It comes installed with base maps that depict many North and South America highways and water bodies. For additional maps, you can install one of MapSource®'s products to provide different land and nautical information.


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