Garmin GPS 72H Handheld GPS with Marine Value Pack

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Garmin GPS 72H Handheld GPS with Marine Value Pack -
The GPS 72H is the next generation of a long line of proven handheld navigators from Garmin. Based on the popular GPS 72, the 72H incorporates many new features making it the premier entry level handheld for marine use. This rugged, waterproof handheld navigator features a high-sensitivity receiver, WAAS/EGNOS capability and a USB interface. The GPS 72H is incredibly simple to use, and it even floats if dropped in the water. Garmin has increased the battery life (to 18 hours) using 2 AA batteries. USB interface and NMEA 0183 ports for connectivity with your VHF radio or autopilot. Exclusive Marine Value Pack: West Marine’s worldwide exclusive Marine Value Pack combines the accessories you’re most likely to use, the vehicle power cable, marine mount and carrying case, and bundles them together with the GPS72H for an unmatched value.
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Garmin GPS 72H Handheld GPS with Marine Value Pack Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Not very useful, would not buy this.

This GPS is not very useful. Cannot see your way points and plotting a course is almost impossible. Would not buy this product given a second chance. Garmin really blew it.
Bay Boater at on 05/05/2013

Not Nearly as Useful as Garmin GPS 12

the software in the older Garmin 120 and Garmin 12 was easily accessed. Tracks were clear and comprehensive. Garmin's newer GPS models, not so much.
Iseadreamer at on 01/01/2013

Don't buy this piece of crape

I have no info how to use this device. There is nobody or no good manual to use this GPS
gary at on 01/01/2014

Neutral Reviews:

No chart

I bought this as a replacement for my entry level Garmin handheld and was very surprised to see that it did not have any charting available. It works great but I like to be able to see visually where I am on a map and this one does not have that capability.
Mike at on 04/04/2013

early sentiment

I have only tried this at home so far. Not nearly so easy to figure out the algorithms as my two older Magellen GPS but easier to figure out than the Garmin, Oregon, purchased last year.

Garmin really should spend more time and effort on their instructions!
cam at on 04/04/2012