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Garmin GB Discoverer – The Thames Path

Postby huntsman » Sun Jan 30, 2011 11:13 am

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Discover Great Britain
Explore Great Britain's national parks and trails with detailed topographic and road maps. Garmin GB Discoverer National Parks & Trails contains topographic maps from Ordnance Survey of Great Britain including OS Explorer Map as detailed as 1:25,000 scale and 1:50,000 scale Landranger maps for one region of the country. With NAVTEQ road data and points of interest for all of Great Britain, you'll get turn-by-turn directions to your destination.

GB Discoverer's detailed topographic data includes terrain contours, topo elevations, summits, paths, routable roads and geographical points. The premium NAVTEQ road data is the same detailed data included in our leading automotive products — with thousands of addresses and points of interest, including lodging, food and drink, car parks, banks, petrol stations, attractions, campsites, and more. Search for an address or point of interest, and your Garmin device displays turn-by-turn directions to your destination.
  • Includes topographic coverage of the Thames Path.
  • Provides digital topographic OS Explorer Map as detailed as 1:25,000 scale and 1:50,000 scale Landranger maps for one region of the country.
  • Includes terrain contours, elevations, summits, trails, trig points, campsites, geographic points and more.
  • Includes detailed road data and thousands of points of interest from NAVTEQ.
  • Provides turn-by-turn directions on roads by car or bike.
  • Allows user to search for destinations by address or by category: points of interest include lodging, food and drink, car parks, banks, petrol stations, attractions, campsites and more.

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The Thames Path: PID 1, FID 400, region 1,35

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Postby multipazz » Sun Feb 06, 2011 10:11 pm

can someone please tell me the difference between the locked and unlocked images available here....
device: TomTom GO 930 T
ttsystem: 9.205
map: Europe 885.4008

device: Garmin Oregon 450t
system software: v4.20
gps software: v4.52
maps:-
GB Discoverer 50K All
Thames Path Discover 25K
TOPO GB v2
Recreational Map Europe v3
BlueChart® g2 Vision: UK & Ireland (VEU706L)
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Postby oldknocker » Wed Feb 23, 2011 2:27 pm

thanks for this
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Postby multipazz » Wed Feb 23, 2011 3:32 pm

I would suggest you look at the TOPO map instead of this one

the discover map is great for cross country or mountain walking

but in towns it is far from acceptable and this map is only for London !!!
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Postby oldknocker » Wed Feb 23, 2011 3:48 pm

walking is what i do..large scale and shows all the features...great for my gpsmap 62s...more of these would be appreciated
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Postby multipazz » Wed Feb 23, 2011 5:14 pm

walking is also what i do :-)

i use the oregon 450t

and in town i still prefer the TOPO map to the discover map

have them both installed on my device so i can switch if i need to :D
Great Britain - Garmin Topo Great Britain v2 - MapSource http://www.navitotal.com/forums/showthread.php?2398-Garmin-Topo-Great-Britain-v2-MapSource&p=10879#post10879
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Postby oldknocker » Wed Feb 23, 2011 7:01 pm

thanks i`ll give it a try :)
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