Garmin Montana 700 allows you to explore your world with navigation you can trust. With routable mapping for roads and trails, the Montana 700 handheld brings advanced outdoor features into a sturdy 5" format that's ideal for navigation on foot, bike, kayak, ATV and more.
Features of the Garmin Montana 700
Rugged by Design
This durable, water-resistant handheld is tested to U.S. military standards and features a glove-friendly 5" touchscreen that's 50% larger than previous models.
TopoActive Australia and New Zealand Maps
To navigate your adventures, use preloaded TopoActive Australia and New Zealand maps. View elevations, coastlines, rivers, landmarks and more.
Use direct-to-device downloads of BirdsEye Satellite Imagery (no annual subscription required) to see photo-realistic waypoints based on landmarks.
Navigate your next trail with ABC sensors, including an altimeter for elevation data, barometer to monitor weather and 3-axis electronic compass.
Use cellular connectivity to access up-to-date Active Weather forecasts through the Garmin Connect app
For hunters and trainers, this Montana syncs with compatible Astro or Alpha series handhelds (sold separately) to help track sporting dogs in the field
Access to GPS, GLONASS and GALILEO satellite networks enables the Montana 700 to track in more challenging environments than GPS alone.
The LiveTrack feature lets you wirelessly connect your device with other compatible Garmin GPS users, so they can follow your tracks, routes and waypoints and adventures.
Trek far and wide off-grid. Use Expedition mode, an ultralow-power GPS reference, to keep the Montana tracking for a week or more between recharges
An internal, rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack provides more than 18 hours of battery life in GPS mode. It can also be powered with traditional AA batteries
A variety of Montana handheld-compatible mounts (sold separately) lets you adapt your navigator for use on ATVs, boats, cars, motorcycles, RVs or other vehicles.
GPS Tips, Tricks & Help
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