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Old 26 March 2011, 09:52   #1
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Is the G2 vision chart much better than the pre-loaded chart in a Garmin 451/551
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Old 26 March 2011, 10:21   #2
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Do I need the G2 or G2 vision
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Bought one from Channel Ribs...I can recommend. Good price too :-)
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The Vision charts have satellite images and aerial photos for harbours etc which the standard g2 doesn't have. Some people think it's handy, others don't. Take your pick
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The Vision charts have satellite images and aerial photos for harbours etc which the standard g2 doesn't have. Some people think it's handy, others don't. Take your pick
Exactly that.
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The Vision charts have satellite images and aerial photos for harbours etc which the standard g2 doesn't have. Some people think it's handy, others don't. Take your pick
Ta, it'll be a financial consideration when I decide!
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