Some more Stuff for sale! (Reduced)
  • Lambada Crazy
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    Some more Stuff for sale! (Reduced)

    by Lambada Crazy » Fri May 11, 2012 7:26 pm

    Hi All,

    I have advertised this before, but decided not to sell. I have a practically new Garmin 296 Colour GPS that has been well looked after. It was purchased approx 4 years ago and was rarely used.

    Im open to reasonable offers, Please keep in mind I paid almost £1000 for this unit.

    SELLING NOW FOR €500

    Hope to hear from you soon!

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    Garmin 296 GPS Features:
    • Lightning-fast 200 MHz processor makes for extremely fast map redraws
    • Sectional-like mapping topography (terrain, obstructions, navaids)
    • “Terrain” mode gives TAWS-like warnings and alerts
    • “Panel” page gives you an EFIS-like “glass cockpit” in your pocket
    • Automotive mode gives you turn by turn driving directions after you land
    • WAAS-capable GPS for superior accuracy
    • Extra large, 256 color screen measures 3 4/5” diagonal

    With its sunlight readable TFT display and self-contained topographic database, the Garmin 296 GPS takes terrain awareness and hand-held navigation to a whole new level. Detailed sectional-like shaded mapping and an extensive Jeppesen® database help you visualize your flight path in relation to nearby navaids, terrain, SUAs, or obstructions. Users can view the elevation or relative altitude of any obstacle with the unit's built-in database (Available only with Americas database). It also offers many of the same features found in expensive in-dash car navigation systems, including automatic routing. Just select a destination and the 296 automatically calculates a route from your current location and displays turn-by-turn directions. For added versatility, optional MapSource® CD downloads and user-selectable formats let you transfer this portable GPS from aircraft to auto to boat without skipping a beat. (Detailed street maps are available with the optional auto kit.). Operates up to 15 hours on included rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Overall size: 5 7/10”w x 3 1/2”h x 1 9/10”d; weighs 13.6 oz.

    Included:
    Garmin 296 GPS, adjustable yoke mount, USB interface cable, adhesive automotive dash mount, remote antenna with mount, cigarette lighter power cord, AC adapter, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, carrying case, Trip and Waypoint Manager CD, manual and quick reference guide.

    I also have a Telex headset for sale for 80euro.

    Regards,

    LC
    Last edited by Lambada Crazy on Sat Jan 12, 2013 5:34 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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  • blowback
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    Re: Some more Stuff for sale!

    by blowback » Tue May 15, 2012 10:31 pm

    how much you lookn for garmin 296
    thanks
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    Re: Some more Stuff for sale!

    by Roll_your_own » Wed May 16, 2012 10:53 am

    Please check your PMs. J. K. :D
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    Re: Some more Stuff for sale!

    by Lambada Crazy » Wed May 16, 2012 7:51 pm

    Hi Everyone,

    Thanks for the interest! But the GPS has now been sold.

    The headset is still available!
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    Re: Some more Stuff for sale!

    by Lambada Crazy » Wed Dec 12, 2012 5:26 pm

    Hi Guys,

    Just to bump up this thread again, The GPS is still on the market as is the headset!

    Coming upto xmas and I really dont need all this stuff.

    Regards,

    LC
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