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Compatible GPS Devices

Wondering if our maps are compatible with your Garmin GPS device? Check the list below to find out!


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Garmin nüvi

The Garmin nüvi GPS product line is designed to be primarily used in a car. It was first released in Q4 2005. At its outset, the nüvi series models were comparable to the earlier Garmin Streetpilot models, with the exception that the nüvi models were slimmer and used a more sensitive SirfStarIII GPS chipset.

An interesting fact is that the first nüvi models has a retail price of nearly $1000—an astronomical figure compared to the very affordable and high-powered models available today. The nüvi series is one of Garmin's best selling lines, and is perfectly suited for all GPSTravelMaps maps.

Read more about the Garmin nüvi series on Garmin's website. You can also read a history of nüvi models on Wikipedia.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin nüvi GPS devices. Below is a list of most nüvi models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions.


Garmin Zumo

The zūmo range was designed to be used on motorcycles. The models are UV-resistant, waterproof, and ruggedized. This product range includes support for FM traffic and simulated fuel gauge as a fill-up reminder. They were introduced in October 2008 and the line was discontinued in 2010.

Even though this line of GPS devices is no longer in production, our maps are compatible with all models, despite their age. If the device powers on and functions properly, our maps are compatible with it.

Read more about the Garmin zūmo series on Wikipedia. Used zūmo devices can be found on eBay.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin zūmo GPS devices. Below is a list of most zūmo models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions!


Garmin eTrex

The eTrex series is one of Garmin's most popular lines. It was introduced in 2000 and designed to be a compact, highly portable, rugged handheld GPS device.

Within the eTrex line are several models packaged with a variety of different features and options. The original eTrex, commonly nicknamed "eTrex Yellow", was a sensation when it first appeared, as it offered a lightweight (5.3 oz/150 g), waterproof, palm-sized 12-channel GPS receiver to backpackers, hikers, and others afoot in remote areas, along with a battery life of up to 22 hours on just two AA-size batteries. The eTrex "Yellow" was replaced in 2007 by the eTrex H, which added a high-sensitivity receiver. Other more advanced eTrex models include the Summit, Venture, Legend, and Vista, each with various additional features such as WAAS, altimeter, digital compass, city database, and highway maps. Many of these models come in color and expandable-memory versions.

In 2011, Garmin refreshed the eTrex product lineup with improved mechanical design and support for the latest advances in cartography and hardware technology. With its release of the eTrex 10/20/30, Garmin became the first company to manufacturer and distribute a worldwide consumer navigation product supporting both GPS and GLONASS satellite constellations.

Read more about the Garmin eTrex line on Garmin's website and Wikipedia.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin eTrex GPS devices. Below is a list of most eTrex models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions!


Garmin Colorado

The Garmin Colorado is a rugged, high-sensitivity GPS handheld featuring the distinctive Rock 'n Roller wheel for one-handed input. It also featured wireless sharing of user tracks, waypoints, routes & geocaches between units.

Read more about the Colorado series on Garmin's product microsite and on Garmin's website. You can also read further product information and reviews of the original Colorado 300 on Amazon.

The Garmin Colorado series has been discontinued. However, our maps are still compatible with all models in this series. Below is a list of most Colorado models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions.


Garmin Dakota

The Garmin Dakota series GPS units were released in 2009. They featured a 2.6" 160x240 color touchscreen, high-sensitivity GPS receiver, paperless geocaching, built-in basemap, were waterproof, and were able to run for 20 hours on 2 AA batteries. The Dakota 20 is distinguished by its electronic compass, barometric altimeter, wireless data sharing, and microSD card slot.

You can read more about the Dakota series on Garmin's website. You can also read further product information and reviews on Amazon.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin Dakota GPS devices. Below is a list of both models in the Dakota series. Contact us if you have any questions!


Garmin Oregon

The Garmin Oregon series GPS devices were initially designed to provide a fully touch-screen-controlled handheld GPS experience. Ideally suited for hiking, backpacking, geocaching, and other similar outdoor activities, the Garmin Colorado units featured electronic compass, barometric altimeter, alarm and beeper, and wireless exchange so that users could beam waypoints, tracks, routes and geocaches wirelessly to other Oregon and Colorado users.

Read more about the Oregon series on Garmin's website.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin Oregon GPS devices. Below is a list of Oregon models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions!


Garmin GPSMAP

The Garmin GPSMAP series is a portable handheld GPS device designed for hiking, geocaching, and other outdoor recreation uses. The models provided features such as sunlight-readable color screen, high-sensitivity GPS and GLONASS receiver with quad helix antenna, preloaded topo maps, 3-axis compass, barometrtic altimeiter, and Bluetooth connectivity.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Garmin GPSMAP series GPS devices. Below is a list of most GPSMAP models. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible. Contact us if you have any questions.


Kenwood Audio

Kenwood manufactures in-dash audio units with GPS functionality for automobiles. The GPS functionality is provided with Garmin software and the units support Garmin-compatible GPS maps such as those by GPSTravelMaps.com.

Read more about Kenwood in-dash units with Garmin GPS navigation on Kenwood's website and on Garmin's website.

Our maps are compatible with ALL Kenwood in-dash units that use Garmin maps. Below is a list of most Kenwood audio models with GPS navigation. If you don't see your device on the list, it is still compatible as long as it provides Garmin GPS functionality. Contact us if you have any questions!