Garmin inReach Explorer+ is the latest innovation in Garmin’s product line. It was introduced to the market after the acquisition of DeLorme by Garmin earlier this year and offers two-way satellite communication with 100% global coverage. To read more about Garmin Explorer+, check out our review here.
Now Amazon ships the Garmin inReach Explorer+ (and SE+) to Thailand.
How much does it cost?
At the time of writing the inReach Explorer+ is sold for USD 449.99 on Amazon.
That’s approximately in Thai Baht ( exchange rate for 1 USD = 36.39 THB):
Garmin inReach Explorer+: THB 16,376
Shipping & handling: THB 642
Import Fees Deposit: THB 1,485
Order total: THB 18,503 (includes all Amazon fees and charges)
Delivery time: on average 5-10 days. For extra USD 11.53, Amazon offers Priority Shipping (3-5 days).
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Garmin Swim is made for users who train in the swimming pools rather than in open waters.
It does not consist of a GPS, thus measuring distance is based on the length of a swimming pool and must be set up manually before the swim.
For open water, we would recommend Forerunner 920XL, which uses GPS for measuring the distance.
Garmin Swim takes a standard battery CR2032 battery available in local shops. The replacement is relatively easy and there is no need to send your unit to tech support.
For details how to change the battery, please check this video made by Garmin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HASpWpyM4cY&feature=youtu.be
Roughly what’s new in CN 2014.10:
Size in MB
Size in MB
Size in MB
|Map in Thai||334||410||429|
|Map in Eng||257||279||288|
The memory card class 10 is required for Garmin Driving Recorder.
Size: between 4 GB to 32 GB max.
|Class 2||2 MB/s||SD video recording|
|Class 4||4 MB/s||High-definition video (HD) recording including Full HD (from 720p to 1080p/1080i)|
|Class 6||6 MB/s|
|Class 10||10 MB/s||Full HD (1080p) video recording and consecutive recording of HD stills (high-speed data bus)|
|UHS Speed Class 1 (U1)||10 MB/s||Real-time broadcasts and large HD video files (UHS bus)|
|UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)||30 MB/s||4K video files (UHS bus)|
Taken from Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Secure_Digital
It depends on the size of the memory card:
4 GB microSD card (included) – 6 files: 48 minutes, 1080p; 2.2 hours, 720p; 4.8 hours, VGA
8 GB microSD card (sold separately) – 15 files: 96 minutes, 1080p; 4.4 hours, 720p; 9.6 hours, VGA
16 GB microSD card (sold separately) – 30 files: 192 minutes, 1080p; 8.8 hours, 720p; 19.2 hours, VGA
32 GB microSD card (sold separately) – 60 files: 384 minutes, 1080p; 17.6 hours, 720p; 38.4 hours, VGA
*All times are approximate.
You will need:
‘Garmin Communicator Plugin‘ installed on your computer. You can download it from Garmin International:
Interface cable (USB)
Settings>(scroll down) Device>About
GPS is an acronym that stands for Global Positioning System. Developed way back in 1973, the GPS was a revolutionary system that changed the world.
GPS changed the way our military operates, how air traffic control is handled and has added more accessibility to the modern civilian?s way of life. With a GPS capable device, you can find exact coordinates for where you are, or where you want to go. Through the use of satellites, GPS devices can pinpoint locations across the entire world.
The GPS does have limitations. In undesirable weather, you may have mixed results with a GPS device. But don?t count the GPS out just yet. As long as you have a direct line of sight to at least four satellites, GPS devices can relay your exact coordinate back to you. If you have a GPS device at hand, you may be interested in trying Geocaching.Geocaching is a fun and exciting endeavor that involves using your GPS to locate treasures that people have hidden all across the globe.
GPS devices are not only great for treasure hunting, they?re also useful for finding your way out of tricky situations. Suppose you?re on vacation and you get lost. If you have a GPS system, you?re never really lost. You can simply check your GPS to find out what direction you need to go to find your way back on track.
If you don’t have a GPS yet, let me help you chose one.
A really short answer to this question is YES. The Garminfone has on-device sync with Microsoft Exchange for Outlook email. If you’re using a personal, non-enterprise version of Outlook, you can sync your email by first downloading the free sync software from the GarminAsus.com website. If you’re on your company’s enterprise server, you will need to contact your network administrator to obtain the necessary information about your network prior to being able to sync your Outlook email, contacts and calendar.
Source: Ask Garmin