Garmin BlueChart g2 Denmark East, SE Sweden Card f/3210, 492/498
DetailsDenmark East and Sweden SE (EU021R) Swedish coast: from G÷teborg to Karlskrona, including Malm÷ and Trelleborg. Danish, German, and Polish coasts: Lemvig, Denmark to Szczecin, Poland, including Limfjorden, Skagen, Den., Copenhagen, Den., Stralsund, Ger., and the islands of SjŠlland, Fyn, M°n, Falster, Lolland, Langeland and Fehmarn. WARNING: This card contains more than 525 maps. The GPSMAP 176/176C/182/182C/188/188C/196/232/238 are only able to read the first 525 charts uploaded in memory. Therefore some of the Danish port plans might not be displayed on these units. This limitation does not effect the GPSMAP 172/172C/178/178C/192C/198C/2006/2006C/2010/2010C/3005/3006C/3010C.
Compatible with: GPSMAPs 292, 298, 376C, 378, 392, 398, 478, 492, 498, 2106, 2110, 2206, 2210, 3005C, 3006C, 3010C, 3205, 3206 and 3210
- Automotive GPS Units
- Handheld GPS Units
- Wrist / Fitness GPS
- Chartplotters / GPS
- Fishfinders / GPS
- Motorcycle / ATV GPS
- Two-Way Radio / GPS
- Safety & Tracking
- Camping & Outdoors
"Great selection, unbeatable prices, fast shipping. I am extremely happy with Tiger GPS and am recommending them to everyone I know."
- Gary, West Virginia
"Prompt shipment, great communication and a willingness to work for the customer. I would definitely highly recommend Tiger GPS!"
- Karen, California
"It arrived earlier than I expected. I also like the fact that I got e-mail from them confirming my order and giving me their contact info right away. It seemed personalized which I like."
- Stephen, Massachusetts
"The most informative site I have come across. Prices are amazing too - not sure why you would shop for GPS anywhere else."
- Wendy, Louisiana
"These guys know their stuff. They answer their phone right away, and the knowledgeable reps helped me pick the right GPS and even saved me some money!"
- Robert, New York
"No other site is willing to ship to a military APO address, and GPS is crucial out here. Great prices - thank you for supporting the troops."
- Edwin, USMC in Iraq