Garmin GPSMAP 900 Series Chartplotters

Garmin GPSMAP 900 Series Chartplotters

$979.99 - $2,899.98
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TD Code
DescriptionDisplaySonar IncludedChart TypePrice
Garmin GPSMAP 922 Chartplotter9 in. Touchscreen
Resolution: 1024 x 600
NoWorldwide Basemap$979.99 USD
Garmin GPSMAP 942 Chartplotter9 in. Touchscreen
Resolution: 1024 x 800
NoU.S. LakeVü / BlueChart g2$1,079.99 USD
Garmin GPSMAP 922xs Chartplotter/Sonar Combo9 in. Touchscreen
Resolution: 1024 x 600
YesWorldwide Basemap$1,079.99 USD
Garmin GPSMAP 942xs Chartplotter/Sonar Combo9 in. Touchscreen
Resolution: 1024 x 600
YesU.S. LakeVü / BlueChart g2$1,199.99 USD
Garmin GPSMAP 942xs Chartplotter/Sonar Combo w/ GMR 18 xHD Radar9 in. Touchscreen
Resolution: 1024 x 600
YesU.S. LakeVü / BlueChart g3$2,899.98 USD

The new Garmin GPSMAP 900 Series Chartplotters are the advanced way to navigate the waters. With a highly responsive 9 inch touchscreen display, built in Wi-Fi Connectivity and two Micro SD slots. The 900 Series can be paired with multiple Garmin accessories; including NMEA 2000 support, Garmin Marine Network support for radar, and built-in SailAssist. With built in Sonar available on two models, these features will transform your time on the water aiding in your navigation.

Garmin GPSMAP 900 Series Features:

  • 9 inch High-Resolution Touchscreen
  • NMEA 2000® and NMEA 0183 support
  • Garmin Marine Network capable for sharing data on multiple units
  • Wi-Fi connectivity for BlueChart Mobile 2.0 and Garmin Helm apps
  • Stream and control a Garmin VIRB 360 camera using the built in WiFi
  • ANT® Connectivity for seamless connections to Quatix Marine Watch and in-view display
  • 10 Hz GPS and GLONASS receiver
  • SailAssist Features: Enhanced wind rose, heading and course-over-ground lines
  • GPX Waypoint Transfer
  • Built-in Garmin 1 kW CHIRP and CHIRP ClearVü scanning sonar (XS MODELS ONLY)
5 Stars based on 1 reviews
By Van
Good, easy to use MDF
January 2, 2020
I use this with the 1242 Garmin and a 18" HD+ radar. The 942 is used primarily for the fish finder/sonar functions and the 1242 for chart. I've been very happy with this unit over the last 3 years. When you use it for fish finding be sure to turn the gain down to between 40% and 50% otherwise you'll get false positive readings because the default gain is set closer to 75% or more. I am sure this can be auto set, I haven't figured that out yet, but the manual adjustment takes 5 seconds. These MDFs have a TON of features and can be frustrating if, like me, you don't take the time to learn how to use most/all of the functions.
ProsTons of features
ConsIf you don't learn to use it, this MDF can be frustrating to use.
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