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   10,486.17

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   3,489.65

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   10,468.95

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Product description

Europe MicroSD Map Card


Product information

Technical Details
Item Weight91 g
Product Dimensions12.6 x 12.3 x 0.9 cm
Item model number010-10680-50
Weight 90 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB000MNA3BG
Date First Available10 September 2015
  
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Amazon.com: 3.7 out of 5 stars 240 reviews
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars If you are going to drive in Europe for a trip you need to purchase this map. That easy. 22 August 2016
By D. Kelly - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I purchased this to take on a 7 week vacation with me to Europe. That trip included 2 weeks in Ireland, 1 week in Scotland, 3 weeks in Germany including a trip down to Austria for a day and then a week in Switzerland. First I will say that it WAS NOT a mistake to get it. If there is anything I hate it's getting lost. For 5 of the weeks I was driving alone and there is no reasonable way a person can drive around a place they don't know and navigate using a map to get there. Picture this, Your in Edinburgh Scotland driving on the left hand side of the road in the right hand side of the car shifting left handed. People walking everywhere including taking pictures from the middle of the street ( Because that's what tourists do! ) Cars are behind you beeping because they are also in a hurry to get where they are going. " Oh let me look at my map??? " No! you need to know where to go RIGHT NOW! LOL Knee deep in the middle of it all you would pay 10 times more for the map than you actually had to because it helps keep your sanity and out of big nasty messes that you could easily get yourself into.
I had rental cars in all locations. Starting in Ireland you are directed down a bunch of tiny winding roads with the locals are hauling butt. You once again are driving on the left side of the road, right side of the car shifting left handed. Exciting right :-S You are thinking where is the GPS taking me and it cannot be right. Well I'm here to tell you that Ireland doesn't have a bunch of big highways like the U.S. They have a bunch of small roads that take you where you want to go so get used to it quickly. What Ireland doe's have is a population of the absolutely nicest most patient and kind people you are ever going to meet in your life. So make the time and go visit them all! In Scotland the Garmin European map was the only place that it could use some improvements. Sometimes it would seem to just forget where it was at. Other times it would want to take me the wrong way down a one way streets. It was way better than nothing, but needs some fixes there. In Germany and Switzerland it was pretty much dead on the money like the regular program is here in the states. Plus there isn't much difference driving either of those two countries as in the U.S. There are a few differences in how the GPS acts in Europe then in the States. It normally doesn't show what the miles or kilometers per hours are supposed to be for the speed limit. It also doesn't show the same type options for things like most use of highways etc... But I'm sure it's do to the different road structures, All in all it was some of the best spent money to help me prepare for the trip to Europe.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Garmin 68LMT GPS does not recognize Garmin Europe maps. 21 January 2016
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I both this card (Europe map) from Amazon.com since we were going on vacation and had already planned to travel by car (which we did in august 2015) from the Netherlands all the way to Venice Italy. The micro SD card arrived in an official sealed Garmin carton envelope.

I also both a new Garmin 68LMT unit pre-loaded with the maps of the continental USA and Canada (because I mostly vacation in the USA) this to replace my old Garmin 1450LMT unit.

I was GREATLY disappointed after I inserted the Europe map (micro SD Card) in the Garmin 68LMT. No matter what I did, the 68LMT just does not recognize the Europe map. After some research on Google searching for an answer, I found out that many other customers are having the same problem as I had. Someone wrote on the internet that all the Garmin units starting with only two number do have this problem. This may be true due to the fact that my old Garmin unit 1450LMT can read the Europe maps with no problem.

On the Garmin website it is clearly stated that the Europe map that I purchased is 100% compatible with the 68LMT unit. To solve the problem I purchased a new GPS unit with the Europe maps built in after I arrived in the Netherlands.

Shame on you Garmin.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worked very well in 6 central/eastern European countries 30 December 2011
By Bryan J. Gibson - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
For around $50 ($49 + shipping) I got this European complement to the America GPS I have--Garmin Nuvi 1370 or something like that (bought GPS this year, and it came with lifetime traffic and maps). The micro-SD card is about 1/2-inch x 3/4-inch, and it fit right into the side slot. They also include an SD adapter (twice the size or more) into which you can place the micro-SD card ... and then place the adapter in your GPS (I didn't have to use the adapter but I assume it works).
My wife and I (both American) took a 3-week vacation to 7 countries in central and eastern Europe. We visited Germany, Austria, Slovakia, Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary, and Romania. I drove in all countries except Hungary (plane into Budapest and train out of Budapest to Timisoara, Romania). The total driven between 2 rental cars (1 was only for Romania) was over 2,200 miles. We had virtually no problems with navigation. (Once in Czech Republic we took a day trip from Prague 2 hours south to Cesky Krumlov, and halfway through that there was a detour for what looked less like roadwork and more like new construction on the motorway on which we were driving--not sure why that section of motorway was even in the GPS map, but you can't blame Garmin for that one. Anyway, the GPS told us to turn around and try the same thing, which we did and only ended up with the same roundabout and no discernable detour signs--not at all like you would usually see in America. It was the road crew's way of covering up the towns listed for the 1 roundabout exit on the blue sign with red electrical tape (and by doing so, implicitly telling you to find your own way) that really added a nice Czech flavor to our day trip. Eventually we followed the next 3 roundabouts' directions toward a city near Cesky Krumlov and ended up on a slower more minor road, but still got where we were going after the GPS recalculated once it realized what we were doing.
One thing I noticed that would frustrate anyone...beware of this...our plane landed in Munich and we had 2 or 3 days there before we would get the rental car. Walking around the 1st day we were there, I got out the GPS to see if it would work or at least find satellites. It would not find satellites for the 10 or 15 minutes I had it out, and it was not a tall buildings issue. The night before we were to rent the car, I was in a bit of a panic because I wanted the GPS to work and not have to rent a GPS (which would have cost about $125 for the 13 days I drove)...so I looked up online how to get my GPS to recognize satellites. There was some method on some website telling me to hold down the power button for 30 seconds and change some setting in Tools/Options (or something like that, I don't remember at all) so it would forget my usual Pennsylvania USA satellite and try to get a new one in Munich as its preferred satellite--I found the idea that the GPS would not have the logic built in to figure out that it needs to re-default really archaic, but I tried it. I'm not sure if that is what worked (probably not, probably just time), but after trying that and then holding it out on the balcony of our hotel room for 20 minutes or more, it eventually found a satellite and all was well.
Important note: Make sure your GPS is fully charged before you travel...in case you have to do this 30- to 60-minute process without having a car to plug it in.
After the finding satellites issue, there was no problem with lag time finding satellites wherever we went.
In 2,200 plus miles it may have told us to go the wrong way on 2 or 3 streets, but other than that and the occasional middle of the city "turn right onto trail" that is to be expected when you are turning 10 times in 1 minute down alleyways, it worked extremely well--I'm sure just as well as anything we would have rented.
It worked flawlessly in Romania for crying out loud--Romania... (which is good because when we were in Bucharest and I had to turn around because we had entered Bucharest instead of the Otopeni airport suburb, I didn't have to roll down the window and ask for directions when a pack of 10 or so of their 200,000 stray dogs ran up to the car barking and charging).
The reason I say that the GPS worked as well as (probably better than) anything we would have rented... when you rent a GPS from a car rental company with your car, you get a GPS with however old and out-of-date maps they feel like giving you. In present-day Europe (with their major road projects to attempt to stimulate the economy), 3 years out of date might be tough to use if they have built new minor or major roads or exits.
1 more note--I printed out general directions from city to city using viamichelin.com before we left...basically in case I got lost or the GPS would not respond. They helped me stay on track a couple times when I just didn't believe the GPS, and they could have been a lifesaver if anything happened to the GPS or it all of a sudden could not find satellites.
(Buy it from Amazon or a low-price merchant--there is no reason at all to buy it from Garmin's website.)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Works where phones don't, and includes rural areas too 2 May 2017
By Bec - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
We were heading to Basque country, northern Spain and South Western France. Much of this landscape is mountain roads and farm roads, and due to the geography we were hesitant - rightly, it turned out- to rely solely on phone GPS (Waze, Google Maps). I called Garmin to confirm that despite the names, these maps cover rural areas, not just the cities.

Amazing customer service: the Garmin hep desk guy got out his own Garmin device and searched for the locations i was visiting to make sure erred be covered with this map. Took minutes to install - just slip the card in the slot.

We were never without directions, even in the most remote villages. The only quibble we had was that it actually is mapped *too* well! Even unpaved farm roads are mapped... Unfortunately, we didn't have an off-road vehicle to take advantage of them - but that lead to one of the funniest moments of our trip... "An American, a dog, and a Basque shepherd meet on the road"...

Excellent value - for $100, you can rent a cheaper car, but most importantly, you don't have to worry about losing your cell phone signal out in the countryside. Which we did.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars The Garman is yuck!!! 25 November 2016
By John S Santo - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
This chip gives you wrong turns wrong directions is slow to respond at intersections and can't find many addresses because it's too specific. Not worth the money use your smart phone.
It's only worth is when you're out in the middle of nowhere without cell phone reception we were using Waze and Siri on our smart phone to make sure that the Garman was responding correctly to the directions we were wanting to go. The Garman also did not respond with distances to turns. We would have to carefully look at the Garman to see what the distance was to the turn and then the Garman was easily 100 meters in error for the turns . Js