Your Garmin, Your Story ...
We're constantly amazed at the positive feedback we get from people who use our products for just about anything you can imagine. Their stories range from geocaching to surviving life-threatening situations.
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"Flying over the Grand Canyon with the GPSMAP®
I bought a Garmin® GPSMAP 295 about a year ago. In that time,
it has flown cross-country twice, navigated the Phoenix airspace
countless times, and recently the Grand Canyon airspace. Flying
over the canyon was a unique experience. Cluttered with restricted
airspace, altitude requirements, and tight flight corridors for
sightseeing, the Grand Canyon sectional was not a fun proposition.
Fortunately, with my 295, I easily programmed in the corridor
waypoints and followed the line from one magnificent spot to the
next, successfully avoiding all restricted airspace. I could not
imagine doing this flight without the help of my Garmin! Thank
you for making such a great product and for making general aviation
a more enjoyable experience.
"GPSMAP 295 aids aerial photographer"
I don't have a story quite yet. But I just bought the Garmin
GPSMAP 295, and I think it's the greatest thing since sliced bread.
I bought the 295 to help me navigate during some aerial photo
flights I'll be doing this summer down in southern Ohio. I'm currently
working on my second book about the Hopewell earthworks which
were built about 2,000 years ago by native Americans. Some of
these earthworks are geometrically shaped and are best viewed
from the air because they are so huge. Some are several hundreds
of acres in extent. Anyway, the 295 will be of tremendous use
to me in locating these sites from the air and getting home safely.
I especially like the lighted buttons and how the unit automatically
switches to night mode. You guys thought of everything. What an
absolutely wonderful piece of equipment. I hope you folks sell
a million of 'em.