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Tom Tom GPS

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Does anyone know if any of the lake map chips can be used in the auto gps Tom Tom, Garmin, or others. I am thinking about buy one of these units for my truck and was wondering if I could use it in my boat also

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NO....Tom Tom does not work with Lake Map chips.

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He is right they wont work... If you are thinking of getting one of these get the Garmin. I have used both and the Garmin is by far alot better then the Tom Tom.

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lakemaster works in the lowrance Iway in car nav system.

I've considered picking one up, they are fairly inexpensive, and might make a nice multi application gps, however, not waterproof.

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How about the Megellan's? Anyone know if your chips work in these?

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sand_pike, Great information, i did not know that!!!

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Quote:

lakemaster works in the lowrance Iway in car nav system.

I've considered picking one up, they are fairly inexpensive, and might make a nice multi application gps, however, not waterproof.


From my research I found that it would work in the high end models correct???

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From my research I found that it would work in the high end models correct???


This one will work.... linky

I've seen this one online for $149,just keep an eye out.

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