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I have a new in box Garmin GPSMAP 60Cx color handheld gps receiver. I opened it to ensure all the stuff was there but aside from that it has never even been used.
Here are copy-pasted specs:

Technical Details

· Receiver: High-sensitivity SiRF architecture

· Antenna: Built-in quad helix with remote antenna capability

· Interface: USB

· Map storage: MicroSD card slot (includes 64 MB microSD card)

· Preloaded map: Built-in Americas auto-route basemap, including highways, exits, and tide data

· Map compatibility: Preprogrammed microSD data cards (sold separately), including MapSource BlueChart, City Navigator, U.S. Topo 24K, and U.S. Topo and Recreational Lakes with Fishing Hot Spots

· Waypoints: 1,000 user waypoints with names and graphic symbols

· Reversible routes: 50

· Track log: 10,000-point automatic track log

· Saved tracks: 20 (500 points each)

· Trip computer: Odometer, stopped time, moving average, overall average, total time, maximum speed, and more

· Position format: Lat/Lon, UTM, Loran TDs, Maidenhead, MGRS, user grid, and more

· Waterproof: Yes, to IPX7 standards (submersible in 1 meter of water for up to 30 minutes)

· Batteries: 2 AA (not included)

· Battery life: Up to 20 hours

· Sensors: Electronic compass, barometric altimeter

· Interface: USB and serial port

· Display: 256-color transflective TFT

· Display size: 1.5 by 2.2 inches (W x H)

· Display resolution: 160 x 240 pixels

· Water-resistant : Yes, to IPX7 standards (submersible in 1 meter of water for 30 minutes)

· Item width: 2.4 inches

· Item height: 6.1 inches

· Item depth: 1.3 inches

· Item weight: 7.5 ounces with batteries

· Warranty: 1 year parts and labor

· What's in the Box: GPSMAP 60Cx, 64 MB microSD card, USB cable, belt clip, MapSource Trip and Waypoint Manager CD-ROM, lanyard, quick-start guide, user's manual

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