Garmin Oregon 650T Canada GPS

5039-335
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Description

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The Oregon 650T has a 3-axis compass with accelerometer and gyro, plus a barometric altimeter, complement the super accurate dual-band GPS. The built-in Canadian topo map shows your way in detail. ANT+ wireless compatibility lets you add heart rate, cadence, chirp and temperature sensors. The Compressed High-Intensity Radiated Pulse homes in like sonar on CHIRP-enabled caches, where an 8MP camera lets you immortalize your success in all its geo-tagged glory.

  • Sunlight-readable touchscreen display rotates through dual orientations.
  • Preloaded TOPO Canada 100K maps with shaded relief basemap.
  • Basic worldwide basemap.
  • Dual GPS/GLONASS receiver monitors 2 separate satellite constellations for faster position fixes and greater reliability under forest canopies and in canyons.
  • Built-in 3-axis compass with accelerometer and gyro for accuracy on the move or at rest.
  • Barometric altimeter tracks pressure changes for more accurate altitude readings and monitoring weather trends.
  • Compressed High-Intensity Radiated Pulse “pings” for CHIRP-enabled geocaches.
  • Filters geocaches by size, terrain, difficulty and type.
  • Garmin BaseCamp software lets you view and organize maps, waypoints, routes and tracks. It displays topo maps in 2-D or 3-D on your computer, including contour lines and elevation profiles and allows you to create Garmin Adventures to share with friends, family or fellow explorers.
  • Dual battery system runs on an included rechargeable NiMH battery or 2 traditional AA batteries (not included).
  • 1.75GB of internal memory, expandable with MicroSD cards (not included).
  • 8MP camera takes geo-tagged photos. LED flash doubles as a flashlight with variable brightness settings and an SOS mode.
  • Bluetooth and ANT compatibility allows wireless transfer of photos, geocaches, adventures, routes and Custom Maps between Oregon 600-series devices or Garmin Basecamp Mobile. Also accepts ANT+ heart rate, cadence, chirp and temperature sensors.

Tech specs

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Ideal for
  • Alpine climbing and mountaineering
  • Backcountry skiing
Display dimensions 6.3 x 3.8cm
IPX rating

Indicates the degree of protection against liquid. IP X1: Dripping water while in normal operating orientation; IP X4: Splashing water; IP X5: Water jets; IP X6: Powerful water jets; IP X7: Immersion up to 1m ≤ 30 minutes; IP X8: Suitable for submersion as specified by manufacturer.

IP X7
Built-in memory 1.75GB
Dimensions 11.4 x 6.1 x 3.3cm
Snooze No
Countdown timer Yes
Stopwatch Yes
Electronic compass

An electronic compass allows the user to view their heading in situations where they are either standing still or moving too slowly for the GPS to detect.

Yes
Interface USB and Wireless
Low battery warning Yes
Calorie consumption

Calculated based on data from a heart rate monitor.

No
Garmin Connect

An online community where members upload, analyze and share activity data.

Yes
Add maps capability

These units allow you to add maps, so you can mark and name waypoints and create routes on your PC, and then upload the map of your choice to your GPS.

Yes
Programmable workouts

Want an easy jog? A fast-paced ride? A workout with lots of variety to keep you on your toes? With programmable workouts you can tailor your training to match whatever you are looking for on a particular day.

No
New lap auto start

Automatically triggers a new lap after reaching a specified difference.

Yes
Heart rate monitor Sold separately
Distance/time alarm Yes
Floats No
Interval training No
Bluetooth Yes
Auto pause

Automatically pauses timer when you stop or go below a specified pace.

Yes
Heart rate in real time

Displays beats per minute during activity.

No
Calories in real time

Displays calorie expenditure during activity, based on heart rate monitor data.

No
Speed/cadence sensor

Monitors pedalling cadence and measures pedalling strokes per minute.

Sold separately
Battery life 16 h
Chest strap Sold separately
Custom POI

A POI (point of interest) is a specific location that someone may find interesting (i.e., favourite viewpoint, best coffee stop before the trailhead). The custom POI feature allows the user to load only the POI's that interest them onto their GPS unit.

Yes
Waypoints

Waypoints consist of a standard set of coordinates (two for land, three for air or space) that identify a specific physical location. A route is navigated between two or more waypoints.

4000
Display type Transflective colour TFT touchscreen
Metric/imperial units format Yes
Power meter

Displays output in watts as you ride.

Not compatible
Unit to unit transfer

Shares data wirelessly between compatible units.

Yes
Basemap

A basic set of map data that is included with the GPS. Basemap detail may vary from unit to unit.

Yes
Area calculation Yes
Track log 10,000 points, 200 saved tracks
Tide tables No
Battery power indicator Yes
Data card microSD card (not included)
Foot pod

Attaches to your shoe, captures your running data (i.e., pace, distance), and transmits it to your heart rate monitor or GPS.

Sold separately
Touch screen Yes
Heart rate target zones

Displays heart rate zones during activity.

Yes
Barometric altimeter

Barometer function helps forecast weather trends. An altimeter can provide one line of position for location on a topo map, useful if the GPS isn't working.

Yes
Coded signal

A coded instrument ensures no interference between your chest strap and your watch, necessary if you are training in busy gyms or trails where other signals may be encountered.

No
Workout history Yes
Wireless sync Yes
Button lock No
Batteries Rechargeable battery pack (removable)
Routes 200
Haptic feedback No
Virtual partner

Allows user to monitor training goals with either a virtual partner or alarms.

No
Max split time 0
Pause timer

Pauses the timer when slowing or stopping, and automatically resumes when moving again.

Yes
Pace alarm

An alarm that notifies you if you vary from a pre-set pace.

No
ANT+ compatible

Ensures seamless digital wireless communication between ANT+ devices. For example, data from an ultra-low power wireless sensor can be displayed on a bike computer or smartphone, then downloaded to a PC, etc.

Yes
Made in Taiwan