Sunday, March 18, 2012

Garmin Astro 320 GPS dog tracking system

Garmin-Astro-320The Garmin Astro 320 updates the Astro 220 GPS dog tracking system for hunters, adding features such as BirdsEye aerial imagery and Garmin custom map capabilities, a barometric altimeter, tri-axial electronic compass, wireless data transfer and a new interface.

Additional improvements are a 30% increase in effective range (up to 9 miles in flat, unobstructed terrain), a vibration feature and keypad lock. The 320 is sold by itself or coupled with a DC 40 tracking collar and accessories.

More Garmin Astro 320 reviews

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Comments

  1. trouillas says:

    Bonjour
    je voudrais savoir si vous vendez par correspondance en france le produit garmin astro 320 plus les colliers dc 40 , si je peux avoir une notice en francais plus la carte cartographique de la france ou du sud de la france dans le garmin 320 pour recherche de mes chiens

    quel prix pour un recepteur et 10 colliers voir 15 colliers modele 320 et DC40 plus le transport

    merci pour une réponse
    cordialement

    Alain

  2. santillian says:

    Garmin Astro 320 and DC-50 are much stronger than old Astro 220 system. I changed from beeping system. I heard beeping system are illegal now, after GPS system came out I had some wildlifematerial and quicktrack collars. FCC fine can be as much as $50,000 for each collar, if anyone are still using them. Garmin say Their Astro system are good with FCC approval.

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