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Garmin Camper 890 ultimate sat-nav, designed for outdoor explorers

Finally, the day has come. Garmin has a decided to release in its range of sat-navs device, namely the Garmin Camper 890. As a company that is already a big player when it comes to producing the best sat navs. The newly gadget is aimed specifically at those who love camping and caravanning trips. The new Camper 890 at Garmin looks a little different as usually. It brings custom routing to make sightseeing simple. Thus, the Camper 890 comes with a new trip planning feature that’s preloaded travel content – including Trip Advisor.

The new Camper 890 at Garmin brings an extra-large 8-inch high-resolution display, which is able to be used in portrait or landscape mode. Also, it will make it as an user friendly gadget to oversee their route and spot any interesting detours that might take your fancy. To safely stay in contact on long journeys, Garmin Camper 890 offers Bluetooth hands-free calling. It is also a revamped voice command that means users won’t need to take their eyes off the road on tricky routes.

There are different mounting options – including a powered magnetic mount with heavy-duty suction cup, a ball adapter, and screw-down mount. The Garmin Camper 890 makes sure to get it securely attached and in place, whatever you’re driving.

New device has a built in several awesome features such as filterable directory of trailer parks, campsites and free stop-over places, as well as preloaded points of interest, complete with TripAdvisor ratings. So, the new Garmin 890 will make your trip even smoother. It brings preloaded with a full Europe map, but you can also download additional maps of North America, South America, the Middle East and North Africa, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand for free at Garmin Express.

Users interested in grabbing the the Camper 890 MT-S will have to pay an RRP of £479.99 for it.

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