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Although many users will not want to fiddle around with downloading and installing maps, both of these devices can use OSM maps which enormously increases their versatility, not to mention saving you money on map updates.

In a few months I am off to do some cycle touring in Italy, and I wouldn't even think about buying the maps from Garmon. I just download the Italian map optimised for bicycle routes, install on my Garmin 810 and off I go. In my opinion both Garmin and Magellan have now "run up the white flag" in terms of proprietary mapping data, with most savvy users having moved to free maps from OSM.

So comments in this article about cycle maps for the Garmin don't really apply in practice. Either way if you go OS you will want to load the right maps.

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