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Wed, Nov 02, 2011

GNS 530W And GPS 500W Products To Be Discontinued

Garmin Alerts Dealer Network Of The Change, Slated For The End Of The Month

In a notice sent to dealers and forwarded to ANN, Garmin said Monday that, due to decreasing demand and limited parts availability, it will no longer accept orders for new GNS 530W and GPS 500W series products beginning November 30, 2011. Orders can be placed, while supplies last, until this discontinuation date. All orders must be shipped no later than 30 days past the order date, and scheduled orders beyond  30 days will not be accepted.

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Garmin says that for the time being, it expects the GNS 430W, GNS 420W and GPS 400W series products to remain available through the first half of 2012, but dealers have been encouraged to "take this time to review customers currently intending to purchase either a GNS 530W or GPS 500W and use this opportunity to explain the benefits of their respective replacements, the larger GTN 750 and GTN 725 series products as well as the smaller GTN 650, GTN 635 and GTN 625."

Garmin says it will continue supporting the GNS series with repair services and maintenance software releases "for many years to come." Additionally, FliteLevel Select Extended Warranties continue to be available for GNS products of any age.

FMI: www.garmin.com

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