Garmin dezlCam 785 LMT-S 7" GPS Truck Navigator with Built-in Dash Cam

Model: 010-01856-20

SKU: 316431 Product ID: 888149

  • 7" Display with magnetic mount
  • Built-in Dash Cam
  • Driver Assistance Features
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    For big rig drivers who want a big-screen navigator to match, our dēzlCam™ 785 LMT-S GPS truck navigator with its 7” touchscreen is the ideal road companion. In addition to its premium mapping, voice-controlled navigation and advanced connectivity features, it comes with a built-in dash cam to automatically record your drive and save video of incidents.

    The integrated camera provides driver assistance features to encourage safer driving. Plus, a powered magnetic mount allows secure attachment and easy removal when you exit the cab. Stay connected, alert and on track for the long haul with dēzlCam 785 LMT-S.

    Key Features

    All-in-one 7” truck navigator with powered magnetic mount plus built-in dash cam to record your drive and enable driver awareness features such as forward collision and lane departure warnings¹

    Custom truck routing² for the size, load and weight of your truck plus alerts for upcoming bridge heights, steep grades and more

    Free live services, such as traffic and weather, via the Smartphone Link app³

    Easy Break Planning with timely notifications plus a Truck & Trailer Services directory, searchable by brand or amenity (e.g., “Flying J” or “showers”)

    Control dēzlCam with your voice, and enjoy Bluetooth® hands-free calling4, smart notifications² and built-in Wi-Fi® for easy map and software updates without a computer

    Works with Garmin eLog™ compliant ELD (sold separately) for subscription-free Hours of Service (HOS) recording with no smartphone or tablet required


    GPS type - In-Car GPS

    Device screen size (inches) - 7.0

    Touchscreen - True

    Device orientation - Landscape

    Bluetooth - Yes

    Voice Control - True

    Manufacturer's warranty - 1 Year


Rated 5 out of 5 by from Just the way a Navigation unit should be . I tried the Navman big rig, and eventually i swapped to this one, and i am so very happy to have done so, it is designed to sit on the windscreen infornt of the driver, this way the camera can see the road and provide the appropriate alerts promptly so the fact the camera doesn't move is not a design fault, it will provide an option to choose the type of heavy vehicle you are using and enter ALL it's dimensions in order to provide you with the appropriate navigation routes based on those dimensions, it doesn't need to show you WHERE the entry point are for the location because lets face it, this is a navigation unit, for roads, and where the entry points are irrelevant as the driver will need to locate and learn those since they're not going to be why you get a GPS , being android based makes it a breez to use, to update and to understand, responsive, great quality touch screen that's very bright, audio can be VERY loud if needed, the dock is a wonderful addition, you can leave it on and just remove the unit , the dock allows all the auto functions like the camera recording to start, and the stand by mode to start. the camera quality is good, but the real time alerts are even better. Mini USB on the dock and Micro on the unit, because MINI has become the standard used for in car dash cams and navigation, the micro USB on the unit is an obvious choice for local power to the unit and in case you require a PC connection, however, updates are through WIFI on the unit and you don't need the PC at all. an awesome addition. reading the last review by salamader, it seems like he hasn't figured it out and doesn't understand how it works, like the video recording, it's a full continues as one file with the addition of the map and gps, it's a separate file, and you also then see the incident files with it, under the same file menu, funny is that his review drove me away from purchasing it from the beginning and i ended up with the bigrig navman which was the worst thing i have ever used. good thing i gave this a go. You need set it up right and customise it for what you need, this way you only see POI that are relevant to you. and since it's android base, you have all the android usual apps and file system. win win.
Date published: 2019-05-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great unit Great unit with a very good dash cam suites our motorhome perfectly
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely awful Useless as truck navigation. Full of design faults. And really irritating to use. It's meant for trucks. It asks what type of truck I'm driving, specifically asking if it's a delivery truck. And then ignores the information. It navigates down roads and flashes a warning "trucks not allowed". It tells me I've arrived at the destination address, but what I really need to know is where the delivery zone is located - which is usually not the same thing. And telling me "you have arrived at your destination on the right" is maddening when the destination is on the other side of a reservation and there is no way to get to it. It takes 5Km routes that end up just 100M from where I started and could simply have turned right. Place searches are often useless - shopping malls aren't included and it refuses to acknowledge the corresponding street address. And to cap it all, the maps tend to be out of date. Or just plain wrong. It uses mini USB for the main power, but micro USB for the PC connection (why?). if the lighter socket doesn't work for whatever reason, it can't use a USB port on the radio because it doesn't supply enough power (just how much power does a GPS unit need?). And every time I turn the truck off, the unit goes into standby. It resumes rather than restarts, which is good, but still asks for acceptance of the safety warning and the truck type. Try doing that 30 times a day. Or worse, if it's one of these modern trucks that stops the engine at traffic lights, the unit shuts off with the engine. It's supposed to be able to add more applications to the existing list. I can't get it to work. It can connect to a smart phone, which doesn't seem to do anything useful. The dashcam is fixed, which means to be of any use the unit has to be pointed to suit the dashcam rather than face the user. Which is dumb. The recordings are in one minute blocks. They can be viewed on a PC, but not as a continuous recording. It's also very heavy and tends to droop in its holder, so I'm constantly having to adjust it. The maps tend to get flooded with symbols for "places of interest" not relevant to what I want and just get in the way, and I can't find a way to turn them off. It has a range of beeping noises to indicate things, but the noises are meaningless and distracting. All in all, poor navigation, poor interface, low resolution and frustrating to use. Not recommended, and not good value.
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is NOT a Truck Nav System I have done 7 weeks on the road with this unit, about 35,000 k's if interstate driving which is usually away from the main hwy's. Firstly, the good bits. The mounts system is great, Lane departure and forward collision warnings good. Telling me about speed zone changes before the street signs is good, allows time for a gentle slow down. And that's about it. Bad bits, well, there are lots, as the other review above says,the nav is bad, it sent me to the wrong side of a divided street several times then says destination is on the right. On the run from Dunedoo to Cobar, a simple trip, it is wanting me to turn off before Dubbo to go via Geurie..... Miles in the wrong direction. Recent run out of Parkes for Wodonga via Wagga, it is wanting to to turn off the main road for EVERY rest area, and in the small town of Barmedman it wanted me to do a lap of the town with 4 right turns in a row. It wont take you on the heavy vehicle bypasses through towns, eg Moree. The dash cam, I have no idea where that fottage is, or how to get it. The unit won't link to my phone, yet my phone happily talks to the dash cam in my car. I am at the point where I need to set the destination, then check it agains the Truckie Atlas to make sure, at least it won't change itself along the way and once checked is OK to use. Sadly, I have a HEMA HN7 in my car, and that is the bench mark to compare other units to. This unit fails big time.... Now i wonder if Mr HEMA does a Truck addition....
Date published: 2019-06-09
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