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iFLY 720 Moving Map GPS for Pilots

- 45 customer reviews.

iFLY 720 Moving Map GPS for Pilots

The 7-inch touch screen aviation GPS is ideal: big and bright enough to read easily in flight and yet small enough to manage comfortably. An included suction mount with multiple articulation points or an optional yoke mount provides lots of mounting options. The touch screen interface is incredibly simple to use. No installation or setup required. Just turn it on and you're ready to fly!

The iFly 720 is loaded with digital copies of FAA sectionals, IFR Low Enroute charts, airport diagrams, approach plates, and more. In fact, everything from planning to flying is designed around image enhanced maps from the FAA. Sweep your finger across the screen to scroll through the map, quick-tap to switch to another sectional, drag a route line to avoid a TFR, tap an airport to get detailed information, etc, etc. It's easy, intuitive, and fast.

New in the iFLY 720

  • Sunlight Readability. Sunny days are no issue with the iFLY 720. Perfect for those bright open cockpits.
  • WiFI Updating - the iFLY 720 is unleashed!
  • Faster dual-core processor and more memory.
  • (optional upgrade) iFly Streets - now you go straight from the runway to the roadway with iFly Streets, a full-featured road navigation GPS including voice-guided directions, 3D visuals including Lane Guidance and services (hotel, restaurant, gas station) lookup

Intuitive Interface

  • User Interface is designed the way you think, very easy to figure out
  • Buttons fade away when not in use, maximizing map visibility
  • Plug & fly (just plug in the unit and it will go straight to the map, ready to begin your flight)
  • Big buttons throughout, making it easy to use even in the bumpy flights
  • Zoom levels from 2 to 100 NM per inch
  • Clear warnings if any sectionals are expired
  • Touch-n-drag scrolling
  • Single-touch to zoom in/out
  • Single-touch to re-center & track current location
  • Single-touch to switch which sectional is being displayed

FAA Charts

  • Includes all STAR, Approach and Departure Charts
  • Includes airport taxi diagrams
  • "History" button allows toggling between the maps and recently viewed plates
  • Touch-sensitive panning and zooming
  • Easy to update charts through the website

Flight Planning

  • One-touch "Direct-to" flight planning
  • Supports multi-leg flight plans
  • Rubber-band route line modifications (just touch & drag a route line to make a change, such as bending it around an airspace)
  • Save/Load/Reverse flight plans
  • Flight plan automatically saved/restored between power cycles. So you can plan your flight at home, turn off the device, take it to your plane, plug it in, and your flight plan and map is all ready-to-go
  • Bright magenta route lines
  • Ability to search for airports by code, airport name, or city name

ADS-B Weather and Traffic

  • ADS-B Weather and Traffic Compatibility with 3rd party receivers such as iLevil, SkyRadar, NavWorx, Clarity, and more.
  • Live NEXRAD, METARs, TAFs, Winds Aloft and PIREPS without reoccurring monthly fees or apps

Detailed Airport Information

  • Search for nearby airports
  • Geo-data
  • Public/private
  • Attendance schedule
  • Common, ATC, and other communication frequencies
  • Runway(s) type, condition, lighting, gradient, markings, etc
  • Traffic patterns
  • Available IFR equipment
  • Obstructions
  • Any additional FAA remarks

Unprecedented Spatial Awareness

  • Show your position on an actual FAA published sectional map
  • Sectional map images are digitally enhanced for maximum contrast & visibility
  • Pre-loaded with every sectional, including Alaska and Hawaii
  • Pre-loaded with the IFR Low-enroute charts for the lower 48 states
  • Pre-loaded with all the approach, departure, and STAR plates for all 50 states
  • Pre-loaded with all the FAA published airport diagrams
  • Single-touch to change which sectional map is being displayed
  • When zoomed out, important airspaces are highlighted
  • Touch a map to quickly see the distance & bearing from current location
  • "Find Nearest" option to quickly find nearby airports, ASOS/AWOS freqs, navaids, etc.
  • Sectionals maps include all "border" information, nothing is hidden. It's just like having an actual sectional map.
  • Ability to show distance-radials around your current location
  • FAA published TFRs can be seen on the maps

Simple Data Updates

  • With a low cost annual subscription get unlimited easy updates from any internet connected computer
  • Always have the latest sectionals, FAA airport databases, TFRs, sectional maps, and charts
  • Ability to quick-update latest TFR data just prior to your flight
  • Download the application updates to always have the latest new features
  • Use your own inexpensive USB Flash Drive

What they're saying...

AOPA Pilot Magazine "the iFly 700 is a robust package for a great price!"

Plane and Pilot Magazine "Touch Screen Wonder"

Fly-Low Publications "...intuitive and easy to use and would be a great addition to your flight bag."

P&P Tech Talk "...Adventure Pilot is off to a great start with brisk sales and a flood of happy customer testimonials..."

Technical Specifications

External Dimensions: 7 1/4" X 4 1/2" X 3/4"
Weight: 12 oz.
Ports: USB, Audio Out, AV In, IR Extension, Serial Out, GPS Antenna, SD MMC
Storage: 4GB SDHC (included)
Screen Resolution: 800 x 480
Current Draw: 600ma @ 12V DC
Warranty: 1 Year


  • iFly 720 loaded with all FAA Sectional Charts, Low Altitude Enroute Charts, Approach/Departure Plates, Airport Diagrams, and more.
  • Soft carrying case
  • AC power adapter
  • DC power adapter (cigarette lighter style)
  • Remote Control
  • Multi-point articulating suction mount
  • FREE VFR/IFR Data Subscription for 2 months. This subscription will allow you to keep all elements of your iFly up to date. This includes Sectionals, TAC charts, Low Enroute Charts, Plates, Software, TFRs, Metars, AFD Databases, etc.

NOTE: The iFly 720 does not have an internal battery and requires external power. It includes both AC and DC (cigarette lighter style) adapters, and supports both 12v and 24v systems. An external battery accessory designed to work with the iFly 720 is available for purchase separate. This battery will provide 3.5 to 4 hours of power.


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Customer Reviews For iFLY 720 Moving Map GPS for Pilots:
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Wednesday, October 22, 2014
great software - hardware not so much
by John L from Kingwood TX 

Pros: software is great
Cons: hardware not especially for the price
Review: When it works they are great - I'm on my second unit -replaced under warranty-
and now it locks up -won't come out of flight planning mode - and all kinds of other problems. I've given up and gone to Foreflight.
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Thursday, October 02, 2014
by Larry from Waco TX USA 
Pros: Big screen, easy to learn and use, low price, excellant quality.
Cons: none
Review: This turned out to be one of my few very good decisions. The I-Fly 720 is easy and fun to learn. It worked flawlessly on our recent trip from Waco TX to Alamogordo NM and back. The terrain avoidance was a welcome feature over the mountains! Well worth the low price, I would buy again.
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Tuesday, May 13, 2014
I would buy this product again, and again, and again!
by Jimmy from Fortson GA USA 

Pros: Beautiful, bold color for sectional.
Cons: 1) Screen must be vertical or pointed down somewhat. Otherwise sun glare diminishes its viewability. 2) charge a bit more and provide a RAM ball mount.
Review: I already have a Garmin 430W and it's a VERY powerful piece of equipment....BUT it's not so user friendly, doesn't have the moving sectional or most importantly the intuitive logic which the iFLY 720 has. A 3rd grader could master this thing in minutes, and it's a breeze for flight plans. Coupled with its rubber band line, you can change your plans in a matter of seconds. Phone numbers, runway layouts, frequencies, and AFD information and instrumentation are so easy to use that I find myself using it instead of the Garmin all too frequently. A bright, easy to discriminate screen doesn't hurt either. A fantastic deal at less than 1/10 the price of a Garmin.
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Thursday, May 08, 2014
Amazingly easy to use
by Richard from Halifax MA USA 

Pros: Exceptional
Cons: None
Review: The ease of use and the amount of information available at the touch of a finger is extraordinary.
I would recommend this unit to any pilot that inquired as to its purposefulness.
I have not found anything that I would be dissatisfied with in regards to it's functionality.
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Tuesday, February 04, 2014
several flights and it works well, happy pilot
by trumpet from San Antonio TX USA 

Pros: screen, information available, wifi downloads, ease of use, customizing
Cons: no internal battery - - just a few minutes would help; re-boot time
Review: Very happy with my new iFly 720. The screen is plenty big, so I am glad I did not go with the larger Garmin.

I have a low tech cell phone and no iPad (or whatever), so this was a good tool for me. Suction mount still holding well after several flights. I was careful to install it on a flat surface.

Only drawback is no battery. Even a 5 minute source inside would help me switch from one source to another. As it works now, each time you move the power (or hit the master switch on the panel) it dies and has to re-boot. An annoyance.

Too thrifty to buy the $100 battery. Made a $19 alternate using a 8-pack AA holder from Radio Shack, hard wire connector from iFly, and a 1A fuse holder. Will keep the unit on-line for about 50 minutes. Not bad.

Overall - - a fantastic unit and highly recommended.
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Thursday, January 30, 2014
Easy to use and comprehensive to
by A Customer from Cranberry Township PA USA 

Pros: Intuitive and easy to use
Review: iFLY is great.  I purchased it for use in a helicopter. The touch screen is great because flying helicopters you do not have a lot of hands free time to play with a lot of buttons. Highly recommend this product
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Thursday, November 28, 2013
So far so good.
by A Customer from Marietta GA USA 

Review: Much better than the iFLY 520. Everything seems to work as advertised. Wish it had an on/off switch with power still applied. Slow to boot up, but once done, signal reception is good. Has a lot of bells and whistles for the money.
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Saturday, September 14, 2013
by A Customer from Southeast USA 

Pros: Feature Set
Cons: Reliability. My unit has suffered from repeated lock-ups and GPS signal loss
Review: When the unit works, it is a good data source in the cockpit. Some obvious issues are that most functions take one or two more screen touches than I'd like, the menus are not always intuitive, and the screen is only marginally sunlight readable, IMO.

That said, mine has not been reliable. I've seen lock-ups, failures to acquire GPS lock, and a host of other weird problems. Customer support from Adventure Pilot has been very friendly and accomodating, but ultimately, this is not a product I can depend on.
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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Good Bang for the Buck
by A Customer from Tennessee 

Pros: Great unit. Very easy to operate.
Cons: Suction mount..not so good
Review: I started with the IFLY-700 in my Cherokee. Sold that plane and left the 700 in it when I sold. I bought a Mooney and followed-up with the 720. The unit works as good or better than the previous 700. Only downside was in the Mooney space is tight. I needed a working suction mount. I got a defective one that had some kind of adhesive on the suction-cup. It would NOT release from the windshield properly unless I used extreme force to release one side, a residue was left on the windshield, a totally useless mount. I hope to see them at Oshkosh next week and get them to replace the defective one. The unit itself works great.
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Sunday, July 07, 2013
Best money spent
by Sky-hawk from Heritage Field 

Pros: horizontal or vertical, wireless updating, 7 inch size, fast screens
Cons: sometimes the screen does not seem sensitve enough
Review: The 720 exceeded my expectations. With so many GPS units to chose from. I wanted a moving map on sectionals as a VFR pilot. With the periodic upgrades it keeps on improving. After my last update, I was on the 720 flight plan nearing the destination, and it announced it was time for me to begin my descent and suggested a descent rate. It has screen clues to distance from start. Even though the airplane that I bought into has a Garmin 450 and 250, I preflight my trips at home on the ifly720, then bring it with me and set it up in the cockpit. It is an excellent buy that I recommend
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Monday, July 01, 2013
Very useful
by A Customer from Manassas VA USA 

Pros: Layout, maps, instruments.
Cons: Difficulty learning the various menus.
Review: Overall, this map is very good and useful --- good graphics, easy and intuitive. The good items by far outweigh the few minor issues, which is why I give it a 4. Minor problems can become slightly frustrating --- such as having to locate the same airport in the guide. There is a history section, but when you're flying you don't want to spend much time trying to locate the right directly among four or five. I suspect I will become more adept as I use it more, but initially it takes a while to locate the right button to find the right information. It's all there --- somewhere. Sometimes determining a bearing can take a few tries, and setting a new course isn't necessarily one step. However, once the course is set, I really like the tracking and the information, and the instruments. I would definitely recommend this moving map.
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Monday, June 24, 2013
Perfect! It's great!
by Curtis from Cypress TX USA 

Pros: Great service from the manufacturer. They were a great help with all my questions.
Cons: None.
Review: This GPS does what it's supposed to do with a minimum of distractions. It provides all the flight info you will need and displays it all on a large bright non glare screen. Simplicity is the mark of a well designed GPS and this one gets five stars from me. A great idea, and one that I especially appreciate is the one touch feature showing the actual aerial photo of your destination airport. There are lots of other features that make this unit a joy to use. I mounted mine on the control yoke of my Skyhawk. It fits just fine and is quickly and easily removed in seconds.
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
by martin from Sturgis MI USA 

Cons: NONE
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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
by serge from Tomball TX USA 

Pros: everything that you need in such a great pakage
Cons: wish it could be interfaced with my Zaon XRX
Review: Loved everything about it, may be a little weak on the brightness on a bright sunny day.
Sure wish it could be interfaced with my Zaon XRX
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Wednesday, April 03, 2013
The Owners of this Company are Awesome
by Orville & Mary Ann from Placentia, CA 

Pros: Excellent product, fair minded, and stand by their product
Cons: None
Review: This is the most reputable company I have ever delt with. I had a problem with my unit. They worked to resolve it, and finally did at their own expense.

Love This Company's policies!
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Sunday, February 10, 2013
Very good.
by Dan J. from Panaca NV USA 

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Friday, January 18, 2013
by Jim Mixon from Poteau OK USA 
Pros: Easy to use, bright and ease to see in sunlight conditions.
Cons: When you fly 'course up', map stays North up. It needs to rotate like other GPS units I have owned. Need and 'of and off' switch.
Review: Like it very much. Easy to use.
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Monday, January 14, 2013
I would buy this product again
by Timothy R Binder from Burlington, IA 

Pros: Flying part is GREAT.
Cons: Driving part is the worst I have seen.
Review: The flying part of the GPS for the money is Great. But the road part of the GPS is the worst I have ever seen. Don't take my word for it. Try it yourself but you had better take a road atlas with you.
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Saturday, December 01, 2012
Best purchase I've ever made for my plane!
by Mike the CH2000 Pilot from Hines OR USA 

Pros: Easy, intuitive, great display.
Cons: A little hard to see in direct sun, needs a sun shade around the display.
Review: Far exceeded my expectations. I wanted a moving map display, but got so much more. The terrain plot at the bottom of the screen is a great reassurance. The ability to connect to my WiFi make updating the data and maps a snap; what an elegant feature. Airport information is accessible by just touching the airport icon on the sectional. Flight planning and changing way points enroute is intuitive and fast; something that I consider essential when flying. The display is bright and crisp. The flight data is comprehensive; ground speed, bearing to way point, vertical speed, time to way point, time to final destination, etc.
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Tuesday, October 09, 2012
by A Customer from fort scott KS USA 
Pros: Charts and ease of use
Cons: Had to buy an antenna and yoke mount.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Its sharp and clear and very easy to use! I like it!
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Tuesday, August 28, 2012
I'm glad I bought this
by Jim from Severna Park MD USA 

Pros: Easy to use, large screen,
Cons: Hard to see in daylight, Need an external battery pack if no cigarette lighter in the plane, Have to download updates onto thumb drive and then download into GPS. It would be easier if USB cable came with unit.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  This is my first GPS purchase. I always fly the old fashion map and compass only. But I wanted to try out the new technology and I'm glad I did join the 21st century.
It is easy to use and just big enough to be a help instead of a hindrance.

It doesn't cost as much as other brands and does fine in the airplane.
This GPS unit is a good buy over all.
That being said, I was disappointed to find that I needed to buy an external battery pack cost, $100.00 because I don't have a cigarette light in my plane.

And, that I have to use a thumb drive to download any chart updates and then download a second time into the GPS. It's not hard to do but it is redundant. It should come with a USB cable.
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Tuesday, August 07, 2012
I like it, just trouble seeing in the sun.
by A Customer from Walnut Creek CA USA 

Pros: display size, price, options, taxiway plane tracking,
Cons: glare, too big for car use.
Review: Bought the 720 instead of the ifly 700 based on previous reviews about being able to see in sunlight. I basically moved it all over the cockpit recently to try and get a better view due to glare. Just bought a yoke mount and will see if this different location will eliminate the glare....the $200 dollar upgrade is over rated.
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Tuesday, July 17, 2012
by Dan from Pittsburg KS USA 
Review: 100% satisfied!
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Thursday, June 28, 2012
great affordable gps
by David from Shallotte NC USA 

Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Great my only problem I cant get the upgrade on my computer its to old I'm going to get a new one.
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Tuesday, June 26, 2012
Nice for the price
by Paul from Belle Vernon PA USA 

Pros: easy to use easy to update low cost
Cons: No batt back up or a on off switch
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I have used this 700 on many Xcountrys and it worked great. The geo ref on the approach plates comes in really handy.I am still trying to find out how to get the weather on it. Its a very helpful tool to have for know where u are
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Monday, June 25, 2012
Too Kewl!!!
by Robert from Ft Knox, KY USA 

Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  ALMOST done w/my Private Pilot. Bought a Cessna 172 and I purchased the iFly700. Coming from someone who is well versed in carbon paper n slide rules, this is excellent! It is dummy proof and that's coming from this dummy. Generating and saving flight plans, headings, elevation, on course, off course etc, VERY small learning curve. HIGHLY recommend it especially for those who aren't geek certified. Brought the plane from IA to KY with a fuel stop in between for training and all ploted in the iFly. You can be a total air head and this thing will make you look like a hero. Did me.
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Tuesday, June 19, 2012
ifly 720 gps is a keeper!!!
by james from henryville IN USA 

Pros: cost, ease of use,touch screen.
Cons: still not quite bright enough, sectional page is a little on the cluttered side.
Review: Very nice gps unit for the money.  My only issue would be to have a less cluttered moving map screen  ,instead of the sectional screen that is mainly used on this unit.  I'm sure the pilot adventure engineers will be coming out with some upgraded features soon that will "fit the bill" as they say for the mentioned option.
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Saturday, May 26, 2012
by Jason from Maple Valley WA USA 
Pros: Price, capability, map
Cons: Reception can be spotty
Review: It certainly meets or exceeds expectations for the price. My unit sometimes takes a while to get satellite reception which can be annoying. That's the only complaint and it's not a big deal.
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Tuesday, May 22, 2012
As Good As it Says it is
by Keith from Tenaha TX USA 

Pros: Very easy to learn to operate. Tap a button pick an option.
Cons: Some problems with updating. WARNING don't leave on hot glareshield while parked!
Review: I used this on my first 3 hour cross country very easy to operate. No live weather yet but touch an air port on the screen pick info and dial up the local AWOS. Great size for my 172. Best bang for the buck. Love the option to change the data size and location of flight information on the screen. Eliminates most of the reasons for having a G6B.
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Thursday, March 01, 2012
Beware Garmin, Ifly 700 GPS is to stay
by Luis from Raleigh NC USA 

Pros: everything you need by the touch of your fingers.
Cons: The need of a Panel Dock for better looks and removal from plane.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Extremely impressed by the GPS, For the price, is no comparison.
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Friday, February 17, 2012
by Daniel from Jackson MI USA 
Pros: See the screen in bright sunlight
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I liked the 700 in all respects except for the sunlight visability.
I traded it in for the iFLY 720. That is all that I wanted!
You can see it in direct sunlight, along with all the other pluses the unit has.
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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Easy to Use. Good presentation.
by George from Encinitas CA USA 

Pros: Easy to use, intuitive.
Cons: Not viewable in bright lighting conditions. Have had the set "freeze" several times in just a few minutes which is cured only by cutting off the power.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Not viewable in bright lighting conditions which is why I'm upgrading to a iFLY 720. Would like to be able to "lock on" to a location and have continuous distance and bearing vice having it disappear after a few seconds. Maybe have the first "tap" lock on and have a second "tap" to unlock. I'm still reasonably happy using the i700 even if the 720 were not available. Although the set would be larger, I think I'd prefer to have a battery backup even if it lasted only an hour or so.
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Saturday, November 19, 2011
by A Customer from Moscow ID USA 
Pros: Intuitive, many features, economical
Cons: difficult to view screen in sunlight, suction mount disengages after an hour or so.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I bought this GPS for basic VFR cross country flying. It was well priced with an impressive array of features.
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Thursday, November 17, 2011
As good as products costing twice as much!
by Robert from North Canton OH USA 

Pros: Great price, screen size, resolution, and update price.
Cons: Does not work well with all jump drives.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Does everything expected of a moving map GPS and at a great price. Now with the ADS-B software, it's even better. Only problem I have found after a month or so of use is that the USB drives I have tried do not always work without some playing around or reinstalling. Updates off the computer load great, but the USB connection on the IFLY seem to have a problem being seen and connecting to the unit.
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Tuesday, November 15, 2011
It is a delight to fly with & best value for the money.
by Phil...... flying an RV4. from Riverside CA USA 

Pros: A LOT of information is at my fingertips and easily accessed. I love that I can turn the map to the direction I am flying. Every bush pilot uses that technique to keep track of exactly where he is.
Cons: The unit sometimes "freezes" or "locks up". There is no reset. It has to be unplugged to reboot it.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  It has a nice big screen compared to some other moving maps. Destination selection is quick and easy. The option to navigate to a location, ie vortac is a quick way to locate holding pattern locations and victor airways. My only frustration with it is the occasional loss of GPS signal. In flight it seems to take longer to regain a signal. I have not tried it with the external antenna yet. That may correct the issue. The other issue is that it can become overwhelmed when asked to function too quickly.It "freezes" and has to be rebooted to regain function. When all its functions are working it is a delight to fly with. I hope one of the updates is a USB link to my iPhone. I would love to be able to toggle to my iPhone on the bigger iFly screen.
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Monday, November 14, 2011
Looking forward to using this on cross country flights.
by Steve Craigle from Arlington WA USA 

Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Works great and the updates are affordable. Easy to create flight plans and store them for future use.
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Monday, October 31, 2011
Capable, Economical GPS
by Dan in NV from Carson City, NV 

Pros: Rock solid satellite lock. Important basic flight info easy to get
Cons: Some sort of integrated battery would be helpful.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  iFly unit got a satellite lock in my home office 10 ft from an east window under a six foot overhang. I was amazed. I bought the battery unit until I can get it set up in my plane with a more permanent power supply. I took it for a test flight in an unfamiliar plane with a Garmin panel I had only read about, at an airport I hadn't flown out of for 5 years and was immediately able to get valuable approach information. It was a sunny day but I could have easily flown this approach in IMC just with the info on the iFly.
Charts are not stitched but hopefully this will be an update soon.
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Saturday, October 01, 2011
A great product for the money
by Robert from Ocala FL USA 

Pros: I now am flying with 3 GPS's with the ifly 700 being better than the 2 Garmins
Cons: screen is hard to see in it's stock form. Mount modifications helped a lot
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  A great product with the version 5.15. When the version 6 is available, it will be the best on the market. I do not know if STARS & DP's can be geo- referenced but if so and Adventure adds this to the ifly 700 it will be better than the best, if that is even possible. I own a Bonanza and reflections and sunlight is a bit of a problem with the screen. I fabricated a mount from aluminum which sets in the middle of the control wheel. The angle of the mount is such that reflections from a light colored shirt does not show up in the screen. I also made a sun shield that just about takes care of sun reflections.
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Monday, September 19, 2011
by Jess from Eatonville WA USA 
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  Ease to use right out of box. All of my friends like it. updates are at a nice coast, the lady i ordered it from said it did not come with a mount she needs to be up to what is in the box, jess logston.
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Thursday, July 28, 2011
by flyboy04 from enola PA USA 
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I love it.  So simple to use.  Nice big screen.  I have it mounted on my quicksilver mx. We can get lost too you know! but not with the I FLY 700 and it didn't cost as much as my ultra light.
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Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Works wonders for flying
by Patrick from Medford WI USA 

Pros: airport info easy available during flight
Cons: NO XM weather Weather would make this product perfect
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I wouldn't travel without...
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Thursday, June 30, 2011
The greatest navigation tool I have ever seen
by Ron Brice from Branson Missouri 

Pros: Too much good to list here
Cons: See above for the only picky thing I could have said
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  I reluctantly bought an ifly700 after several of my friends raved about the product. Out of the box, this unit is the most user friendly GPS for aviation I have experienced in all my exposure to Gadgets. I have now used mine on many long flight legs, and must say....."What a pleasure to be able to track myself (I fly a Lancair Legacy which goes so fast it is hard to keep up with folding and unfolding Sectional Charts) over the ground and know exactly where I am as my auto pilot and Garmin gear does what it does best. My wife and I have had much fun visiting airports we would never have known were there without the zoom capability of the ifly700. Overall, this is a unit that is difficult to say "NO" to buying and using. The only negative in my bubble canopy is the lighting, but kept in the shade, it is more than visible at all times.

Ron Brice
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Monday, June 20, 2011
by Alton from Tahlequah OK USA 
Pros: easy to program
Cons: hard to see on a bright day
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  To much glare for use in a Bonanza, even with the hood.
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Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Best Aviation GPS Value (IMHO)
by Bruce from Rosemount, MN 

Pros: Relatively inexpensive; upgradable; intuitive operation
Cons: Wish the charts were connected - but some day....
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  This is the GPS I was looking for. Check the comments on the manufacturer's website. They're all true. This thing has all the elements combined that the others should have but don't: INEXPENSIVE, upgradable, touchscreen interface, accurate positioning, adjustable features, and soon to come, ADS-B (will need a receiver) and possibly terrain. 7 inch screen is the perfect size and with the RAM mount it fits just fine on my Archer's yoke. I highly recommend the iFLY 700 for the VFR pilot and for the IFR pilot who wants a backup.
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Friday, April 22, 2011
Best GPS I've ever owned.
by Mike from Arlington, TX 

Pros: Great Price, 7" Screen is awesome, Easy to Use, Expandability - They add new features for free.
Cons: No XM weather yet. I was informed they are adding Weather via ADS/B soon.
Review: [This review was originally written for the iFLY 700]  The iFly 700 is the best GPS and easily the best $549 I've ever bought. It's easy to use and very practical with features you will actually use. Many GPS companies have adopted computer tactics of bloating features that will never be used. Adventure Pilot pulls out the stops, they even add new features for existing owners. I've flown with mine for a few months now and just received nearly 20 new features, at no cost. Who does this, Adventure Pilot does. I researched the iFly a lot, just Google "iFly 700" or read the PIREPS on Everyone love it and it's great to see a new player that listens to pilots on the market.

The 7" touchscreen is awesome. I am spoiled to the touch interface now, I will never go back to clunky buttons. It even comes with a handy remote control for extra turbulent times. You get all the charts, airport information (even private) and unlimited updates of TFRs and Metars.

Flight planning is very easy. You can even touch and drag your route to avoid an airspace or divert to another waypoint. The give you lots of customization like instruments, alerts and warnings, even text sizing. Night mode inverts colors so I no longer get those bright window reflections. They've thought of it all. Get one, you will be glad to did.

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Previous Customer Questions For iFLY 720 Moving Map GPS for Pilots:
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On Monday, October 20, 2014 a customer asked:
What is the screen size?
A: The physical dimensions of the entire unit are 7.25" x 4.5" x 0.75" and it has a 7" Sunlight Readable LCD display.

On Tuesday, September 03, 2013 a customer asked:
Is there Data for Australia & the Pacific Rim for the iFLY 720
A: Sorry, this only includes the data for the USA.

On Wednesday, July 24, 2013 a customer asked:
I have a Cessna 152II which has a 28 volt battery system. Will the unit be able to be plugged in directly to the ship's cigarette lighter socket and how will I know which ifly plug to use?
A: Yes, the included DC power adapter works on 12 to 28 volt electrical systems.

On Friday, June 08, 2012 a customer asked:
Does the IFLY 720 track on the Instrument approach plates?
A: Yes, if you have the IFR subscription you will receive Geo-referenced approach plates that show your current position.  Both the VFR and IFR subscriptions include geo-referenced airport diagrams.

On Sunday, March 25, 2012 a customer asked:
Is the ifly 720 an international coverage?
A: No, this only has coverage for the USA.

On Monday, March 12, 2012 a customer asked:
How do you put music or movies on the I fly 720
A: The instructions for transferring media files to the iFLY can be found starting on page 30 of the iFLY GPS Owner's Manual.

On Thursday, February 09, 2012 a customer asked:
will i need a seperate cable to connect a skyradar ads-b to the 720?

You would need to connect the SkyRadar ADS-B to the iFLY 720 with a high quality USB cable (i..e. shielded with a ferrite core). But otherwise there is nothing special about about the connection.

On Tuesday, February 07, 2012 a customer asked:
Does it have current time weather radar? I thought I saw something called nexrad but couldn't find it back so I'm asking

You can download pre-flight weather into the iFLY 720 easily.  For in-flight, real-time, weather the iFLY does support ADS-B weather if you have a third-party ADS-B receiver.

Pilots without an ADS-B receiver will benefit from an enhanced downloadable weather feature called Pre-Flight Weather. This feature provides an interactive map with graphical VFR/IFR visuals and allows for touch reporting of METARS, TAFs and Winds Aloft. A user will continue to see current position, flight plan and instruments while viewing the weather mode.

The iFLY 720 includes ADS-B Weather Support for third party ADS-B devices. Pilots can now see live, real-time, Nexrad radar, METARs, TAFs, Winds Aloft and PIREPs. ADS-B provides pilots with a no-cost weather feature if they have a third party ADS-B receiver like the SkyRadar by Radenna. This new weather mode offers a simple layout with route visuals, airports, weather stations, and an interactive touch feature to pull a weather report nearest to the pilot's touch point.



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