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Garmin eTrex

Latest review: I have found that the Etrex 10 is all you need in a GPS. It has all the features of the big brands without all the whistles and toots. If you take the time to set the Etrex 10 up correctly it will


Latest review: The device works well, even under the car body. I tried various locations on the vehicle, I found the accuracy to be within about 10-15 feet. This was true when located under the trunk, under the

Garmin Edge 200

Latest review: No wires is the main reason why I bought this model. The next is the easy attachment to multiple bikes (via rubber bands) as opposed to cable ties, takes less than a minute to swap it to my other

Garmin Foretrex 601

Latest review: If you are reading this you are probably in 2 minds about spending your hard earned money on this device. I highly recommend this. Very rugged and built well. If you are hiking you need this. If

Garmin Nuvi 1450T

Latest review: I owned a Tom Tom for the last 3 years until it finally died. Thought I would try a Garmin. Unit is excellent - fast GPS connection (even connects inside my house - Tom Tom did not) easy to use and

Garmin Oregon 600

Latest review: I bought this unit when the model runout sales were on, got it for half price. The Oregon 600 was to replace the GPSMap 78s which I used for marine navigation on my jetski. The 78s lasted about 3

Magellan eXplorist 110

Latest review: I also own a Garmin etrex 10, which is way more accurate in thick bush, but this is my unit of choice for urban or open-country geocaching. I love the lightning-fast download time for loading

Garmin Glo

Latest review: The product is small and light weight. Can easily carry in pocket bag etc or place in vehicle (as I have done). Product is easy to use however and is 10Hz however the 10Hz appears to only work with

Garmin Montana 680T

Latest review: This GPS is very practical with big touchscreen. It is rugged and protected so easy to use in rainy weather. The datastorage is limited and the memory needs to be emptied every so often as the

Garmin GPS 76

Latest review: Bought Garmin 76 in Feb 2012 from a Gladstone fishing store. Took to Heron Island. The unit never worked, failing during intitial start up. Returned to store via colleage in July 2012. Claimed 4

Garmin Nuvi 1490T

Latest review: I have owned one for over 3 years and as I work as a Courier in Melbourne, it has been a tool of my trade. I am on to my third unit in this time, which is still working but keeps spasmodically in car

Garmin Montana 650t

Latest review: Needed a GPS for a 8 day Adventure bike trip that was reliable, easy to install and easy to use. Very happy to have chosen this machine. I didn’t see the point in the 680 as it only offers a camera c

Garmin GPSMAP 60Cx

Latest review: One can only say that garmin's phone support is pathetic You waste hours waiting for them to answer their phone (at your expense) The system they have of protecting their map details is simply

Garmin Oregon 650

Latest review: I have owned a garmin for some years and these are terrible instruments. The computer interface is clunky and dowright hard to use. The more recent basecamp software is good but the interface to

Garmin Inreach Explorer +

Latest review: You cannot explicitly state start on X date, finish on Y. Hours only Mon-Fri business. Registration website poor, so you will be. Automatic withdrawal hard to stop. Garmin will lock IMEI on dispute,

Magellan eXplorist 310

Latest review: All the Magellan line are pieces of junk. I bought a Magellan 310 to use hunting in NSW. Now Magellan couldn't be bothered providing updates to NSW Dep of Primary Industries so the Magellan is now

Garmin GPSMap 62s

Latest review: read the instructions and thoroughly disappointed! You can not enter Latitude or Longitude! Nasty to enter any details. Can't even enter a track and get it to work. This is the worst I've ever

Garmin GPS 60

Latest review: This $950 device was like using a VIC 20 or dot matrix printer; slow, outdated and cumbersome. I paid $5.49 and got a classier faster google maps Motion X GPS iPhone

Garmin Approach G3

Latest review: Very Good for the price. I paid about $120 Aus on special. 2xA4 batteries last 2 rounds so about 9 hours. I have found it to be more accurate than other non-Garmin brands used my golfing mates. I

Garmin Foretrex 401