Simple to use,position points easily logged. Small as mobile phone. Excellent portability and you always know your relative position. To save batteries remember to switch off when stationary. This greatly increases battery life to last over a couple of days. The fact that it may take up to 15 minutes to log into a new position is minor compared to getting lost. Don,t forget it is an aid and we must have a map and be prepared when adventuring into wilderness.
Compact and simple to use.I use 2 x rechargeable Nimh batteries for about 18 hrs run ti...
Great value for money if you need a basic GPS for measuring speed, distance, and elevation, or for finding your way to a particular location in featureless terrain. I use it to get to map co-ordinates, and to find my way back to certain places in the bush. I also found out that my speedo was not as accurate as I thought at higher speeds using this GPS. I would recommend this for anyone looking for a cheap basic unit.
Besides looking good, this unit is surprisingly accurate, good enough to calibrate a speedometer with. It is easy to use, with la...
Really good value for money. If all you want is a very basic unit for recording locations and finding them again it is excellent. It does not replace a compass and if you want to do more than this buy a more advanced unit.
Small, rugged, waterproof, easy to use and great for bushwalking. Backligt display very easy to read at night
Tedious to enter or edit data manually and slow to scroll through the waypoints. Trip odometer badly underestimates the distance when travelling on foot.
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