The RuggedGPS watch is built to endure the toughest environments. The standard for thermal, shock and water resistance is U.S. Military standard 810G. Multiple global navigation satellite systems (GPS, Glonass and Galileo) support helps track in more challenging environments. Train with activity profiles and monitor your heart rate. Silicone is the material of the strap. Automatic data uploads to the online fitness community and smart notifications with a compatible phone are some of the things you can do to stay connected. Use the trackback feature to navigate the same route back to your starting point, and use the explore website and app to plan your trips in advance. Up to 14 days in the watch mode, up to 16 hours in the gps mode, and up to 40 hours in the Ultratrac battery saver mode.
👤I have been on a frustrating activity tracker and smart watch journey. I was looking for something that didn't seem right. I like to hunt, hike, bike, and occasionally run. An accurate altimeter, barometer, andGPS are things that are very important to me. The first thing I bought was the Fenix 3 HR. I thought I had found the one that was impressive in the beginning. The issue was the altimeter. It wasn't accurate. I waited for the Fenix 5. Same issue. It was worse than the 3. I was told to put the watch in warm soapy water. I continued to experience the same issue even after this seemed to reset it back to normal. I decided not to put my watch in a warm glass of soapy water every night. The 5 plus appeared to solve the issues. But then, garmin made a change to the Instinct. This watch has caught my eye so far. It is light and comfortable. The Fenix watches are large and heavy to wear. You forget you are wearing a watch. The features are great. It has everything I need. I don't care about some of the measurements the Fenix gives you. Some people have commented on the display. I don't agree. It would be similar to E Ink from a book. It is a pleasure to look at and readable. It is black and white. The keys are easy to use. The menus are very fast. You can use the settings to get where you want. The buttons are very good and I have not accidentally pressed one while bending my wrist. The accuracy of the ABC sensors is still being tested but so far it is looking great. I can not say enough about this watch. It seems like a great model from Garmin that will fit in with the niche hunting/outdoors market. I will give an update in a month. I have had this watch for a few weeks and have taken it on several hunting trips. I am very impressed with this watch. This watch is light and comfortable. I think I forgot how nice it is to wear a watch that you forget is attached to your wrist, because I have been wearing heavier watches over the years. I didn't like wearing my watches to bed. I would get into my wrist because it was too bulky. Tracking seems to be accurate. When you are tracking an activity, the attitude has been accurate. What I like about this watch is it is comfortable. It is lightweight and responsive. Menus and screen. The buttons arecessed to avoid Accidental Presses. I only have a few complaints and suggestions to improve the watch. When you lock the keys, you can hold any button for a short time in order tounlock the watch. The amount of time it takes to hold the button is too long. It takes about half a second for it to be unlocked currently. This is a small complaint. The screen is a proprietary material. I would like it to be a display made of sapphires. You can't tell if there is a screen protector on the face because I put one on it. The battery indicator should show a percentage as opposed to the 5 bars in a battery indicator. It would be nice if they changed that. Please ask me questions. I would be happy to answer. Over the years, I've done a lot of research on these watches and believe I have finally found the perfect watch for my needs. I've used all of the watches. This is my favorite watch. An absolutely great watch is still available. Every single day, this watch is on my wrist. It is still very comfortable. I have had a couple issues that I will address. It is a button on the watch. The watch was still under warranty. The watch was replaced quickly. They received an A+ for their customer service. I would be SOL if it had gone out after the warranty period. I think it is a one year warranty. I use this watch a lot. It is always worn. It has held up very well. I still think it is an amazing watch for the price. The lock feature on the watch is one of the issues I stated in the review. You can lock the screen. It is very easy to get it unlocked by bending your wrist and hitting a button. This could be a simple fix. The amount of time required to press a button is not a problem. It doesn't happen very often. It can be very frustrating if it does during an activity. This will be my last update. I will buy another watch whenever this one dies because it has been an amazing watch for me. I hope the watch continues to be improved. All the boxes are checked for my needs.
The handheld gps is reliable. The 2.2” sunlight-readable color display has a 480 x 320 display area. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the Topo Active maps. Tracking in more challenging environments is possible with the support of gps and GLONASS satellite systems. There is 8 gigabytes of internal memory for map downloads. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries. Up to 25 hours in the gps mode with 2 AA batteries.
👤Does not work with all brands of batteries. It can take a long time for updates. Leave the unit outside at least an hour before you use it for the best results.
👤The product is nice. Also works with Energizer batteries. It's easy to smudge with fingerprints and you should buy a Tusita protection and screen protectors.
👤My last 4 purchases have been bad, hearing aids, 1 quit, and pickup seat covers wouldn't stay on. I was buying a gps and light bar, but it was hard to figure it out, and the batteries wouldn't last long.
👤Good quality and reasonable.
👤It worked as it was supposed to.
The design is water resistant and has a button. There are roads and trails for hiking and cycling in the U.S. and Australia. Know where you are with a high-sensitivity receiver with quad helix antenna and multi-GNSS support. The gpsMAP 64sx and gpsMAP 64csx models have wireless connections. Up to 16 hours in the gps mode.
👤I used the garmin gps for my hiking trip around the Grand Canyon and other areas in Arizona. I explored the Arizona desert mountains in a Polaris RZR. I was surprised that it showed the main off road trails. It was pre-installed with the Arizona topo map. The map had all the trails I needed. After clearing the prior way point, I would mark it as a way point. Before starting a new trail, be sure to clear your previous foot tracks. I was able to find my way back to the car because of it. I left the alkaline batteries on for 14-16 hours to test them before I traveled. I set it to satellite mode to maximize battery life. The screen was at 50% brightness. Under the system settings, be sure to select the type of batteries you are using. I used Energizer batteries and they lasted longer. After using it for a few days around my home area, the user interface is straight forward. I watched a few videos to make sure I knew how to use it. I don't know why people give this device poor reviews. The buttons are nice. The screen is easy to see in the sun. A traditional compass and map is required. Be sure to know the area you are going to be in.
👤I read all the negative reviews and felt that the hand-held unit would work the same as the advertised one. After reading about the need to work through the base map and purchase additional maps for areas I frequent, I took the risk. I couldn't get the map to download. I contacted support after trying it on two different computers. I was sent a link that wouldn't open. I followed all the instructions, but was still unable to download the detailed hunting topo map I wanted. I wish I'd saved the money on the unit because I got a refund for the extra map purchase. A good old fashioned magnetic compass would help me with my purpose.
👤I have been using gps units for hiking. I liked my gps. It was easy to use. It was a dream to have file management. It was time to buy a new gps after 12 years of service. I chose the 64Csx because I wanted a state-of-the-art unit with a camera and flashlight. I had trouble getting maps from the website. I was on the phone with Tech Support for 2 hours to get the unit activated and download maps. I was very happy with the help the technician gave me. I am satisfied with the unit. There is a lot of memory to hold the topo maps. I believe it will hold 5000 waypoints, which is more than my old unit held. I don't think there is a limit on the number of tracks. It is easy to use. My old unit was easy to manage. The unit has a trip odometer, map, compass and elevation pages. The gps map 64csx has a rating of 5 stars. It must be with the software. I wanted to download maps from the gps. The gps has to be attached to the computer as an external drive to use the maps. BaseCamp's file management is not intuitive. I would give BaseCamp a low mark. I could write about it. I'm not rating BaseCamp. You can't avoid BaseCamp if they are pairs. Please update Map Source and ditch Base Camp.
Rugged construction is rated for thermal, shock, water and vibration. The 5” glove-friendly display is 50% larger than the previous model and is available with a variety of mounting options. There are multi-GNSS (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo) support. ANT+ technology, BLUETOOTH wireless networking, and a direct to device access to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery are all included in the price. You can use tracks and review trip data from the field if you are compatible with the Explore website and app.
👤The headline is a grabber line, only because you have to be the one to decide if it's worth it or not. I wouldn't dare not do my homework on an expensive item, I would read as many reviews and articles as possible. I do that on a hundred dollar item. It shouldn't take you as long as I did to make a decision on what you need or want, if you really know what you're doing. I'd read some articles comparing all the different features on a number of different gps units, especially when it comes to price. I'd ask the questions, "What do I really need and what am I willing to pay for?", if you're going to get more features with more money paid. Ok... I'm not going to go on a hike without taking a map and a compas. I know from experience that things can go wrong, and that you can get in a deep vally with a bunch of over growth and your signal runs out. I think this is the cat's meow. I'm not sure if I would use this more than my map and compass, partly because of all the things it does and partly because it's just that much fun. I'm not going to go over all of the features, but I would like to talk about some of the highlights for me. I don't think that's a deal breaker because I love the touch screen and I know it's more bulkey than the other units. It looks very bright. I downloaded the 7.5 minute maps of the west coast and they are clear enough for me. The 40 foot countour lines are the same as the topo maps I download on the website, I believe. If you get off course, the compass feature will show you by a break in the arrow line, which way you're off. Move over and get back on the line. You can also set a projected waypoint, which you can use to set a course back to it. I'm talking about having to cross a river and having to go out of your way to a bridge and then find your way back to the waypoint you set across the river before you detoured to the bridge. Base camp is a free software. You can set your map type preference, even the 7.5 minute. Then you set up your route. It's time to send it to your Montana 700i. Whatever unit you have. You can review the route you set up on Montana at the base camp. You can search for things on the unit. If you need to use a custom waypoint, you can just type your latitude and longitude over the waypoint one, and save it to your name. If you had that info, this would be great. I almost forgot about one of the most important features, which carried a lot of weight for me, deciding which unit to buy. There is an alert. It's true. They will come and rescue you if you lock into these special satalites. You need to subscribe to the serivce in order to use this feature, but I got the safety one at the cheapest price. It's somewhere around 15. A few weeks or a few months. You can get the more robust subscription, but it will cost more. You can send messages to anyone's email with this service. It could also help you without using the full blown SOS feature. They can reply back to you. It's nice that it's all on a satalite, so you don't need a modem to use it. It will work wherever your gps will work. I think that some of the user guide got a little hard to read, now and then, but for the most part it was very concise and readable. I know I probably didn't need the compass and altimiter features, but in order to get the SOS feature, you need to cough up the cash. Only a few of the higher end units have it. I'm very happy with the gps. I hope I mentioned that it is the Montana 700i. I didn't want to give away the extra "beans" for the 750 model, which has the camera as well. I hope this helps you make a decision. The man is called "MARC Trainor." ''
The HotFix satellite prediction is Sunlight-readable. It was built to resist bumps, dust, dirt and water. 850 MB of free internal memory is included with the worldwide basemap. Includes 3-axis tilt-compensated electronic compass, barometric altimeter, microSD slot, and wireless sharing between units.
👤I bought this for my son. I own a Dakota 20 and use it for hunting and hiking. I've used it in the rain, dropped it in mud and on hard pavement, and it doesn't seem to care. The unit is easy to use with one hand. The touch screen works well. I use Eveready Lithum AA batteries and they will last me through an entire day, even with the backlight being used often. I lost signal after stuffing it in my pockets in heavily wooded areas, but it comes back after I remove it from my pocket. It took less than one minute to fix the occasional freeze-up I have had, which is rare, and it was done by holding the power button down and pressing it. The scale mapping is amazing. This is worth the price. I retired from the Army after 32 years and am an avid hunter. I can use my cell phone with specific apps installed to do similar things, but my gps units are built for this and I can keep my battery fully charged if I need to use it for something important.
👤I think this one is a good one. I already have a navigation device in my car. I wanted something that was waterproof and easy to use, so I could get back to my car or campsite. It was useful to have a satellite signal where my phone dropped. This one seems to work well. It's easy to move around the menus and find what you want. Have had no issues with screen glare, can set a waypoint, clear the current track, and hit "where to" to select the saved car waypoint. You can get a free topo map online, such as gpsfiledepot.com basecamp, which is easy to use, and it will show you a compass screen with a direction arrow and distance to that waypoint. I don't use my phone's app for car navigation because I have the Nuvi unit for that, and I haven't bought the city maps from Garmin. The maps from Garmin are over priced. It would cost a lot to buy topo maps for the whole US. It's limited to a 4GB mini card of map storage. The basecamp software only allows up to the 4GB, I'm not sure why they wouldn't allow more. The downloads are only good for the specific device and are not transferrable, where as receiving the maps on the SD card, they can be moved to other devices. If you upgraded to a new device and the gps died, you'd have to buy the maps again, where as if you purchased them on the SD format you could just move the card to the new device.
👤The teeth of my two gps IIIs were growing a little long. I knew the new devices had better lock-on times and the batteries in the "III" don't last long. I wanted something lighter. I bought a Dakota 20. I bought the North America City Nav card. The directions for installing the card are included with the card. I downloaded the software. Why? It is free. I was prompted to update the Dakota's software during the process. Before you record a lot of stuff, do this. BaseCamp will import tracks from the Dakota. waypoints will be created and exported to the Dakota. I will learn more about it later. The map is very basic. I like Street Atlas. Street Atlas can import waypoints and tracks from the Dakota to a better map. The waypoint and track-files from the Dakota will be imported by expert gps. The Dakota has a small screen. If you want to mount the screen on the dash of your car, the screen is a little dim, but that is not a problem. The two AA batteries in the Dakota look like they are going to last longer than the four batteries in theGPS III. I have been playing with it for several hours and the battery icon hasn't changed. The manual leaves a lot to be desired. If you want to get up to snuff on the geek side, go to the FAQ's at: [..] then click on "On the trail", then click on "Dakota 20." There is a lot of information. You can make your own manual. It's easy to carry, easy to use, easy on batteries, and it's a great replacement for the old reliable gps III.
The BirdsEye Satellite Imagery subscription includes a premium gps handheld. A large, 3” sunlight-readable color display is easy to use. Multiple Global navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) can be used to track your travels in more challenging environments. Access to BirdsEye Satellite Imagery with direct-to-device downloads and no annual subscription is available. Up-to-date forecasts and animated weather radar are supported by expanded wireless connections. Up-to-date forecasts and animated weather radar are supported by expanded wireless connections.
👤I can't tell you how complicated this device is. I have never used one before. I am not tech literate. I wanted to get into 1 with all the hiking I have been doing. Wow, spend all this money and it is basically a brick, without spending more and using multiple programs to actually use it. The interface on this is terrible. I am beside myself trying to figure out a route or a hike trail. If you are by them. There are free topo maps and trail maps, but you have to figure out how to get it onto your gps. The gps doesn't like it when you do. Any of the above tasks are nearly impossible if you don't have a Windows or Mac computer. I plugged away on OSM for free while I was reading. Really? Is there an additional $100 to be given to Garmin to use the thing? You need to buy a trail package or use OSM to load a free one. New technology is not the same as gps. I can't understand why they haven't put a shred of intuitiveness into their software. I want a hiking gps that is not filled with garbage. It has more garbage than a 2020 cell phone.
👤This one is fun and useful. I am a hiker and also a fan of the game. It has a couple of good apps. The App Store only has one prediction for every prediction, and that is stupid. Handling and battery life are both complex. I am going to switch to batteries which you can load with the device.
👤It was refurbished. The accuracy of the gps device is questionable. The operating system is not up to date. Power up time and download speed are slow. The iPhones work better than this unit. I need more precise coords than I can get with a phone.
👤The software update shut down my gpsMAP 66st. It is locked on the software update screen and won't connect with other devices. Online reviews say that the software for the 66 series was messed up. The return label is being printed.
👤I like that you can change the batteries on your own. The function is good. Will recommend someone to buy a nice gps.
👤El gps hasta quitarle. Se reinicia y remplaza los puntos.
You only have to pay the month you use, no annual payment is required. 100% of the time, it's satellite gps. There is coverage. The SPOT Gen3 is small and lightweight. The SPOT Gen3 is small and lightweight.
👤I used this as a beacon while traveling through Death Valley. It was easy to use and allowed my family and friends to know where I was at all times. I had the feature in case of an emergency, but I didn't need it. It was easy to set up online, but it was more expensive than I thought.
The aluminum case is hand-held and keeps the gauge protected. The lanyard helps keep the altimeter portable for any hiker, backpacker, or camper. ACCURATE READINGS - The dial is adjusted so that you get the most accurate reading. The perfect pocket altimeter for hiking, camping, backpacking, or fishing. The analog altimeter is battery-free and adjusts based on the barometric pressure. The more expensive digital watch alternatives are more reliable. You can load out your weather/GPS with a Sun Company compass and thermometer. Measure altitude up to 15,000 feet with an easy-to-read scale. The barometric pressure is measured by Mercury. Keep it in your car, truck, or vehicle to keep track of altitude changes. Easy step-by-step instructions help you learn how to set and adjust your Sun Company altimeters. Easy step-by-step instructions help you learn how to set and adjust your Sun Company altimeters.
The product is certified to look and work like new. Functional testing, basic cleaning, inspection, and repackaging are included in the process. The product may arrive in a generic box with all relevant accessories. Only sellers with a high performance bar can sell Certified Refurbished products on Amazon. The display has a landscape or portrait view. ABC sensors have a compass, a barometric altimeter and a accelerometer. Ruggedized for the outdoors, it is strong against dust, dirt and humidity. It is water-rated. The activity profiles include climb, hike, hunt, bike, geocache, fish and more.
👤Great unit. Primarily used for hiking and geocaching, it fills my needs. The batteries are on par with other units. The unit has a problem with the CHIRP function. Was this a deal breaker because the unit will power off on it's own within a minute of power on? I would have expected a better due diligence on the R&D department and some reasonable testing to find issues like this. I don't think I've ever seen a chirp cache in my area. I paid for this feature and I would like to see it work. The screen dim/timeout is the second issue. The unit should be visible during daylight hours and backlit at night. In order to see the screen, you need to have the back lighting on. Again, not a deal breaker, but when caching you really need to use the screen more if you are hiking. I don't know how this affects battery life, but I'm pretty sure it will. I would have liked to know more about the useage of this unit before caching. It's similar to a smart watch in that it works with a smart phone. It doesn't replace the phone while caching and doesn't function well as a stand alone unit. You need a fully chewed phone with a full range of features to take full advantage of the Geo capabilities. I recommend this unit if the headaches don't bother you. It has a great interface and doesn't want it to look like a kids toy. It's easy to update, it's easy to use and it's easy to upload maps.
👤The Oregon 700 was not as good as I had hoped. The battery life was not advertised. The screen was hard to see in the sun. It was difficult to navigate through the menus. The on/off button was not good and you have to hope you got it right. Press it hard and hold it for a few seconds until it makes a couple of small noises to turn it off. Couldn't get a satellite signal from inside my house, but I could see a message that asked if I wanted to continue. That was done with both gps and GLONASS on. You have to buy detailed maps separately if you want to download them for free. I'm talking about the Garmin in the past tense. I returned it. I'm going to try ONX Offroad on my phone.
👤This works great for me. It's great if you get a re-chargeable battery kit, but it's better if you get a better battery. I took this out on a hike recently and was able to find a number of caches in the area, it was definitely more accurate than my phone.
👤I had a handheld unit that I wanted to upgrade. The company was not supported in the US. Went with this unit after a lot of thought. It does a great job and I use it mostly for geocaching. The unit looked brand new when it arrived.
See your surroundings with a 1-year Birdseye Satellite Imagery subscription. Montana locates its location quickly and precisely, thanks to its high-sensitivity, WAAS-enabledGPS receiver, Hotfix satellite prediction and GLONASS support. Track manager is able to organize and navigate through the track logs. CAPTURE THE MOMENT is a digital camera that has 8 megapixels and can be used for higher quality images and better resolution.
👤Preface: I just want to say that the product from Garmin is a good one with features that help navigate and rugged materials. It's like using 15 year old cellphone technology if you're using a Garmin product. It's the Blackberry that ignores innovation in key areas of user experience such as web browsing, excellent cameras, etc. I still think there's plenty of room for user experience improvement, even though that's not what the gps is supposed to do. There is a nice size screen and excellent back lighting. The combo of the powered/locking mount and the RAM mount was great. The battery life was good. It comes with cables and instructions. None of those things failed me. It doesn't come with a case, but it does have a map loading that's hesitant, and it's incongrocy zooming. I spent 18 hours in the wilderness of Washington and I swear it was 50% wrong on forest/fire service roads, and that's probably a data quality issue from the data source. It was difficult to find alternate routes with the 380T in the field because of the scrolling/zooming. In an example, I was plotted a course from forest service roads down through a campground and into the trees down a barely maintained foot trail, apparently because it connected to a road 2.5 miles away. It was a one way trip of hope and fear that I might have to figure out how to ride my bike back up a brutal path. I know I can get out of the hills on foot if I need to. This is a good unit. It feels and acts like a cellphone. Base Camp can be used to plan your back country trip so that you can have sat image as well as route. If you're a back country motorcyclist, you may be better off just using the maps on your phone. If you want to know if we can improve our HHGPS units to be even better than they are today, you should buy a SAMSUNG GALAXY S9 and pay attention to the user interface on GOOGLE EARTH.
👤The device works great, but it's not clear how to use it. I thought I would get great looking maps out of the box when I turned it on. Wrong. You have to download Basecamp, highlight the area you want detailed, and then download it to the gps device. You can only get maps in certain areas. This is free and included. It makes sense that there would be too much data to have maps of the whole USA. You just have to tell the device which areas you want. It's beyond me why the instructions, website, or support pages don't state this. It took me a lot of headaches to get to this point, but you might have read about it right away. I like it now.
👤I would give this product a good review since it was the only game in town in the late 90's. Back in the 90's, I used to own a gps navigator that was great. It's too old now. I am going to do the JMT next month and I got this unit. I went to the White mountains to check it out. I had a phone and a unit. The map was hard to read. There is no way to change the color of the track. It is green. When on trails, the topo maps have a green hue. The zoom is slow in response. The battery life is not near what they advertise. It took mine 8 hours. My phone was still working. I had to change my batteries. Come on, get with the times! One job is included in this unit for $500 or more to show you where you are going. My phone did more than that. This century, update your software. I'm sticking with my phone.
Up to 12 satellites are used by the global positioning system receiver. It calculates current and average speed, time of sunrise and sunset, and more. You can retrace your path in both directions with the automatic track log. The case runs for 18 hours on 2 AA batteries. It's compatible with optional MapSource software for download.
👤I like the etrex for it's ease of use and simplicity, but it does more than I need, so I can get all that I need on 2 pages. When I hike with other people who also have gps navigators, we get different distance traveled numbers. I don't know if there is some "free wheeling" that occurs until the signal is strong again, because I know in some cases I get a "weak signal" warning. It doesn't take much to get a weak signal warning, something I wouldn't expect from a satellite based device. I still like the unit, but I wish it was more robust.
👤After several years of using the eTrex, I upgraded to a more richly-featured unit from another manufacturer, probably because it was available as a Gold Box offer. The good old eTrex is still being used. The people who designed it were interested in the ball. It can be operated with one hand, it is smaller, and it has a sparse visual display, making it a better alternative to the other unit. The display size offered in a hand-held unit is what I want, and this last element is not desirable in an auto navigation system. The uses of a small-package gps system expand with experience. I decided to row a boat between points in the Sound. The currents were variable in direction and speed and I was always at my back. I always had an arrow pointing me in the right direction when I put the eTrex on the bench. The Underground in London was not operating due to a strike. It was difficult to get a cab. I decided to walk back a mile to the hotel after the theater because I only know what the pattern is with eTrex. Left car in large parking lot came back later with no idea where it was, just backtrack with eTrex. The same story follows poorly marked trails in the woods - get to destination, a bit tired, head back and find confusing trail branches that were not noticed on the way out - eTrex marked path prevents wrong decisions. Cab drivers should be honest in strange cities. My first experience with the gps was with eTrex, and I keep returning to it. It doesn't have the sensitivity of more expensive units, it will take longer to lock on position if one has moved hundreds of miles since last use, and sometimes will fail to acquire signal under dense forest canopy or streets surrounded by tall buildings. In my experience, the disadvantages are not worth it because of its low cost, compact package and outstanding design. For the dollar, the most fun, rewarding, and useful thing I have ever bought, and I have purchased quite a few of them.
👤I bought this unit for my ATV and it is the best. I picked up a mounting unit for the quad at Amazon. It's not like a TOM TOM or a MagellenGPS, but it will leave you a trail back to where you started, and you can save your spots so you can go back again. It tells you the best times to hunt and fish from where you are and when the sun will rise and set so you know when to turn back. I bought it. It has worked out perfect for me because I would not get lost. Also tells you what you need to know. You are going much faster. It takes a little while to get the sattelights, but after that it turns on fast. If you go out, take an extra set of batteries. It remembers where you are. If you get lost, you will be happy to have this unit to get you back. You don't want to land up there with no food or warm weather. This is a must have for me because I am not a survival kind of guy. I hope this was helpful.
Gps for hiking backpacking products from Garmin. In this article about gps for hiking backpacking you can see why people choose the product. Amazon Renewed and Global Star are also good brands to look for when you are finding gps for hiking backpacking.
Garmin, Amazon Renewed and Global Star are some of the best brands that chosen by people for gps for hiking backpacking. Find the detail in this article.