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OT The best and easy to use GPS

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by KooJo, Aug 27, 2008.

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  1. KooJo

    KooJo Member

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    I want to know about GPS's it will be used both in a river boat and walking, some have a radio build in. Is that option worth it. Not worry about price as I want to to buy the best, one time only. Joe Kuzma Eagle River, Alaska
    Thank you for any INFO
     
  2. 5spd

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    Garmin GPS's and dont look back, not the etrx ones but the 60cx/76 series and up.
    No radio, thats extra junk you dont need in a GPS unit.
     
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    5spd is right Garmin. My street pilot is as easy as it gets. Murray
     
  4. WarEagle2017

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    I have a magellan crossover it can be use on the water or off road and on the Highway, retails for 500 but I got mine on the net : Costco " for 229 it drops breadcrums when in the water or off road mode and has an 8 hour battery, matter of fact it is the only one with a 8 hr battery
     
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