Garmin - GPS's
Garmin® Enhanced geocaching features WAAS-enabled GPS receiver Pre-loaded with worldwide basemap Garmin’s entry-level eTrex upgrades the level of performance over previous models while maintaining an affordable price. Details like enhanced geocaching features make this unit popular for more than just finding your location. The 2.2" monochrome LCD has 128x160-pixel resolution. High-sensitivity, WAAS-enabled GPS receiver with HotFix™ acquires satellite locations quickly for fast start-up times. Unit comes pre-loaded with worldwide basemap. Connect to your computer using the USB interface. Compatible with Garmin spine-mounted accessories. Powered by two AA batteries (not included) for up to 20 hours. Dimensions: 3.9"H x 2.1"W x 1.3"D. Weight: 5 oz.
Garmin® eTrex 20 GPS Unit WAAS-enabled GPS receiver Pre-loaded with worldwide basemap Micro-SD card slot Upgrades over the eTrex 10 include the 2.2" 65K?color TFT display with 176x220-pixel resolution. Pre-loaded worldwide basemap supports Garmin custom maps and BirdsEye™ satellite imagery. Add optional mapping software via the micro-SD card slot. High-sensitivity, WAAS-enabled GPS receiver with HotFix™ quickly acquires satellite locations. Compatible with spine-mounted accessories. Connect to your computer with the USB interface. Powered by two AA batteries (not included) for up to 20 hours. Dimensions: 3.9"H x 2.1"W x 1.3"D. Weight: 5 oz.
Garmin® Oregon 450T GPS Pre-loaded topographical map database True-to-life 3-D mapping ability Barometric altimeter Rugged, waterproof touch-screen display Routable DEM basemap Wireless route exchange The world is at your fingertips with the reliable touch-screen technology of the streamlined Oregon series. This feature-loaded model includes a pre-loaded topographical map database and 3-D mapping ability and barometric altimeter. The rugged, waterproof touch screen simplifies navigation with its one-touch user interface that doesn't use any hard-to-see buttons or cursors. By shedding traditional controls, the Oregon series is extremely lightweight and simple to use. New user-friendly programming also means you don't need to be a topography expert to find your way. Digital Elevation Mapping shades map elevations, allowing users to easily pick out a real-world point-of-reference based on the altitude differences depicted on screen. The built-in Routable DEM basemap navigates you around the world. Improved, high-resolution 400x240-pixel display generates detailed map images. Wirelessly exchange routes, tracks, waypoints, geocaches and images with other GPS units. Fix your position quickly with the pinpoint accuracy of the high-sensitivity GPS receiver. The Oregon can store 1,000 waypoints, 50 routes and 10,000 track logs. Expand the unit's memory with a removable micro SD card. Displays pictures from your micro SD card with the image viewer. Download new data from your computer easily using the included USB cable. Three-axis compass. Runs on two AA batteries (NiMH or lithium batteries recommended, not included). 18-hr. run time. Dimensions: 4.4"H x 2.4"W x 1.4"D Weight: 6.8 oz.
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