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81. Magellan RoadMate 500 GPS Auto
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82. Garmin Deluxe Carrying Case for
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83. Garmin Foretrex 101 Bundle with
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84. PHAROS PXT13 Cf/PCMCIA Adapter
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85. Magellan RoadMate GPS Windshield
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86. Garmin GPSMAP 162 Chartplotter
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87. Humminbird Piranha Max 15 Dual
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88. Magellan RoadMate 500 Plus GPS
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89. Bushnell DNS Pro Handheld Digital
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90. Pharos PKCAN032 Pocket GPS Navigator
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91. Garmin MapSource Trip and Waypoint
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92. Garmin Auto Mounting Bracket for
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93. Pharos CompactFlash GPS Receiver
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95. Garmin 010-00327-01 Garmin 172C
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100. Garmin GPS 60 1 MB Handheld GPS

81. Magellan RoadMate 500 GPS Auto Navigation System
list price: $1,199.99
our price: $859.99
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Asin: B0000DJEIT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 3904
Average Customer Review: 4.13 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Imagine having a personal assistant in your car, guiding you turn by turn, with a friendly voice and visual signals, even when you don't know the address. That's exactly what you get with the Magellan RoadMate 500 portable GPS auto navigation system. The unit comes with an extremely detailed map of the United States and major metropolitan areas of Canada on CD-ROM, from which you can select and load different 100 MB regions to the included memory card when making excursions to different areas.

Lightweight and truly portable, the RoadMate 500 goes wherever you go, from your personal vehicle to your business car, to your RV. Built on the same Magellan technology found in the Hertz NeverLost system (proven and road-tested by over 4 million drivers), the RoadMate 500 makes your driving adventure easier and more enjoyable. The unit has access to over 2 million points of interest, making it a cinch to find your destination. Search by name or category for gas stations, restaurants, hotels, sights, amusements, and more, whether you're driving cross-country or to an unfamiliar address across town.

Dynamic turn-by-turn guidance with TrueView 3D navigation and friendly voice prompting indicates when to make your next turn. The voice prompt tells you when to turn and you can confirm the direction at a glance. There's no need to watch the screen. The RoadMate 500 finds your location and the map continues to move with you by tracking up to 12 GPS satellites simultaneously. Assisted by the Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS), the RoadMate is accurate to within three meters or better.

You can select your route from one of four ways: by shortest time (an advanced algorithm calculates your route using shortest distance and speed-limit factors), by shortest distance (determines your best route by the shortest distance traveled), by the least use of freeways (calculates your route through city and side streets, letting you stay off highways when possible), or by most use of freeways (provides directions over freeways, highways, and interstates).You get three guidance screens: True View (shows a detailed view of actual road layout), Map View (a bright, high-resolution display with bold, easy-to read icons and text; choose your favorite from nine different color combinations), and Maneuver List (which details when and where to expect turns along your route). Want to avoid a certain road or maneuver? Simply press a "route exclusion" button, the Magellan RoadMate 500 will find another route. It also automatically calculates a new route when you decide to take a detour because of heavy traffic or a closed road.QuickSpell intelligently sorts, searches, and checks spelling for rapid address entry with minimal keystrokes, accelerating your data entry by matching letters to available destinations. Store up to 100 personal or business destinations per user for a total of 300 addresses. Each user can even personally select their top three destinations to keep them handy.Instant Locate provides information about your present location so you can easily direct emergency services and roadside assistance. Best of all, the unit turns on when you start your car. Just turn it on and go.

What's in the Box
RoadMate GPS, 4 CD-ROM map discs, a 128 MB Magellan-authorized CompactFlash memory card, a vent mount, a 110V AC power adapter, a DC vehicle power adapter, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Built in technologies used in the Hertz NeverLost system
  • Ultra-portable design allows frequent travelers to use Magellan RoadMate between cars and in any city
  • Full Color advanced display visible in sunlight and dark interiors
  • Includes map CD-ROMS for the United States and most of Canada
  • Dynamic turn-by-turn directions with voice prompts before each turn. Clearly see your next turn with TrueView 3D Navigation

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars New King of the Hill !!
The Magellan Roadmate, quite simply, is currently the best auto gps available. I own the 700 (not yet available on this site, but available at Best Buy, along with the 500). Difference between the 500 and 700 is the 500 stores maps on compact flash cards (a 128 mb included w/ the 500) and the 700 has all of US and Canada built in on an internal 10 gig hard drive. Amazon currently advertises the 700 as having a 5 gig drive. They're wrong). Units are identical beyond that. The mapping is incredibly accurate, user friendly and intuitive. Voice prompts are clear and pleasant to listen to (male, female, or no voice user selectable). Screen (4") is clear, high resolution, and readable in all conditions, including bright sunlight. Like most recent units, the Roadmate will automatically re-calculate your route if you stray. Unlike other units, however, the Roadmate does it with amazing speed and accuracy. Because this is a WAAS enabled unit, it's accurate to within 12 feet of your position on the earth. I live in a spread-out, country part of Maryland, and this unit shows the detail of my dead end cul-de-sac!!

I could go on and on about the unique features of this product, but I'll save some bandwidth and just say it's well worth the price. It's world's beyond the competition from Garmin (except for their new 2610, which is a very nice unit, but is not WAAS enabled and some say the mapping database is not as good) and the other major players.

BTW, I'm a private pilot and I understand and have lots of experience with GPS.

Edit 12/5/03: I am still thrilled with this unit after daily usage. Amazing how accurate it is, even in congested and confusing Washington DC during rush hour. I'm convinced that the WAAS feature on GPS auto units is real important in the inner cities.

My first complaint: While the vent mount that comes with the unit is OK, Magellan should supply every conceivable other type of mount with a unit in this price range. I obtained, free of charge, their "gooseneck" suction cup windshield mount, and it is excellent. Should buyers have to pay extra for this? I don't think so. Their "beenbag" mount is also due out shortly. These can be handy when switching cars a lot. Garmin ships with multiple mounts. So should Magellan. I've forwarded my opinion to Magellan's marketing dept. That being said, my 5 star rating remains, as this product is really superb.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Auto Navigation System
The roadmate 500 (and it's larger brother the 700) are the cream of the crop when it comes to economical auto navigation systems. Make not mistake about it, this is NOT a general purpose GPS. The roadmate does one thing and one thing only -- it helps you navigate your auto. To start up, you download the area of interest into the device. It comes with a 128mb compact flash card and you can buy additional cards if you so desire. Areas are typically things like an entire state or for large states like California, "Norther California". From there, you just tell it where you want to go with it's excellent on screen keyboard or select a location by name from it's points of interest database. The POI database contains restaurants, malls, hotels, and other things of interest to travellers, but you won't find the nearest chair store -- it's not a complete yellowpages. You can specify an exact street address or a street and cross street. From there, you just follow the directions. The screen is large and bright, but there's no need to look at it while driving. The voice prompts are excellent. You are warned when you are approaching a turn or freeway entrance/exit and you are told if it's left or right. When I drive to my home, the it tells me "approaching destination on your left" and then "you have arrived". If I were to stop the car exactly when it told me, I'd literally be staring out the window at my front door. It's locations are precise. This precision speaks to the quality of the built-in database. Another lovable thing about the voice prompts is when it knows you have a complex maneuver coming up and warns you "approaching right turn followed by a freeway entrance on your left". The voice navigation is almost as good as a real human copilot. Overall, a great product that excels at it's intended usage. If you've used general purpose GPS's hooked to laptops for auto-navigation, this is a whole new experience in terms of quality and sophistication.

2-0 out of 5 stars Initial Set up
The unit requires registration and an authorization number from the manufacture before maps can be loaded into the compact flash card. This requires determining the CF card ID when registering. Instructions for this procedure are very poor and navigating Magellan's web site is tricky at best. If you enter the CF ID incorrectly, you cannot store any maps in the unit even if you are provided an authorization code for the CF card. Beware!

1-0 out of 5 stars No Customer Service
Received my 500 the other night. Also bought a 1 GB compact flash card.

Started to install maps on PC, turns out CD #4 scratched pretty badly, so maps won't install. Called Magellan support, told to send them a fax with receipt and that they would get the CDs out to me. Emphasized that I really needed the maps for a trip and asked if I could receive a tracking number. Was told to call back next morning. Called 3 times starting the next morning (20 plus mins wait each time) and sent a fax - no response to any. Spoke to another rep whowas UNABLE to get my information - said I had to talk to the original support rep - what? They don't have a system where they log this stuff?

I also sent an email through their website - you know one of those 24 hour response promises? Well, it has been 72 hours and nothing.

Also went online to "unlock" the 1 GB compactflash. Lets see.. an option for 256MB, one for 512MB, but nothing for 1GB. A guy from support tells me to select 512MB.. what, would adding one more option to the website kill them?

Just truly inexcusable level of support for a product this pricey. There are better options - I suggest you check them out. This is going back.

4-0 out of 5 stars Can't travel without it
My wife and I drove to L.A. with this RoadMate 500. It helped us so much in several ways.

1) We felt it took shorter time than before because we never needed to slow down for looking up highway exits.
2) We were never worried exiting to thew wrong street. The device always instructed us to go back to the right route.
3) We drove like the L.A. local people. Many times, we used the local roads when there were heavy traffic in the highways.

Two only complaints are
1) the device crashed twice in the trip, we lost all the addresses and settings, big deal! We just re-entered the address and it works again.
2) since roadmate is not powered by batteries, it is not meant to be portable at all. I wish Magellan offered a fix mounted solution. We had to unmount it everytime we parked because we don't want people to break in our car.

Overall, it is stress killer. We so enjoyed the whole trip with it. I highly recommend it. ... Read more


82. Garmin Deluxe Carrying Case for StreetPilot and GPSMap 176 GPS Systems
list price: $31.99
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Asin: B00005UK9P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 1746
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Attractive carrying case for Garmin GPS systems
  • Protects GPS receiver from scratches, scrapes, and bumps
  • Holds GPS, mounting bracket, batteries, and data cards
  • Includes storage area for extra data cartridges
  • Designed for Garmin StreetPilot and GPSMap 176 systems

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Good news & bad news
I wish I had read the reviews here before following the manufacturer's claim, which was reprinted in the product description on Amazon. The good news is that it's well made. The bad news is that, contrary to the claim that it holds all your GPS cables, brackets, and the unit itself, it's only good for carrying or storing the GPS unit itself. Also, the price is excessive considering that it doesn't do as claimed. Do yourself a favor - and spare yourself some disappointment while saving some money - take your GPS to an electonics store (CompUSA, Best Buy, etc.) and buy a good padded camera bag which will hold everything for about 2/3 the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars A Carrying Case with No Room To Carry Things
In the writeup for the Garmin carrying case it says that it has room for the StreetPilot series GPS as well as the necessary cables. I was shocked at how small this case was when received. I can fit the GPS unit in it but not all the cables and the ones I could get in I had to cram into it. If you are looking for a carrying case that will carry all the components of the streetpilot GPS this is not it.

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice, but could be bigger
I bought the carrying case to use with the Garmin Street Pilot Deluxe package. With the case you can snugly fit the Garmin Street Pilot unit alone. However, when trying to also put it the cigarette adapter/speaker, both don't fit without having the zipper on top partially opened. Also, don't even consider trying to store the bean bag mount in the case.

I do like the fact that the bottom of the case has a protective cushion so the unit can be stored face down.

I think it would be nice if they had another sized bag -- one which can store the unit, adapter cable, plus the bean bag mount all together. This would be the ideal size for those who want to carry the unit and all the accessories at once. ... Read more


83. Garmin Foretrex 101 Bundle with Bike Mount
list price: $129.99
our price: $129.99
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Asin: B0002VQ3TY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 7031
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Product Description

Garmin ForeTrex 101 with Bike Mount ... Read more

Features

  • Storage for 500 waypoints and 10,000 trackpoints; accurate to within 15 meters in GPS mode
  • TracBack technology creates electronic "breadcrumb" trail for returning to campsite
  • Includes bike mount for off-road riders; runs on 2 AAA batteries; 1-year warranty
  • Waterproof, wrist-mounted GPS navigator for hikers, mountain bikers, and marine enthusiasts
  • Simple, hands-free operation with dedicated GoTo, Page, Enter/Mark, Up, Down, and Power buttons

84. PHAROS PXT13 Cf/PCMCIA Adapter for GPS-360 Compatible with Microsoft Gps Locator
list price: $49.95
our price: $49.39
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Asin: B000652LU6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 19802
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Go from in-car to the outdoors. Use the Pharos CF/PCMCIA Adapter to turn your GPS-360 into a portable, handheld GPS Receiver.This product is made to work with the Microsoft Streets & Trips 2005 GPS Locator and any Notebook or Pocket PC with a CF or PCMCIA Slot!

  • Compatible with Microsoft Streets & Trips 2005 with GPS Locator
  • Use with any Notebook or Pocket PCs with a CF or PCMCIA Slot
  • Improves Portability of the convertible GPS-360 receiver for outdoor use
  • Includes: CompactFlash Adapter, CF to PCMCIA Adapter, and Extension Cable
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Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars It works
Great product to utilize your Microsoft GPS unit into a compact flash slot or your PC slot on a laptop.
Comes with extension cord to attach to a window if the unit isn't in direct view of the sky.
Product works perfectly, would recommend to anyone trying to use this with a Pocket PC ... Read more


85. Magellan RoadMate GPS Windshield Mount
list price: $49.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B000196EO6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 2660
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Features

  • Attaches your Magellan RoadMate to the interior of your windshield
  • Holds the RoadMate firmly in place just above the dashboard
  • Fully adjustable arm enables you to position your RoadMate at just the right distance and angle for convenient viewing and operation
  • Reliable suction grip
  • You can quickly detach and secure the mount when transferring your unit from one vehicle to another

86. Garmin GPSMAP 162 Chartplotter
list price: $458.50
our price: $334.99
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Asin: B00005B8MG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 13370
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

About the size of a small, flat calculator, the mountable Garmin GPSMAP162 is a 12-parallel-channel, WAAS-enabled global positioning system receiverthat will go anywhere. Even with its compact style, this GPS unit boasts anespecially large display for showing more map data and the same power you'vecome to expect from Garmin GPS receiver--even while operating for up to 16 hourson two AA batteries.

The GPSMAP 162 features 500 waypoints (10 nearest, 10 proximity), 20 reversibleroutes with up to 30 points each, and an automatic track log. It is alsocompatible with Garmin's line of downloadable MapSource CD-ROMs and will store2.5 MB of downloaded map detail.

Always know just where you're going with preloaded maps on rivers, lakes,worldwide cities, navaids, tide data. With a detailed base map, users also havethe ability to look up address and telephone number information for nearbyservices and points of interest as well as find map detail for cities, highways,and interstates.

This quality Garmin product comes with a one-year limitedwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • GPS 162 chart-plotting receiver
  • WAAS enabled
  • 500 waypoints
  • 20 reversible routes with up to 30 points each
  • Built-in base map; 2.5 MB memory for downloading data from optional Garmin MapSource CD-ROMs

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best buy in a fixed mount, charting GPS
Plotting and map availability have really come of age in this unit. Like all of Garmin's products the 162 is user friendly and menu driven. Newer units are WAAS acurate and come with a PC interface cable. All functions can be reached in a couple of button hits. There are several pages, map, position and navigation. Each has its own menu, a second swipe of the menu button brings you to the main menu. Anyone familiar with a windows computer will be able to use it almost immediately. Garmin has also added a nifty tide predictor and almanac feature. The alphanumeric waypoint naming feature is also a plus.

The 162 comes in two versions, one with an internal antenna for boats without tops (or just a bimini) which saves you from mounting the antenna, and one with a more traditional mushroom antenna for hard tops or t-tops.

The CD-ROM map includes all of the US and allows you pick and choose your area of coverage. It lacks the depth feature and hyper accuracy of Garmin's new, top of the line, blue chip models. But that's a price feature.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best in its price range.
I bought this unit after narrowing my choices down to it and the ... Standard Horizon. I went with the Garmin because of it's increased upgradability. Garmin continually updates the firmware packages for its GPS units. For instance, this unit came out before WAAS was available, but a simple, and free, download from the Garmin website added WAAS capability in a matter of minutes using the supplied AC/PC adapter. And, most importantly, Blue Chart map detail is now available in MapSource CD ROM form. This is the best map data available today (as detailed as any paper chart), and with the MapSource system, you can transfer as much or as little data as you need to your GPS. The BlueChart CD ROM adds immeasurably to this product. Negatives: the addition of the BlueChart detail slows the redraw times of the screen considerably. Also, the one area where the Standard Horizon outshines it is in screen clarity, but this unit is good enough in that respect to still come out on top, in my opinion. A solid 4 out of 5 stars. ... Read more


87. Humminbird Piranha Max 15 Dual Beam Fishfinder with Temperature
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B0001N48RW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Humminbird
Sales Rank: 11119
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Features

  • High definition 160V x 132h LCD
  • 60° dual beam sonar covers wider area with better bottom definition and water temperature included
  • True 4-level grayscale delivers clearly better image of bottom, fish and structure
  • Easy one-touch control accesses a full set of advanced features
  • Ultra-compact size mounts almost anywhere

88. Magellan RoadMate 500 Plus GPS Auto Navigation System
list price: $1,299.99
our price: $899.99
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Asin: B0001O2594
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Magellan
Sales Rank: 15550
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Imagine having a personal assistant in your car, guiding you turn byturn, with a friendly voice and visual signals, even when you don't knowthe address. That's exactly what you get with the Magellan RoadMate 500Plus portable GPS auto navigation system. The unit comes with anextremely detailed map of the United States and major metropolitan areasof Canada on CD-ROM, from which you can select and load differentregions to the included 256 MB memory card. With the RoadMate 500 Plus,you can download details for as many areas as the card will store,letting you pick and chose from regions that interest you (the RoadMate500 limits you to 100 MB at a time).

Lightweight and truly portable, the RoadMate 500 Plus goes wherever yougo, from your personal vehicle to your business car, to your RV. Builton the same Magellan technology found in the Hertz NeverLost system(proven and road-tested by over 4 million drivers), the RoadMate 500Plus makes your driving adventure easier and more enjoyable. The unithas access to over 2 million points of interest, making it a cinch tofind your destination. Search by name or category for gas stations,restaurants, hotels, sights, amusements, and more, whether you'redriving cross-country or to an unfamiliar address across town.

Dynamic turn-by-turn guidance with TrueView 3D navigation and friendlyvoice prompting indicates when to make your next turn. The voice prompttells you when to turn and you can confirm the direction at a glance.There's no need to watch the screen. The RoadMate 500 Plus finds yourlocation and the map continues to move with you by tracking up to 12 GPSsatellites simultaneously. Assisted by the Wide Area Augmentation System(WAAS) and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS),the RoadMate is accurate to within three meters or better.

You can select your route from one of four ways: by shortest time (anadvanced algorithm calculates your route using shortest distance andspeed-limit factors), by shortest distance (determines your best routeby the shortest distance traveled), by the least use of freeways(calculates your route through city and side streets, letting you stayoff highways when possible), or by most use of freeways (providesdirections over freeways, highways, and interstates).You get three guidance screens: True View (shows a detailed view ofactual road layout), Map View (a bright, high-resolution display withbold, easy-to read icons and text; choose your favorite from ninedifferent color combinations), and Maneuver List (which details when andwhere to expect turns along your route). Want to avoid a certain road ormaneuver? Simply press a "route exclusion" button, the Magellan RoadMate500 Plus will find another route. It also automatically calculates a newroute when you decide to take a detour because of heavy traffic or aclosed road.QuickSpell intelligently sorts, searches, and checks spelling for rapidaddress entry with minimal keystrokes, accelerating your data entry bymatching letters to available destinations. Store up to 100 personal orbusiness destinations per user for a total of 300 addresses. Each usercan even personally select their top three destinations to keep them handy.Instant Locate provides information about your present location so youcan easily direct emergency services and roadside assistance. Best ofall, the unit turns on when you start your car. Just turn it on and go.

What's in the Box
RoadMate GPS, 4 CD-ROM map discs, a 256 MB Magellan-authorizedCompactFlash memory card, a windshield mount, a 110V AC power adapter, aDC vehicle power adapter, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Auto navigation system that's ready to go, right out of the box--no wires to hook up or cards to plug in
  • Turn-by-turn guidance with voice prompting helps you find your way, even when you make wrong turns
  • Full-color screen automatically adjusts to the light conditions for easy viewing day or night
  • Includes with 2 million points of interest across the contiguous United States and Canada
  • Includes detailed map of U.S. and major Canadian areas on 4 CD-ROMs; download specific areas to supplied 256 MB CompactFlash card

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great product with a few shortfalls
This product is great but has a few shortfalls:

PROS:

* Clear precise voice prompts
* Large, clear display
* Excelent mapping and on-screen drawing of maps
* Quick routing and re-routing
* Night display mode is great

CONS:

* No EXIT numbers for Freeway exits
* No sub-categorization - say if you select a restaurant, it doesn't sub-categorize into types of restaurants, which the GARMIN does very well. Same goes for other categories.
* Couldn't find shopping centers like Best Buy or Home Depot
* The auto-contrast and auto-brightness doesn't seem to work too well, at night the display is too bright for comfort and you need to manually dim it
* Couldn't even find Showcase Cinema using POI
* Map is backdated - even my 2 yr old GARMIN seemed to have a more updated POI

Customer Support is awefull by the way!

5-0 out of 5 stars Dare to Dream!!
This product was excellant. I have used it for 4 months now and find very little at fault with it. I use the 500 for work and usully put in over 20 addresses a day, it always gets me there! It takes a little time to learn but it is like any other electronic device; to use it properly you must READ THE MANUAL. don't listen to the negative reviews of people who couldn't get it to work right because they were to impatient to read the manual.

1-0 out of 5 stars DO NOT BUY THIS ITEM! FREEZES COMPUTER! RETURNED!
*****(btw, the person above who posted "don't listen to the negative reviews of people who couldn't get it to work right because they were to impatient to read the manual" has no idea what he is talking about. I am a computer geek, and my problems had NOTHING to do with impatience or not reading the manual!!!! My software simply "stopped responding" while trying to load up the maps!!!! I spent 2 days trying to get this thing to work!!! The software is buggy beyond belief! BE WARNED!)*****

I bought this item the other day, because I thought "What a good deal! you get the windshield mount and a 256MB card!!" Then 1 day letter I returned it! There are MANY positives...but they dont matter in the least bit if your machine DOESNT WORK!

NEGATIVES:
1) BUGGY SOFTWARE FREEZES: The software that comes with the Roadmate 500 to load on the maps is BUGGY to say the least! Everytime I tried to load the maps in my region, It would get about half way done, then just freeze up. Then Id have to restore the corrupt card, and start again. I NEVER sucessfully downloaded the maps, and therfor I had to return the item. And this is on a BRAND NEW Pentium 4 Dell Desktop that WELL exceeds all of the system specs.
2) LIMITED AMOUNT OF MAP DATA: It is VERY decieving in that they tell you "You get 4 CD-ROMS with ALL maps from the US an and CANADA!! Just upload your maps and you're ready to go!!!" But what they DONT tell you is that you have 45 days to decide which regions you want, and then after 45 days your card locks up and THATS IT!! You can no longer download maps from the CD-ROMS unless you want to shell out more cash. This wouldn't be so bad, except for the fact that I live in NJ and I was UNABLE to fir all of NJ, NY, CT, and PA on the 256MB cards...and I travle to ALL of these states from time to time. This is NOT fair! I spend almost $900 and I cant even transfer additional maps after 45 days??? This is GREEDY to say the least!!!
3) CARD NOT BIG ENOUGH: The 256MB card DOES NOT hold that much data! Dont expect to hold more then 2-4 states on the card. But since the map of the US is broken down into "regions" you might be able to fit only 1/2 of one particular state and not the rest because it is in a different region and your card is full. YES...THATS RIGHT...Some states are split between 2 or more regions!!
4) LOOSE AC ADAPTOR: The AC adaptor is VERY loose and may slip out and cause it to shut off randomly.
5) NO PLASTIC COVOR ON SCREEN: Ok, not to be petty...but when I buy an electronic device with a nice color screen, I LOVE to peel off that nice sheet of adhesive plastic that protects the screen from scratches. The Magellin Roadmate 500 DOES NOT have that on its screen, and I mean, without it...it just doesn't feel NEW!

POSITIVES:
1) NICE SCREEN: The screen looks great...nice and bright!
2) GREAT SATILLITE RECEPTION: This machine will locate a satillite in as little as 1 minute and no more then 4 minutes. Thats not too bad. And once it finds it it LOCKS on!
3) GOOD VOICE PROMPT: Both the woman and the man sound very pleasent.

In conclusion, DO NOT BUY THE MAGELLAN 500 PLUS! If you are springing for this item, go the extra $150 and Buy the MAGELLAN 700! It has a 10 gigabyte hard drive in it with ALL of the maps from the US and CANADA already in there. It is "plug and play" which means you take it out of the bos, stick it to your car's windshield, turn it on, and DRIVE! No computer needed, no hassles, no computer crashes!

DO NOT BUY THIS ITEM!!! PERIOD! GET THE MAGELLAN 700!!!

Have a nice day :)

-BRAD ... Read more


89. Bushnell DNS Pro Handheld Digital Compass (Model 70-0101)

our price: $99.95
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Asin: B000093IK7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 8322
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Amazon.com Product Description

The advanced technology of the handheld Bushnell DNS Pro allows quick, easy access to essential information in one compact package. Wherever you go, the DNS (Digital Navigation System) provides the most accurate location information at your fingertips. All Bushnell models features an alarm clock with snooze function, calendar, thermometer, and compass with cardinal points. The DNS Pro also features a barometer, altimeter, and weather forecasting functionality. It's protected by a rugged rubber-armored, 100-percent waterproof housing and has a large, backlit LCD monitor.Weather Forecasting Function
The DNS Pro's barometer is a tool that measures how heavy the air is, which helps to determine movement of weather pattern. For instance, a rising barometer means that the air is becoming more stable (and nicer) and a falling barometer means the air is becoming less stable (stormier). The DNS Pro is designed to forecast the weather up to 24 hours in advance.

The DNS Pro takes barometric pressure every hour and compares current pressure with the previous one to trace the change. If pressure keeps rising or falling for more than 3 hours, weather condition will be changed relative to the change in pressure. The weather forecast is calculated from the change in pressure per time period.

Power
The DNS Pro is powered by 2 AAA batteries. It is designed for continuous use and batteries will last over one year with regular usage. Heavy use of the alarms, light, or compass will shorten battery life. ... Read more

Features

  • Full-featured, palm-sized digital compass
  • Features a barometer, altimeter and weather forecasting capability
  • Waterproof, housing; rubberized edges for excellent grip
  • 4 time alarms
  • Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast

90. Pharos PKCAN032 Pocket GPS Navigator iPAQ 2200/3800/3900/4100/5000 Series US Maps plus Car Charger
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B00022EZ66
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 19691
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91. Garmin MapSource Trip and Waypoint Manager Software
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001KFLOY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 7155
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Product Description

This product is a low cost solution for you to simply transfer waypoints, routes and tracks between your Garmin GPS and PC. Included in Trip and Waypoint manager is a general worldwide basemap providing basic cartography including: interstates, highways, motorways, cities, oceans and various other background features for general reference. This product does not include any detailed maps for download to Garmin GPS units. Trip and Waypoint Manager is an excellent basic tool for you to manage or archive waypoints, routes and tracks for later use. This product is compatible with nearly all Garmin GPS units, excluding the iQue 3600. ... Read more

Features

  • Manages trip and waypoint data flow between your GPS device and PC
  • Plan your trip at home and transfer the data to your device
  • Perfect for backing up waypoints, routes and tracks
  • General worldwide database provides basic reference details

92. Garmin Auto Mounting Bracket for eTrex
list price: $31.99
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Asin: B00005UK9T
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 1659
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Restraint System for your GPS Product
  • Keeps Unit Secure
  • Mount Swivels & Tilts, So It Can Be Adjusted to the Best Viewing Angle
  • Works with eTrex, eTrex Camo, eTrex Summit, eTrex Venture, eTrex Legend and eTrex Vista

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works fine with my Legend
Echoing a previous reviewer: it IS compatible with Garmin's eTrex Legend!!! My only complaint is that the GPS unit seems to sit higher on the dash than necessary when using this mounting device, potentially affecting driver visibility.

4-0 out of 5 stars Works just fine with the Legend.
I had no difficulty mounting my eTrex Legend to my dash with this unit. It seems reasonably secure. I just wish Garmin's accesories were not so expensive.

1-0 out of 5 stars doesn't fit
I bought this and the etrex legend but the legend does not fit into this model. It looks like a fine product but not for this shape etrex. ... Read more


93. Pharos CompactFlash GPS Receiver
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B0000YKACO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 10140
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94. Brunton Multi-Navigator MNS GPS with Neoprene Carrying Case
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B000059H0P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brunton
Sales Rank: 30035
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

You can find less expensive GPS units than Brunton's Multi-Navigation System GPS, but you won't find another that offers as many functions. In addition to its Global Positioning System (GPS), the unit features a barometer, an altimeter, and a compass. It's also a rugged, expedition-quality device that's waterproof and will function accurately in temperatures ranging from minus 13 degrees to 158 degrees.

It's not a beginner's tool. There's no built-in map, so your coordinates are displayed in latitude and longitude. If you're unfamiliar with using this system to find your position, an extra source such as the Compass & Map Navigator book (recommended by Brunton) will quickly teach you how to find your location by using the GPS and a map. You can also pick up the optional PC cable, which lets you hook up the Multi-Navigator to a PC and download waypoints and routes from the included Global Map Planner software.

Finding your latitude and longitude is only one way to use the Multi-Navigator. It's easy to set waypoints--simply save and label locations with names such as "car" and "cabin." You can then use the Multi-Navigator to lead you to that waypoint by pointing in the direction of the location with its internal compass and displaying the distance in miles.

To test it, we wandered out into the fog-enshrouded trails of a nearby state park until we were thoroughly turned around. We were then able to use the Multi-Navigator to easily find our way back. Its distance and direction are as the crow flies, so there were a few turns and twists, but it kept us pointed in the right direction.

The Multi-Navigator's barometer is able to provide a rough forecast for the upcoming 12 hours, offering predictions such as Sunny, Partly Cloudy, and Storm Warning. Although not as precise as our local meteorologist, the Navigator did accurately predict clouds moving into our area. (Brunton recommends staying in the same location for at least six hours for the most accurate weather report.)

The Multi-Navigator also features an altimeter, accurate to within three feet, which aids in the waypoint settings (the Navigator included the distance we'd have to travel up or down to reach our desired waypoint).

Numerous other features--such as time, date, temperature, and sunrise and sunset times for location--round out the Navigator's comprehensive set of navigation features. If you need a rugged, high-quality aid for your global expedition, or if you just routinely get lost in the woods, the Multi-Navigator is worth consideration. --J. Curtis

Pros:

  • Multiple, accurate functionality
  • Runs off only 2 AAs
  • Rugged

Cons:

  • No innate mapping capabilities
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Features

  • 12-channel expedition-quality GPS unit with barometer, altimeter, and digital compass
  • Operates at extreme temperatures and up to 2 weeks on 2 AA batteries
  • Record 10 routes with 1,000 waypoints
  • Barometer displays 24-hour pressure history, 12-hour weather forecast
  • Altimeter records high/low altitudes visited; accurate to 3 feet; includes serial PC interface

Reviews (9)

5-0 out of 5 stars What's with the Amazon Price
How is it that Amazon, who claims to have lowest prices, is selling this GPS for $399.00, when Brunton, the manufacturer, has a suggested retail of $359.00?! I've seen this unit listed at $299.00 else where, and that includes shipping. Try Kooters.com

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice
I've owned my unit for about a year now and I have to say that this is definitely a tool not a toy. This unit does nothing to diminish Brunton's excellent reputation. They've recently released a more user friendly GPS unit with more bells and whistles to more directly compete with the Garmin units, but there are still solid reasons why you should consider using this unit.

The altimeter, barometer and so forth work well enough. The compass feature also works well, although I usually use a handheld in the field also. The unit is also quite rugged, definitely more rugged than most of the competitors out there. It is also become reasonably priced; you should be able to buy a unit for considerably less than the $399 retail price if you search long enough.

My only complaints: ease of use. I like the fact that the screen is backlight and easy to read, but the buttons are awkwardly labeled and learning the nuances of this machine can take some time. The owner's manual could also be a little better in terms of actually providing you with scenarios on how to use the features correctly. I also wish they would hurry up and produce a USB data cable so that I can use this unit with my Mac; serial ports are getting old.

4-0 out of 5 stars MNS For Mountain Hiking
I have used the MNS for about a year hiking in the mountains of Colorado. I decided I needed a GPS because I started climbing mountains without well-defined trails; I climbed the wrong mountain several times. I used the Brunton MNS in parallel with the Garmin Etrex Vista for about a month.

The MNS is more accurate than advertised when finding positions. When entering a waypoint on the "way out" of a daylong hike, the MNS usually registered "found" within 5 feet of the landmark that I recrossed and recognised on the "way back." The MNS can acquire a signal in light forests near tree line, but not in the heavy forests of Ponderosa Pine at lower altitudes. The heavy smoke generated by the fire burning West of Colorado Springs this Summer killed satellite acquisition.

The altimeter is not accurate to within three feet, even given that the weather is clear and constant. It is of equivalent accuracy to my Sunto Vector altitude watch which is rated accurate to 10 feet; both must have the same internal mechanism. If I start climbing at 10,000 feet and climb to 14,000 feet, both devices will register about 13,900 feet. Interestingly enough, both devices always register low, which allows me to intuit the real altitude. On that closed loop between 10,000 and 14,000 feet, both mechanisms will register within 10 feet of 10,000 feet on return to the starting point.

The MNS mechanism is capable and has kept me from getting lost several times when weather on the return trip became bad.

The Tracklog function has little value because there is a very small limiting number of collected waypoints; a user is bound to miss that bend in the trail or special landmark that he would enter if he were setting waypoints manually.

The MNS is somewhat more accurate than the E-Trex Vista in finding positions. The E-Trex is far more user friendly in entering data. It might take twice as long to manually enter a route using the MNS vis-a-vis the E-trex.

I wear reading glasses. I cannot view the E-trex map or any of the displays without my glasses. I can view all the displays on the MNS without glasses. This was the ultimate reason I kept the MNS and returned the E-Trex Vista.

The Map on the Vista is so tiny as to be of little value. When I hike, I print a map of my route from my mapping software on plasticized paper; this printed map is far more convenient than the tiny map on the Vista.

5-0 out of 5 stars Buying second hand Brunton.
My aim was to get a GPS with no map capability in order to maintain good habits when navigating with visual checkpoints. The low battery consumption was also an important matter. The Brunton unit I got from Finalcall fulfills all my expectations. The very large screen, additional features such as the compass, the altimeter or the barometer in addition to a full GPS unit are perfect. I will use it mainly when making cross-country travel in a Cessna 172 as a complementary tool to classical navigation instruments. The service given by Finalcall has been perfect.

5-0 out of 5 stars GPS Nut
After receiving the unit, I tried all the features it has. Wow!
It is an amazing gps. Great. It performance exactly as it said on the specifications especially under the thick forest trees. Without this I could be lost in the jungle during one of my weekend jungle trekking trip. Unbelievable. It even track signal under tiles roof in my house.
I have another gps of other brand (I wouldn't mention it brand name) it is of no use in that conditions eventhough it has all the other features which I think is great. These are good when I use it in lake and sea.But totally useless under thick foliage without satellites signal.
Trekking under the compass mode is great when there isn't any satellites signals. It saves battery. You wouldn't get lost in any conditions.Great feature!
Don't go jungles (from my part of the world a lot of jungles here are virgin jungles) trekking withou this gps. You can leave others gps at home at least it save you space and weight in your backpacks. Believe me.
TQ
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95. Garmin 010-00327-01 Garmin 172C Colorchart
list price: $899.99
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Asin: B0002J1MWY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
Sales Rank: 54035
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The GPSMAP 172C fixed-mount chartplotter offers brilliant sunlight-readable color LCD, robust features, and a user-friendly interface in a compact, value-priced console.It comes standard with a built-in worldwide marine basemap and accepts MapSource BlueChart offshore marine cartography featuring detailed depth contours, inter-tidal zones, wrecks, navaids, and many other points of interest. For small-water anglers, the GPSMAP 172C is compatible with MapSource Recreational Lakes with Fishing Hot Spots featuring fishing areas, boat ramps, marinas, and hazards for hundreds of popular U.S. and Canadian lakes. Pre-programmed data cards can be easily inserted into the slot on the front of the unit.For added flexibility, mariners can upgrade the GPSMAP 172C to a full-fledged combination chartplotter/sounder at any time by adding a Garmin GSD 20 "black box" sonar and transducer. ... Read more

Features

  • 320 x 320-pixel, 256-color CSTN screen with adjustable CCFL backlight
  • 3.2" W x 3.2" H (4.5" diagonal) viewing area
  • 6.3" x 4.9" x 3.7" (W x H x D) unit dimensions
  • State-of-the-art 200 MHz processor
  • User waypoints are automatically tagged with the date and time of creation

96. PNI Wayfinder V7000 Deluxe Car Compass System
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B000078WXK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PNI, Corp
Sales Rank: 3387
Average Customer Review: 2.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

PNI's Wayfinder V7000 deluxe car compass is one very smart compass. Patented sensor technology gives this instrument the ability to assess its surrounding conditions. And it offers precise information on orientation, declination (true vs. magnetic north), and altitude, clearly and accurately. Easily readable on the unit's large LCD you'll find interior and exterior temperature (in your choice of Fahrenheit or Celsius) and predictions on potential changes in the weather (based on barometric pressure).

The compass' Auto-Integrate circuitry (patented and developed by PNI) gives you an instrument capable of knowing when to turn itself on and off, or even when it needs its backlight feature. Since it's so smart, the V7000 can be used virtually hands-free, freeing you to keep your focus where it should be: on the terrain without.

A bearing point can be stored in memory to map your course. Precise information on altitude and barometric pressure with trend indicators are constantly provided, as well as interior and exterior temperature readings with ice alert, for comfort and safety. The compass slides easily from its mounting bracket for safe storage.

What's in the Box
Compass, CR123 lithium battery, 12V DC power adapter, 10-foot temperature sensor cable with retainer clips, and a user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Shows direction with compass rose, 8 cardinal points, and 1º numeric digits
  • Automatically turns on or off with car ignition
  • Weather Forecaster & Inside/Outside Thermometer
  • Altimeter & Barometer

Reviews (9)

1-0 out of 5 stars Extra Features Are Inaccurate and Not Worth The Money
As a compass, this unit appears to function properly. The additional features are a waste of money. The altimeter must constantly be adjusted (During the course of a drive from to NY to VT, it will be off by several hundred feet). If the car is turned off, the altimeter must be recalibrated. The Weather Predictor has always said SUN... never anything else. I made the mistake of hardwiring the power cable to my 12Volt power port myself (not purchasing the PNI wiring kit). This voided my warranty, and I could not return the unit. I wired it 2 months after I bought the unit, the problems were always there.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do Not Do Business with this company
I bought one of these computers and it broke within two months. They sent me a replacement and it broke. Now they will not even look at it. They said it is 'probably out of warranty and too expensive to bother fixing'. I could accept a defective product if they had good customer service, or vice versa. Instead, they have a crappy product and worse customer service. Avoid them!

Kevin L
Parker, CO

1-0 out of 5 stars Waist of money
This item is a waste of money. You can get the same benifets by reading the elv. signs in the mountains.It will keep a good compas heading but that is all.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not Reliable
I found this compass disappointing. As a sailor I am use to the accuracy of Loran, GPS and marine compasses. I suspect that the problem is not the instrument itself, but the difficulty of compensating for the magnetic influences in a car. The PNI often gives erroneous directional information. My unit has developed a defect after less than 6 months of infrequent use. The 'off' button doesn't work. The unit eventually turns itself off. It is an interesting gadget, but a good road map is a better value.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Features and Display
I have had other PNI compasses for the car but this one is the best. It has a great display and the calibration was a breeze. The barometer and altimeter are a bit unstable but what do you expect when you are using it in a moving vehicle. I also purchased the hard wire kit from PNI which is fantastic. Once wired, it automatically turns the unit on when you start the car and turns on the backlight at night. I wired it right into the wiring of the 12V power outlet and it works fine. ... Read more


97. Bushnell Pro Wrist-Top Digital Compass Navigational System (Green)
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000A0AIE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Bushnell
Sales Rank: 15517
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Features

  • Easy access to essential information in one compact package
  • Alarm clock with snooze function, calendar, thermometer and compass with cardinal points
  • Rugged rubber armor
  • 100 percent waterproof housing
  • Large, backlit LCD display

98. Pharos Pocket GPS Navigator Toshiba E400/E800 US Maps Charger and Holder
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B00022F3LW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PHAROS
Sales Rank: 39656
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Product Description

Pocket GPS Navigator Kit for Toshiba e400, e800 Pocket PCs ... Read more

Features

  • Display shows next turn direction, street name, distance to turn, and distance to destination
  • The Pharos iGPS-360 convertible receiver is the smallest, highly sensitive GPS receiver available today!
  • Voice Prompted, Turn by Turn Navigation with Detailed Street Level Maps for all 50 States
  • Find a location by address, cross street, contacts or Point of Interest
  • Use Microsoft Pocket Outlook Contacts as your destination

99. Suunto Vector Wristop Computer with Altimeter, Barometer, Compass, Thermometer (Black)
list price: $239.99
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Asin: B0000TWB62
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Suunto USA, Inc.
Sales Rank: 10657
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Designed for the mountaineering, outdoor traveller, this hardy wrist-mounted computer provides all the information you'll need for any adventure, including a digital altimeter, barometer, compass, thermometer, and a regular watch. It's backlit for easy viewing, and water resistant down to 100 feet below surface.

The altimeter includes functions showing current altitude up to 29,500 ft/9,000 m, and your ascent/descent rate in feet or meters per minute. Its difference measurement function allows zeroing of the altimeter for following your vertical progress between various destination stages, and the automatic 24-hour memory stores your altitude and ascent/descent rate for every hour continuously, with a logbook that stores total ascent/descent, average ascent/descent rate, and even the number of runs you've skied for the duration of the log.

The barometer provides absolute pressure range from 8.90 - 32.40 in Hg / 300 - 1100 mbar, and sea level pressure range 27.25 - 31.90 inHg / 921-1080 mbar. You'll also get 0.05 inHg / 1 mbar resolution, and a difference measurement function that allows zeroing of the barometer for following overnight changes in barometric pressure and temperature. There's also an automatic 4-day memory--which can store pressure information in one hour intervals for the last six hours, then in six hour intervals after that--and a handy, adjustable, sea-level pressure function.

The compass function includes bearing in degrees and cardinal or half-cardinal point, a North-South arrow, and a bearing tracking function which displays locked bearing, actual bearing, and the difference between these declination adjustments.There's also a bubble level to indicate level position to ensure +/- 2-3 degree reading accuracy, and a declination adjustment. The watch function provides a basic 12/24 hour clock, a calendar pre-programmed to 2089, 3 daily alarms, and a stopwatch and countdown timer that both run for 23:59:59 hours. You'll also get a thermometer, and the watch comes with a user-replacable battery. All this is packed into a 1.9 oz. device. ... Read more

Features

  • Convenient, wristwatch design includes digital altimeter, barometer, compass, watch, and more
  • Measures altitude range up to 29,500 ft.
  • Automatic 4-day memory stores barometric pressure information in one hour intervals
  • Watch function includes 12/24 hour clock and calendar pre-programmed to 2089
  • Also features a thermometer, electroluminescent backlight, and water-resistance down to 30m/100ft

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars suunto vector
IF YOU ARE AN OUTDOOR PERSON THE VECTOR IS THE ITEMTO HAVE==THE ALTIMETER ANDBAROMETER WORK IN CONJUCTION=WHICH MIGHT INITIALLY CAUSECONFUSION==BUT BY SETTING THESEA LEVEL PRESSURE=THE SETTINGSWILL EQUAL OUT=THE COMPASS ISSPOT ON AND WHEN SET WITH DECLINATION ==WILL GET YOU WHEREYOU WANT TO BE==OVERALL THE VECTOR IS WORTH THE INVESTMENTIF YOU LOVE TO-HIKE-CAMP-CLIMB-OR ANY OTHER OUTDOOR ACTIVITYWHICH REQUIRES TO YOU TO HAVEA HEADSUP REGARDING WEATHERAND YOUR SAFETY IN THE FIELD=ONE NOTE ==YOUR LOCAL AIRPORTCONTROL TOWER-CAN GIVE YOU=ELEVATION==SEA LEVEL PRESSURE=DELINATION=WHICH MAKES SETUPEASIER=ALSO A FIRST CLASSPHONE HELP LINE=THE PEOPLETHERE ARE TOP NOTCH AND WILL TAKE TIME TO HELP YOUSET THE VECTOR UP PROPERLY= ... Read more


100. Garmin GPS 60 1 MB Handheld GPS with Waterproof Exterior
list price: $192.99
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Asin: B0002V4QVG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Garmin
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Features

  • WAAS-enabled, 12 parallel channel GPS receiver
  • Built-in quad helix receiving antenna with remote antenna capability
  • Case: Rugged, fully gasketed, waterproof, IEC 60529 IPX7 (Submersible 1 meter @ 30 minutes)
  • Display: 1.4”W x 2.1”H, high contrast, 4-level gray LCD (160 x 240 pixels), Weight: 5.4 ounces with batteries (not included)
  • Runs on 2 AA alkaline batteries; includes serial and USB interfaces

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