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What is the best winter and four season Outdoor GPS unit

What is the best winter and four season Outdoor GPS unit

Thu 21st January 2016

In the colder temperatures over the winter months you often struggly with the traditional touch screen GPS unit, so in this short review we look at the best winter GPS unit on the market.

Sorry about the wind-noise but it gets better after 40 seconds!

In this review I look at the -

Garmin eTrex 30x - more here
Garmin GPSMAP64s - more here
Garmin Montana 610 - more here
Garmin Montana 680 - more here

 

comments
Posted By: Malcolm Johns | Fri 22nd January 2016

I use an Oregon 600 with a rubber tipped stylus attached to the unit by fine elastic cord so you can use the unit with or without gloves. It is also helpful if you have to plot a new route when out in the Field.Keep up the great work. GPS has really improved my enjoyment of the outdoors. I even use the unit abroad to help me know when to get off the bus (good tip when you dont speak the lingo)Best wishes and a Happy New Year Malcolm

Posted By: Liz Gallop | Tue 26th January 2016

I have a Oregon 600 and if its not too cold a £4 pair of knitted gloves with conductive fingertips from the Co-op work a treat when geocaching.

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