I am looking for a different GPS to try. I have been using my Garmin Nuvi 550. Am interested in buying something used to try.
Walkingadventure WGA President
Sat Jul 06, 2013 4:23 pm
This is like asking if a Ford or Chevy is better. We all know the answer to that is Jeep is superior to all.
Many enjoy the Garmin Oregon series. It has a touch screen and paperless capabilities. This is what i have had for the last 4 yrs (~4000 caches). I will not go to Magellan or DeLorme but that is my preference. I think the new Garmin eTrex may have gone to color screen and paperless but I am not sure.
Looks for a lot of replies here plus this topic has been covered a lot over the years if you want to search it out.
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lone_gunman WGA Member
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Mon Jul 08, 2013 3:59 pm
What kind of GPSr are you looking for? In car or out of car?
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swahe WGA Member
Tue Jul 09, 2013 11:51 am
I am looking for a handheld Geocaching GPS. I have been using my car Garmin Nuve. It seems cumbersome to use. I went to Gander Mountain to checkout units this weekend. I liked the Garmin Oregon 450.
I am looking for something that holds more caches and provides more detail
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