Summary: I loved this little device. I use it for cycling/kayaking. It takes some getting used to. It has some peccadillos which you have to figure out. One, for example, is setting the time. It would never keep when I set it. Another is the miles window.
Summary: It's pretty easy to use and a fun idea, and does what it says it does. But the user guides and software are pathetic. Ultimately, trying to import the tracks I recorded failed miserably, even after I uninstalled and reinstalled the software repeatedly, and the memory got erased.
Summary: This is the second model that I have tried. First, the yardage/mileage is right on. I tested it on a measured 100yard range. Now for the sad part. The compass, even after several figure 8's to calibrate, seemed to want to point east rather than north.
Summary: It probably works OK for the applications they're obviously pushing -- hikes in the woods, fishing trips in the back country, etc. But it's no good at all around cars, buildings, metal objects, etc.
Summary: If you want accuracy....not the best item to buy. Many times it takes 20 or more minutes to get satelite readings. And changing batteries is a pain as the back is not too easy to remove. I guess for the money it's ok......but for the serious hunter spend the extra money and go Garmin or Magellen.
Summary: This thing will get you killed if you get lost easily. When it would finally track down a satellite the compass would not hold north. First pointed NE, a minute later NW and than due west. Did not matter what we did, could not find north.
Summary: I bough this as a backup/emergency GPS for 2 hiking trips in UK. My main GPS is actually my phone, Samsung S4. So, I didn't want to spend too much money a backup GPS. Bushnell BackTrack fits that requirement. I lived in US, northeast coast, where I received the product and tested.