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6.7 out of 10

Garmin Dakota 10

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Overall 10

Wow! I'm impressed!

darthvagrant, epinions.com
19 May 2004
  • Excerpt: UPDATE: This unit is out of production. It connects with a serial cord, seems like Garmin is all USB
  • Pros: All the capability of the E Trex plus sufficient map storage. Low price.
  • Cons: Non-captive battery cover. Should COME WITH optional soft plastic case/cover. Won't work in dense woods.
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Overall 10

Never get lost again!

fudge23, epinions.com
24 September 2003
  • Summary: Great navigational too. This is my trainer and I will scout around for a bigger size model and one with a larger and color screen.
  • Pros: Compact, lightweight, excellent navigational too - Nationwide
  • Cons: The Learning Curve is high - takes a while to figure this gizmo out.
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Overall 6

Not worth it

Brett C. Marchant, Amazon
6 October 2014
  • Summary: Battery does not last long. Display is hard to see and navigation is limited. You must download maps prior to departing.
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Overall 10

This is a great product and if you want a simple GPS this ...

Leigh Thompson, Amazon
25 August 2014
  • Summary: This is a great product and if you want a simple GPS this is it. The geocaching option is really good and easy to use. The screen is small but you can scroll around easily enough to see where you are going and how to get there. I downloaded the open street maps onto this from talkytoaster and they are fab and would recommend them to anyone and yes they are free! So overall a great product for any outdoor discipline - walking, running, biking, geocaching etc.
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Overall 8

Four Stars

Muriel Peterson, Amazon
13 August 2014
Overall 2


Ticker, Amazon
10 July 2014
  • Summary: If you were hoping that this unit would be of value for route-finding, think again. It has one fundamental, are very stupid fault that should have been caught long before it was reached the market. Routes are created by defining a series of waypoints. Each waypoint is given a number, such as 3001, 3002, 3003, etc. The location of each waypoint is marked on the screen by a pin symbol. Unfortunately, the pin hides the last two characters of the waypoint number.
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Overall 10

Excellent for Geocaching

MadMinne, Amazon
17 June 2014
  • Summary: We purchased this primarily for geocaching with a secondary use of hiking having never used a stand alone GPS before (I have used geocaching apps on my phone before). I easily set it up within a few hours of opening it, I personally found it pretty easy to set up and anything I was confused regarding (importing pocket queries to it mainly), I just quickly looked up online and found step by instructions on how to do it, saying that I know my OH would have had issues...
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Overall 4


Tim Crane, Amazon
30 May 2014
  • Summary: disappointed with this chunks or road network missing tried to contact garmin all I got was a confermation e mail and on there web site there seems to be know way to fix it WOULD NOT BUY GARMIN AGAIN OR RECOMEND THEM I THINK I HAVE BROUGHT A PIG IN APOKE
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Overall 10

I won't get lost

lucianus, Amazon
17 May 2014
  • Summary: Hi. Firstly, I bought this as a back up to a compass - map reading in dense forest is quite hard and this is a great back up. So, I don't use any of the facilities other than to see where we are - ie no geocaching, position markings or anything. If it wasn't for talkytoaster maps then this would just be far too expensive for what I wanted it for. This is a site that offers free and cheap maps that you can upload onto the device - I got one that covers the entire UK.
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Overall 2

garmin Dakota gps

paul, Amazon
26 March 2014
  • Summary: it was hard to read in sun light even with your back to the sun and dakota in your shadow.
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