Summary: I use my Dakota 10 to mark my deer stands. I always know where they are but having so many out in the woods some are hard to find in the dark. The Dakota 10 will take me right to the tree. I think the battery life is a little short, and I don't believe I get the 20 hours they say you should get. Fairly easy to use you just need to play with it some. It really is a great value.
Summary: I'd heard great reviews about the Dakota; my one concern was whether the "10" version - which doesn't offer SD card expansion - would have enough memory. It's proved to have plenty enough memory for my purposes, including storing topo maps for three states and several dozen geocache descriptions.
Summary: I use this for my daily nordic walking work out. I keep distance, pace, and total time on the big display. Set up is easy. Clearing the data each day is simple. Start up time is quick compared to my old Fortrex 201. The touch screen is much better than the button combinations on the 201.
Summary: I bought this for a trip to Quetico- the Canadian boundary waters, so I haven't really used it yet. I do like the touch screen and the fast pick up of the signal and the fact that it gets that signal when I'm in cover. But I'm having trouble figuring out how to load stuff on it and how to enter long/lat coordinates.
Summary: I was looking for s tochscreen GPS and this is a very godd unit for the price. Item arrived on time and with new duracell bateries. Preloaded maps have very poor details, I have not subscribed to Garmin Maps yet!