Summary: My Garmin Vista continues to amaze me with the different ways we find to use it. As I become more familiar with its functions I see how useful it really is- for fun and for information. Thanks for a great product.
Summary: Glad that they finally give more memoryt o these hand held units and work better then my IQUE3 from Garmin and now i can hvae it skiing with me and know how much i have skiied...highly recommended
Summary: I purchased this GPS to replace a Garmin 12 whose memory battery had died (a crucial element that's not mentioned anywhere in their manuals). What an upgrade! Not only does the Vista GPS allow you to log waypoints and figure out where you are, but it does a few dozen other things as well.
Summary: I have owned the Garmin eTrex Vista CX for about four months and am very pleased with it. I have owned or used three other receivers: a Garmin Rhino, a Magellan SporTrak Map, and a Magellan eXplorist 210. The Garmin eTrex Vista CX is the best of these units.
Summary: I'm not a GPS guru (this is my first GPS), but I did some research before purchasing and opted for this one for portability - driving, walking, hiking, boating. I am VERY pleased with this device. I purchased this in conjunction with Mapsource City Navigator NT and a 1GB memory card for it.
Summary: This GPS is a much better product than I expected. I loaded City Select North America v6 (old software) with no problem. I was able to load ALL of North America using a Kingston 2GB microSD card. I had no trouble with loading.
Summary: Just got back from a road trip and bicycle trip using the Vista CX with the City Navigator maps for navigation in the car and to record the bicycle trip. This is my first GPS and I'm still learning the features. I can't imagine how I traveled without it.
Summary: For a road motorcycle driver, or anyone who must use it in his puckett, it's size is as great as it's reception, even with it's small screen you can always see and follow what you're looking for.