Summary: This is a great GPS for limited use... The Battery last for days if not used continuously. If I had to order one again I would go with the AA battery operated. As for the function of the unit it works great acquires satellite fast and works well it is a basic model without all the bells and...
Summary: This works good although not inside the car. The metal blocks the signal. You can't get lost in the woods with this since you can use it to retrace your steps. I don't like the way the charger snaps on, it is a tight fit and difficult to get on and off.
Summary: I bought this for everything and all things i do in nature. Hiking, hunting, even at work (military) only disnfall, i bought a rechargeable one which is great when electrucity is abundant. But in some countries it isnt. I shouldve bought a battery operated one. Still performs amazingly.
Summary: I bought this GPS to replace my old Magellan eXplorist. I ride quads and SxS's, however it doesn't matter what you ride/drive, this wrist mounted GPS is perfect. When you are leaving camp for a particular spot (Olds, Hill 5, the drags...
Summary: I was very pleased with the Garmin Foretrex 201, currently in the Marine Corps I love how I can strap it to the front of my gear and just start patrolling, was able to pick up a signal pretty good so far. Just highly recommend it due to the size. SSGT Baker USMC
Summary: This has been a solid GPS receiver for general situational awareness and logging trackpoints. After several years of pretty heavy use while hiking, walking, mountain biking, commute biking, and the occasional trip up in a model airplane, the receiver still works fine and has decent battery life.
Summary: The item turned out to be not what I thought it was. In the item description Not once was it put forth as a trail and hiking GPS. I bought it under the premise that we could use it for our car.