Summary: I returned this product for a full refund due to unclear instructions and no repsonse from customer service. The instructions provided in the owner's manual on entering bearing and distance to find a new waypoint were unclear.
Summary: The maps that come with this unit are wortless. If you want good maps, be prepared to shell out $100. My biggest gripe is that my GPS WILL NOT talk to my computer! That makes it IMPOSSIBLE to load my $100 maps. I tried to connect to both of my PCs at home AND my PC at work.
Summary: I purchased two of these units the first one worked OK. The second one has a problem. In a side by side comparison the signal qualities of the two units vary. I checked there accuracy and tracking with OziExplorer moving map software.
Summary: I purchased the Garmin GPS 60 to get the anchor drag alarm, which product advertising and information says it has. The so-called alarm gives one, and only one, barely audible " beep" and that is it. This clearly is not an "anchor drag alarm". An alarm must be continuous until it is shut off.
Summary: I was very surprised to not hear others pointing to the awful lack of readability in poor light. The screen has a yellowy hue to it and so when you try to use the (dull) backlight you need very good vision to make out the detail.
Summary: I would love to have given this a full review but having waited a month it still hasn't turned up. The bill has though! After several emails to Amazon I had to order a different one as they would not send a replacement or cancel the order in time for me to use it on my holiday. I'm not impressed.
Summary: As an avid traveler, I feel you can't get anywere without a good GPS system. This horrific monstrosity made my life a living hell for 3 days, I ended up lost in the North of England, with only my wits on me.
Summary: I purchased the unit a year ago and found it to be unreliable even in open land without trees around. It's so bad that I no longer bother to use it. It frequently reports weak satellite signals.
Summary: Finger weg wenn ihr euch euer erstes GPS für Geocaching kaufen wollt. Hier findet man zwar etwas mit, aber es dauert sehr sehr lange. Das Problem: Hier lauft ihr nach einer Kompassrose durchs Feld. Für 5-100€ mehr bekommt ihr gute GPS Geräte mit Karte.