This unit does work great! I especially like the size of the viewing ...
5 July 2015
Summary: This unit does work great! I especially like the size of the viewing screen. Only drawbacks that I see are it's large size for a hiker and that you need a case if you want to attach the unit to your backpack, belt, etc.
Summary: I bought this product for hunting, hiking, and driving. I love everything about this GPS. It takes pictures that look good. It is worth it to save up a little extra if you are in the outdoors a lot. Thank you so much!!!!! Fast shipping!
Summary: This is a great product for Geocaching but there certainly is a learning curve. The manual is almost useless in telling how to do things but once you figure out the function you want it does a beautiful job of display.
Summary: Garmin has gone over the top with this unit. I have used it for city driving, hiking, and geocaching. The touch screen is easy to use and once you have the icons setup for your needs it is even easier. I have a GPSMap62s that I have used for the last several years and it is still a great unit.
Summary: My husband is going to Colorado for an Elk hunting trip in the mountains. He had a Garmin before and it was over 12 years old and just quit working. He did alot of research before picking this one. He loves it and uses it all the time.
Summary: I bought this item for the long battery life - and had to purchase the North America Streets package to use it. This is NOT a beginner's GPS. It has terrific features, while lacking others - such as turn notifications. This is NOT your "point & shoot" GPS.
Summary: The good: it has a ton of features. The bad: it has a ton of features and takes some learning. I use it both for vehicle navigation and as a hand-held for Search & Rescue trail operation. It seems you have to change the mode at least two different places to get it right.
Summary: I have never owned a GPS until I found this little gem. I have used the 650t on many hikes, tracking and recording ATV trails, checking speeds of ATVs on trails, measuring speed on zip lines and plotting height and elevations of current and upcoming zip lines.