Nice, and you can use the memory if you delete the built in topo maps.
Thomas A. Oehser "Technologist Extraordinaire", Amazon
2 September 2014
Summary: I love the device. I also have an Oregon 600t now, but this is in some ways (not all ways) better. I do want to say, there is an oft-ignored advantage of the ones with the built in topographic maps- If you delete the topographic maps, you have extra gigs of space!
Apple or Google, please show Garmin how to make a GPS
1 September 2014
Summary: There are three parts to a handheld gps. The first is the satellite reception and electronics. The Oregon 450T works well here. The second is maps. I am going to Peru and called Garmin to see if they have maps for Peru. No. So I am left to find them on my own.
Summary: After using this product while hiking in the field for the last 4 months, I discovered that the odometer is off by 1/4 to 1/2 mile depending on the length of my hike. It adds the 1/4 mile fairly quickly.
Many great features, and extra maps available (for a cost)
Lisa Kearns "Lisa Kearns", Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: We got this Garmin Oregon (with preloaded topo map) as a Christmas present for the family. We do a lot of hiking, camping, hunting and other outdoor activities where it's nice to have a map and a compass. It's the first GPS we've ever owned, so I don't have anything to compare it to.
Summary: Well this is my fifth GPS, buying about three Magellen's and an earlier Garmin ETrex, I found this much better, more sensitive than the ETrex, and with the colored screen easier to see things compared to the black & white of the Etrex. The ability to add memory is also a great asset.
Summary: This is the smallest, most versatile GPS at a reasonable price. Just add the North American Cities NT on MicroSD card and you'll be in operation in minutes. No interfacing with PC or special software required. Land, Marine, Cycling, even navigation directly by air.