Summary: I bought this GPS for snowmobiling. Loaded unit with a micro sd card that i purchased from Red Pine Mapping. Maps work perfectly and the reception is great. I was riding in the Adirondack Park and never lost a signal.Battery lasted all day.
Summary: I bought this product to help me find my way when I'm out hunting. I didn't need to spend the extra money on the 450t because all of the TOPO maps are free at GPSfiledepot.com. I like that this product is easy to use and keeps battery life pretty well. This is my first GPS so I can't really compare it to any others, but I did a lot of research to find the right GPS for me and I got this one used for a great price.
Summary: We use this Oregon 450 for geocaching and love it. We have had one for over 3 years and gave 2 as gifts. After comparing the Oregon to other GPSs, we found it to be the best geocaching tool out there. The 450 is a great model to use for new and experienced cachers. It also works great for Wherigo. This is easier than most to learn.
Summary: For the price it is an excellent product I use it for geocaching and it always gets me where I want to go. Its easy to use. plenty of storage for my needs. I have bad carpal tunnel so I am dropping it all the time.
Summary: Like new, the only thing that catches the satellites a bit slow in the collection is etrex ventura Hc, etrex 20 (I really like), the Dakota 20 (lost, oregon picked to replace him). If only for hiking strongly recommend etrex 20, a long time on battery power and quickly catches the satellites, but if one or two day trips and the ability to charge the battery or bicycle hikes recommended oregon.