I've had it for about two months now and I love it. Aside from the usual touch screen issues ...
1 March 2015
Summary: I ordered this GPSr after watching a couple of videos showing it being abused by being dropped, flipped and thrown onto a stone patio then , scratched with a key and tapped with a rock hammer. Amazingly no damage, none at all. I thought, this is the GPSr for me. I've had it for about two months now and I love it. Aside from the usual touch screen issues (the screen doesn't respond well to gloved fingers) it works perfectly.
when I travel out of State to better understand the roadway routes I need to take to ...
14 February 2015
Summary: Perhaps I should have purchased the Montana Garmin handheld which features a slightly larger screen in that I plan to utilize the handheld GPS for dual purposes, hunting big game & discerning public and private land boundaries, and having the handheld Garmin mounted on my vehicle dash, when I travel out of State to better understand the roadway routes I need to take to reach destinations.
Real easy to use but you do need to purchase a ...
20 January 2015
Summary: Real easy to use but you do need to purchase a SIM card or download for the terrain you are hiking or traveling through. Not sure if it says that when you go to buy this GPS. I had to purchase the topo map for the region I am currently working in. Once you get the card or download you are good to go.
Great Unit for Garmin Enthusiasts, Not Recommended for Beginners
20 January 2015
Summary: Here's what a person needs to know if they are considering shelling out $500 for a Garmin 650. IF YOU'VE NEVER HAD A GARMIN HANDHELD DEVICE BEFORE BUYER BEWARE. Unless your used to Garmin outdoor units (i.e. Oregon, Colorado, CSX, Montana, etc) you need to understand a few important things and do some research prior to buying.