Inexpensive and accurate but about as basic as they come.
Richard L. Fuehrer "Rock Chuck", Amazon
1 June 2015
Summary: It's ok for what it is but don't expect a lot of fancy features. It seems to be very accurate and batteries last a LONG time. A touchscreen would be a big benefit but you'll pay a lot more for it. I'm in Idaho and both free and purchased Idaho maps work great. But then I downloaded maps for OR & WA.
Summary: I just returned from two different hunts. We used these units on both hunts. We had three 650's and two 530's. They were very useful during the hunt. I really am impressed with the 650's and hope to learn more about the many features. Very useful item for the hunt.
Summary: Having had a Garmin automobile GPS unit for several years now, I had high expectations when I received the Etrex20 as a gift. What I discovered was that it has very limited usefulness right out of the box: where I live, it shows only major streets, highways, rivers and lakes on a rather nondescript...
Summary: Doesn't seem as user friendly as my Rino 530 Hcx but it probably takes getting used to. I do like the touch screen feature. Both gps and radio work very well in remote areas where I've used them.
Summary: I bought mine in July of 2014.Used it for the MR340.Downloaded the Mo River.Had every wing dike from KC-St.Louis ,the river channel was also downloaded.It worked 100% accurately.Paddled in a fog bank for 36 miles ,looked at the screen of my etrex only.This is a great model and well worth the price.