Reviews and Problems with Lowrance iFinder Expedition C
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Great GPS and easy to use.
17 March 2014
Summary: This is my back-up GPS with the lakemaster chip that is no longer available so I did not want to loose all of my Lakemaster fishing hotspots. It is a great unit, too bad they sold out to another company.
Summary: I have two friends that have the expedition c. This is why I bought mine. I use it for fishing and hunting. Puts me right on the spot I want to be. I would recommend this unit highly. I have been looking for this unit for a long time, and found the best price on Amazon.com.
Summary: My unit quit working after four years. I called lowrance about getting it fixed but they wanted 150 bucks so I decided I didn't want to do anything at that time. One year later I decided to have it fixed and Lowarance told me to throw the unit away because of their five year deal.
Summary: My iFinder worked great for three years until stopped it locating satellites. I went to test it before a outing and it could not locate any satellites. I have taken great care of my GPS, always careful w/ it and never dropping it.
Very good for 3 years - then expensive paperweight
W. Severin "warsev", Amazon
2 September 2011
Summary: Bottom line: Steer clear if you expect a piece of equipment that lasts more than three years. I'd have given this a four-star rating up until a month ago. That's when it passed its third anniversary of use. And stopped finding its location.
Summary: First I would like to say that this is my first GPS unit and that I have been researching several different GPS brands and models for about a year and a half. I travel quite frequently to South America and I wanted a unit that I could view (and navigate) major cities and roadways in SA.
Summary: I bought the Garmin eTrex Legend Cx - about 250. I then bought a 1gb microSD card for 60. At this point the base maps are still useless. I wanted to use for driving to the lakes in MN and then use ON the lakes in MN. Garmin makes you buy Navigator NA and MN Lakemaster for about 100 each.
Summary: See my review for this receiver under Lowrance ifinder Expedition C Plus, which is the same receiver with the 6 MapCreate CDs and card reader included. The Plus package is a very good deal if you're interested in having detailed topographic map information on your receiver.