Summary: An older GPS, but very nice for outdoor use. The maps are not detailed enough for road navigation, and there is no road navigation routing provided by this unit. But for hiking, it is very nice, and very accurate. I have also used the unit in an airplane as a backup GPS. It does not have an Aviation database of course, but if you load Lat/Lon for a waypoint, it provide very good tracking info to the point.
Summary: Gave this unit 5 stars. It was inexpensive,easy to use,accurate to 9 feet,and doesn't eat up batteries like most units. Not as fancy as units with topo maps or as colorful as others but I didn't pay a fortune for mine either. I use mine for fishing and it always gets me back to my favorite spots. It also has a anchor alarm to let me know I've started drifting-very handy feature!!! Great Buy-definately!
Summary: For the price it works very well and has nice features that other entry level units don't have. The map is better than I expected although not the main reason I chose this one. It shows rivers and lakes which is nice, even the small lake near my home. Found my position in about 1 minute and very good reception even in the car. This is my first GPS and am very happy with it.
Summary: I kayak on Florida's west coast. The mangroves can be quite dense, so a felt a GPS could be handy. The GO2 has meant all my expectations. Long battery life, easy operation, useful bay and coastline maps, quick startup, no loss of signal. Can't beat it for the price!!
Summary: Size and weight of this item are perfect. Easy to use, best buy for your dollar. I bought it for climbing and hiking. Shows elevation, charts, graphs, roads, towns, and every other beel and whistle you could want. Tested this GPS out on a mountain in remote Maine (Tumbledown), worked perfect, always knew exactly where I was, even in bad weather. User friendly, easy to program with just what you want. I am glad I bought this less expensive model vs. a Garmin.
Summary: I do alot of mining and prospecting for gold. I have 2 GPS units that work great but are on the heavy side. I did some research and decided that the iFINDER GO2 would work the best for what I wanted. It has not let me down. Its light weight, very easy to use and with the computer cable I'm able to download into my TOPO maps and build a path or trail as to how the placer gold is running.
Summary: This unit seemed to have the best standard lake shoreline maps compared to Garmin and Magellan units I've tried. It is great on batteries and meets nearly all our needs. I'd love to be able to upload waypoints, but none of the inexpensive handhelds allow that. For us older folk, the screen could be a lot bigger, but I guess that's what glasses are for. For our marine construction business, it is perfect.
Summary: The face is red. Pro: - Small - a little larger and heavier than Etrex. - 2 AA batteries last for 48 hours continuous (w/o backlight) - It is quick to sync, (16 satellite) and usually keeps satellite lock inside frame house. - Easy to set up, good customization for nav pages. - Base map: reasonable highway, a few through streets so good for regional guidance, with excellent water detail - even some small local lakes. - Connector for external power in or NEMA data out.