Magellan 210 GPSR QUITE POSSIBLY THE BEST GPSR FOR THE MONEY!!
8 June 2011
Summary: I bought the Magellan 210 GPSR for geocacheing and I have been throughly pleased with it! I have use it approximately 100 times sience I received it and with exception to the small display it is perfect for my needs! (geocacheing) I would strongly recommend the Magellan 210 to any one wanting a good reliable GPSR!
Summary: EXCELLENT! This GPS device has only internal memory.If you plan to store many trips or add base maps, you may wish to consider a unit that has removable storage media. CNET's Product Briefs are generated by a software tool that combines product specifications with knowledge of our editorial experts. They do not reflect hands-on assessment or labs testing.
Summary: I thoroughly like the flexibility that the unit gives me. I use my GPS extensively and this is the third one that I have owned. Although I also have a Garmin 60cx, I prefer the Magellan over the Garmin. I am able to do far more tasks with the Magellan. My only dislikes are the slow acquistion of satellites by the unit and the tendency to lose contact with satellites when obstructions are near by.
Summary: I bought the Explorist 210 for work, because Ease of operation programming, I have a Explorist 500 that I use for geocaching, got used to it and haven't found anything I like using better. The Explorist 210 is a basic unit no color and uses regular AA batteries.
Summary: Being in the market for a recreational use gps, I was aware that the explorist 210 was the least expensive unit which offered the capability to download data and upload data from a computer. The antenna is very strong and the screen lights up when waas is enabled. the accuracy is within 15 feet most of the time and the screen displays the actual amount.
Summary: This is a great GPS unit, works great with good power consumption for a long time on the trail. Its to bad that Magellan has discontinued this model, the model that replaced it is $100 more and burns batteries.