I think the Triton is a better unit than the Garmin oregon450t
24 July 2014
Summary: I have had the Triton 2000 for over 6 years. When I first purchased the unit, the satellite lock-in was not adequate. It would not track through any kind of cover. But Magellan came out with a software upgrade which resolved the tracking issues.
Summary: I'm a past camper who has experienced the challenges of rain, water, and insufficient space in backpacks and appreciate a tough GPS. I did not experience the many software problems mentioned in other reviews, but didn't use it heavily either.
Summary: I purchase too many toys! I begin with this because I hope to instill a sense of trust based on the ton of stuff I learn to use, adapt too and play with; from planes to scuba gear. That said, I will save us both some time here and ask you to review John Williamson's review, Jan 28, 2010.
Summary: This is a awesome GPS once you are able to put the Topo maps on it. I had a 1500 and lost it, and now have the 2000. Both are great and are rugged. The forums on the internet will help guide you through the install, otherwise it can be tough. I'd recommend this GPS.
Summary: I've had this GPS for quite a while now and I hesitated in writing a review, hoping that maybe I missed something, or needed to download a patch or needed to do something! I really wanted to like this GPS, it looked so good on paper and I have a lot of respect for the Magellan brand.