Summary: Been there, Done that. If Amazon had not had such a generous no-question-asked return policy I would not have purchased this in the first place, given the ratings. But I did. And it went back today (minus shipping because in truth I should be penalized for buying this in the first place).
Summary: First off, I would recommend any hiking GPS system as a backup to a simply map and compass. That said, I want to clarify something about this particular model. This is a basic beginner's device to learn about Navigation, Waypoints, Trails, GeoCache and all the additional methods that go along with...
Summary: This GPS is great if you are using it all the time. However if you don't touch the screen every few minutes it shuts off. With no power adapter you cant use it for long with out touching it. Also it has a hard time calculating distance.
Since none of the reputable tech sites have decided…
9 January 2008
Excerpt: Since none of the reputable tech sites have decided to review the Magellan Triton series, I will take the task upon myself. I found no good information on Tritons before purchasing one, so I hope to arm you with the information you need to make a wise decision before purchasing.
After approximately 20 hours of using the Triton 300…
8 January 2008
Excerpt: After approximately 20 hours of using the Triton 300 in the field, these are my impressions. The good: Quick to power up and initialize. Rugged construction and feel of case. Clear bright screen. Navigation fairly easy and intuitive. Good battery life.