Summary: bought this unit for use in rough mountain country and has lived up to my expectation in every way - have loaded with national geographic maps which work very well - have not found any places that it will not pick up signal and it is very easy to use - have dropped unit several times and has not hurt the performance any - would highly recommend unit for all types of use
Summary: The GPS that I have is well worth the money. I am a member of a K-9 search and rescue team. We use GPS devices extensively. This one has the same features as many higher priced ones and so much easier to use. If you need a GPS I highly recommend this one. You will not go wrong for the price.
Summary: Because my daughter and eldest grandson took my Map330 for geocaching I needed a replacement. I won two on ebay, the Triton 500 and a Magellan Sportrak Color GPS Receiver. They are both excellent. the Triton allows you to add maps via SD memory card--NICE!!! They are both quick and accurate, getting satellite signals in all sorts of environments. The Triton is smaller and maybe a little clearer.
Summary: This gps works great. The software that comes with it works great. I'd forget about the National Geographic Topo maps tho, cause the program for installing them is unstable, but thats NatGeo's fault not the gps. I use Mobile Atlas Creator and the included VantagePoint software and it works perfect. This gps also has a built in compass, altimeter and barometer.
Summary: This thing works great, JUST LIKE NEW! I use it mostly for making trails and creating maps. Fast satellite connection and good size viewing screen. Can get awesome downloads as well. Very happy and impressed with the unit so far.
Summary: Pros: Even works well indoors. Shows current in-air satellites. Great software. Extensive CD user manual. Fits well in hand. Cons: Not Mac-Compatible. No written user manual. Cannot download info directly from Geocaching.com.