Products reviews

Lowrance M68C

$394.00 to $526.00



Combining the 256-color technology of the sonar industry and the superior precision of Lowrance GPS units, the M-68c sonar/map gives you all the capabilities of the extreme high-end combo units in a smaller, more affordable package. Features a full 12-parallel channel GPS and WAAS receiver and 40 map ranges from .02 to 4,000 miles with easy zoom. The high-bright 3.5" diagonal TFT active matrix transflective display delivers a wide viewing angle and superb readability in direct sunlight. And, it includes an advanced LED screen and keypad backlighting for night and low-light operation.Minimize

Manufacturer:Lowrance Product MPNKey FeaturesDisplayTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemWarrantyDimensions
MPN3842201200
GPS Type   Marine
Form FactorFixed
Map capabilities   Internal
Enhanced accuracyWAAS enabled
Input Method   Keypad
Receiver Type12 Channels
Display Size3.5 in.
Display Type256 Color LCD TFT Display
Resolutions320 X 240
Marine FeaturesFish Finder, Split Screen, MOB (Man Over Board)
Special Features   Waypoint Icons
Audible Features   Proximity Alarm, Anchor Alarm, Arrival Alarm, Off-Course Alarm, Fish Alarm, Shallow/Deep Alarm
Trip calculator   Trip Timers, Time of sunrise/sunset
AntennaBuilt-in
Number of routes100
Waypoints   1000
Warranty1 Year
Width4.23 in.
Depth3.26 in.
Height6.26 in.


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Pharos Science PSD80

$86.00 to $262.00



The Pharos Pocket GPS Navigator is an excellent navigation solution for your Dell Pocket PC. The package comes with a compact iGPS-SD receiver and the Ostia Smart Navigator software with detailed street-level maps of entire US. It even includes a car charger that powers the GPS while charging your Pocket PC simultaneously. The iGPS-SD receiver is a small, slim and sensitive GPS receiver that plugs in the Pocket PC's SDIO slot. Ostia helps you locate your current position, find a destination or point of interest (POI) and get a route to your destination. Simply activate the GPS navigation program and begin traveling; the automated voice-prompts will tell you when and where to turn. If by chance you go 'off route', the Pocket GPS Navigator will always reroute you to your destination from your current GPS position.Minimize

Manufacturer:Pharos Science Product MPNKey FeaturesTechnical FeaturesOther FeaturesGPS SystemDimensionsMiscellaneous
MPNPSD80
GPS Type   Handheld (Outdoor)
Form FactorPlug-in
Map capabilities   Internal, Download maps
Receiver Type12 Channels
Audible Features   Voice Navigation Instructions
Trip calculator   Real-time Traffic Reports, Points-of-Interest (POI)
Included Software/Maps   City Navigation Maps
PC InterfaceNMEA-0183
Accuisition Time - Cold8 sec
Accuisition Time - Initial Time45 sec
Accuisition Time - Hot60 sec
Max. Horizontal accuracy   PDA Features
Compatible PDA OSPocket PC
Compatible DevicesPocket PC Based PDA
Width1.2 in.
Depth0.55 in.
Height1.3 in.
UPC818948001115


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Garmin Rino 530


No matter where your outdoor activities take you, the Rino® 530 keeps you on track and in touch. Similar to the 520, this rugged, two-way radio with GPS packs a bold color display, 14-mile communication range, and turn-by-turn directions - giving you peace of mind in the great outdoors. Taking it a step further, the Rino 530 adds an electronic compass, barometric altimeter, and NOAA weather receiver, making it a favorite with hikers and climbers.Minimize


Furuno GP37


The new GP37 DGPS/WAAS Navigator is compact in size, yet big on power, features and performance. This waterproof unit is perfect for a wide range of boats. It is equipped with a WAAS and a DGPS receiver as standard supply. It utilizes both WAAS and differential radio beacon correction methods to give you the most accurate position fix available. The GP37 offers extremely accurate position fixes -- 10m for basic GPS, 5m or better with DGPS and 3m or better where WAAS service is available. It should be noted that DGPS is more reliable and accurate, as the WAAS system is still currently under development. There is no guarantee of accuracy, integrity, continuity or availability of the WAAS signal. For that reason, the GP37 runs with DGPS as the default setting in auto selection mode. In this mode, if the DGPS signal can not be received for any reason, the WAAS mode is automatically selected. Manual setting is also available. The display modes include Plotter, two Customizable displays, Steering, Highway and SpeedMinimize


Garmin StreetPilot c530


StreetPilot c530 comes ready to go right out of the box with preloaded City Navigator® NT street maps and a hefty points of interest (POIs) database, including motels, restaurants, fuel, ATMs and more. Simply touch the super-bright sunlight-readable color screen to enter a destination, and the c530 takes you there with 2D or 3D maps and turn-by-turn voice directions. In addition, the c530 accepts custom points of interest (POIs) such as school zones and safety cameras and lets you set proximity alerts to warn you of upcoming POIs.Minimize


Magellan eXplorist 200


For serious outdoor use, the eXplorist series handheld GPS navigation systems are built to cover all requirements. With their tough, impact-resistant, waterproof exterior and their proven Magellan technology inside that packs powerful functionality into an easy-to-use operating system, your outdoor needs will be covered.Minimize