EXPIRED Garmin e-Trex GPS £53.99 Blacks (+ £4.98 delivery under £70). - HotUKDeals
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Use the 'next10' voucher for this price.
Possible Quidco 10%
Free delivery if you buy two!
Note that this is not the current 'H' version with the more sensitive GPS receiver but this older model has worked well for me.

*UPDATE - I received H version units!*

Including 12 channels, 500 waypoints and up to 10 saved tracks, this best-selling navigational GPS system has a whole host of functions to help keep you on the right track. With this e-Trex system you can find exactly where you are heading, within 15 metres, in a matter of seconds. This top-quality GPS allows you to store up to 500 waypoints, transfer tracks and data, mark progress and is compatible with PC (cable not included).

* 12 channels, accurate to within 15 metres
* 10 saved tracks
* 1536 trackpoints
* WAAS/EGNOS enabled
* Calculates current and average speed, time of sunrise/sunset and trip distance
* Can connect to a PC for easy transfer of tracks and waypoints (separate cable required)
* Waterproof - submersible to 1 metre
* Requires two AA batteries, giving up to 22 hours' life
* Size 5.1x3x11.2cm
* Weight 150g
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#1
Note that if you want to connect one of these to your pc, first check out the cost of the cable and if your pc doesn't have a serial port, the cost of a USB to serial adaptor.
#2
doberman
Note that if you want to connect one of these to your pc, first check out the cost of the cable and if your pc doesn't have a serial port, the cost of a USB to serial adaptor.


Integrated USB cables are available for £13.20 delivered (have been cheaper) from a certain auction site - but these are not needed unless you are intending to plan routes etc. using the PC. Recommended seller 'calnorth1945'.
#3
how do these compare to the H version? Would this be ok for geocaching?
#4
cobcoaler
how do these compare to the H version? Would this be ok for geocaching?


Almost identical except for the GPS sensitivity, Slightly better battery life than the newer model as a consequence. If you take a few minutes to ensure that the unit has fixed its position when you start this one will not let you down. If you are really impatient get the 'H' from Amazon.

These work with 10 digit grid references and fairly good accuracy. OK for geo caching if you don't want to spend too much. Garmin describe as 'geo cache friendly' their more expensive models than support 'paperless' geo caching where all of the descriptive detail may be transferred to the handheld unit but you would have to pay much more than twice as much for that functionality.

The basic model is a good starting point - easier to use than more complex and expensive versions and the battery life is a real advantage,
#5
You may not be so lucky - but I received the new H version of this unit.

Absolute bargain price with 10% code and (hopefully) 10% Quidco...

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