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Etrex 10 Worldwide Handheld GPS Navigator
The eTrex 10 makes a great choice in handheld navigation for the budget savvy outdoor enthusiast. This eTrex model is equipped with a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, a 2.2-inch monochrome display, and a worldwide basemap making it easier than ever to see where you are and where you have been. Garmin Connect compatible (online community where you ...
GARMINEtrex 10 Worldwide Handheld GPS Navigator
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Etrex 10 Worldwide Handheld GPS Navigator

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Batteries
1 CR2 batteries required.
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GARMIN
MSRP
BCD393
Description

The eTrex 10 makes a great choice in handheld navigation for the budget savvy outdoor enthusiast. This eTrex model is equipped with a high-sensitivity GPS receiver, a 2.2-inch monochrome display, and a worldwide basemap making it easier than ever to see where you are and where you have been. Garmin Connect compatible (online community where you analyze, categorize and share data)

  • Rugged handheld navigator with preloaded worldwide basemap and 2.2-inch monochrome display
  • WAAS-enabled GPS receiver with HotFix and GLONASS support for fast positioning and a reliable signal
  • Waterproof to IPX 7 standards for protection against splashes, rain, etc.
  • Support for paperless geocaching and Garmin spine-mounting accessories. Power with two AA batteries for up to 20 hours of use (best with Polaroid AA batteries)
  • See high and low elevation points or store waypoints along a track (start, finish and high/low altitude) to estimate time and distance between points
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Still great after almost four years!
by Valued Customer on August 06, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Desperate for an inexpensive GPS unit, I bought this late in 2014. At first, its logic took some getting used to, for the track record is always on, and you have to clear the active track to start a new one. Not a big deal, because of course you can save the track before deleting it. Also, the ""back"" button seems to be the simplest way to move through menus. This unit replaced a series of an older inexpensive Garmin model, which lived up to their reputation of failing every two years or so, though they were fine up to the failure point.Anyway, after almost four years of extensive use and the occasional drop, my eTrex 10 is still getting the job done really well. The display is old-style plain, not for everyone, but this translates into superb battery life. I can run it all day on a fresh pair of rechargeable AA's without any fear of data loss.The accuracy of handheld GPS units is hard to pin down-smoke and mirrors, but this one certainly does the job for road logs and hiking records. Sensitivity is excellent and it doesn't take long to find satellites.Downloading tracks is easy and dependable, something I can't say for my old Garmin Forerunner 305 wrist GPS. When connected to a USB port, the eTrex 10's track and waypoint data appear in a virtual drive folder, for easy copy or upload to GPS software.All I want from a GPS device is reliable information on where I am and where I've been, for I depend on mapping software to deliver actual graphics. Users who want better mapping support from the unit itself would find the eTrex graphics too limited. Also, I don't go after geocaches and can't evaluate the unit for that. But the eTrex 10 is just fine for locating myself in trackless woods, for providing a work record of where I've been, and for keeping track of my auto travel details.I did have one tense moment when, for failture of housekeeping, the track memory became so full that there didn't seem to be enough left to run the track deletion sequence. Can't remember how I got around that; maybe by starting with the smallest tracks. Didn't want to do a complete reset because there was some information I had not downloaded.

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Easy to use
by Valued Customer on August 04, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Easy to use. Function great

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Very Basic but it works great.
by Valued Customer on August 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Very Basic but it works great. I tried a more high tech magellan first and was very disappointing. I returned the Magellan to Amazon and I got this one instead and love it. Never hike with out it!

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Very Useful Tool
by Valued Customer on July 02, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Great for running transects, finding your next shovel test and delineating sites (contract archaeology). I got this GPS because most of the people I work with had one and it's durable and waterproof.

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but this gps does exactly what we need it to do and is very reliable and relatively easy on battery life
by Valued Customer on July 01, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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It's a shame that the colored screen costs almost $100 more, but this gps does exactly what we need it to do and is very reliable and relatively easy on battery life. This will hook up to the computer for easy transfer of geocaches from the web to the instrument. GREAT PURCHASE!

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great product. control stick somewhat difficult to
by Valued Customer on June 18, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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For the price, great product. control stick somewhat difficult to control

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Very basic
by Valued Customer on June 15, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Well. we bought this for teenage son who was convinced this is exactly what he wanted. After using it for about a week, and then seeing the Garmin 64 GPS series, he decided this wasn't at all what he wanted, the 64's were way better. What didn't he like about this one? The etrex compass only works when you're moving. If you stand still, and turn in a circle, the compass freezes. The 64st has a magnetic compass which is always adjusting itself. This one is super basic, black and white, no preloaded maps at all. Basically most of the time you just have a blank screen with a line where you've walked. The 64st has maps and roads and trails, and topo maps!, so you have a much better idea where you are in relation to anything else. The controls on this are very basic, one tiny joystick knob, which he thought was okay. The battery life on this is great. I guess it doesn't take too much energy to be an ultrabasic GPS! Hooray for long-life-battery-use! We did use it for geocaching, and you can load caches into it, but again, it's just very basic. If that's all you want, fine. If you want maps and decent graphics, I'd recommend a more expensive model.

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Five Stars
by Valued Customer on June 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Gets the jobe done.

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Simple unit for those of us who only need the basics
by Valued Customer on June 12, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I'm a simple guy, with simple desires. One is to not get lost while out in the thick of it. Been there, done that, don't recommend it.I'm also not looking to spend a lot on helping to prevent that situation again, so I did a quick search and came up with this unit. It doesn't do a lot and I don't need it to. Mark the camp, go for a hike, peace of mind that camp is ""over there"". See something cool, mark that too, find that cool thing again in the future.It does other things, mimics my trail, but I haven't fully played around with everything. I only care about that one thing and it does that one thing well.

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Great price
by Valued Customer on June 09, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Purchased as a replacement great deal fast shipping

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Works good
by Valued Customer on June 03, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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Its what you would expect for a lower price GPS. I pretty much use it for the snail trail

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but I am not that impressed and knowing what it provides I wouldn't recommend it unless you just plan to use the trip
by Valued Customer on May 25, 2018
 
 
 
 
 
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I have used this across the United States for a little over a year. First off, I would say it would be completely irresponsible to try to navigate only using this device on its own. I carry this as a supplement to a paper map. I mainly use it to for its trip computer capabilities, in that it tells me my speed and distance traveled which is valuable in predicting timing of arrival and helps with navigating via map. I use the waypoint function as a back-tracking route in case of emergency but thankfully I haven't actually had to backtrack out.I think Garmin is a company that does not support their customers after the purchase. I read a lot of reviews before purchasing and people all over the web can't seem to figure this GPS out. The user manual you receive with it, tells you how to put batteries in it but provides no in-depth description of the functions provided by the device.While this is supposed to be an entry level GPS, I think most entry level customers will find it confusing and not helpful on the trail. I will continue to carry it until it breaks, but I am not that impressed and knowing what it provides I wouldn't recommend it unless you just plan to use the trip computer and some primitive waypoint features. At its current price, I just don't see any really value in what it provides. I certainly won't be in the market for another Garmin product for a while.

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