MAGELLAN CX0310SGXNA EXPLORIST 310防水ハンドヘルドGPS RECEIVER（CX0310SGXNA） -
- Rugged IPX-7 waterproof GPS receiver, sunlight-readable color screen and high-sensitivity SiRFstarIII GPS. Easy operation with simple main menu, intuitive contextual menus, and vibrant graphics--ready to use right out of the box
- Includes a detailed road network, water features, urban and rural land use, and a realistic shaded relief background
- 18 hours of battery life and power-saving features let you go strong for an entire day without stopping to replace the batteries
- Paperless geocaching lets you download and view more than 20 unique characteristics of each cache, as well as view, search, and filter on the device
explorist 310 GPS受信機は、プリロードされた世界Editionおよびアップロード可能マップ機能を含めて、高解像度のカラー画面、防水設計、ペーパーレスジオキャッシング、および優れたマッピングに不可欠屋外ナビゲーションを提供します。
|星5つ 29% (29%)||29%|
|星4つ 20% (20%)||20%|
|星3つ 12% (12%)||12%|
|星2つ 6% (6%)||6%|
|星1つ 33% (33%)||33%|
ME GUSTA QUE VENGA CON LOS MAPAS INSTALADOS PARA NAVEGAR YA
SE VE BIEN
LÁSTIMA QUE POR MI VISTA CANSADA, NECESITE GAFAS
It def. takes some getting used to compared to my gps app on my iphone4s and if I didn't have the battery issues I probably would have just continued using my phone and not bought this device at all. The little cursor button in the middle is also a little tricky to use when scrolling because if you push too hard it reads your movement as a "click" and opens whatever menu you were scrolling over at the time. If I had the money I probably would have opted for a touch screen gps instead. Also, the satellite tracking can be somewhat delayed at times. I once used it in an area about 20mi from my house and it said I was still at my house instead of my actual current location.
All in all it's not a bad purchase (clearly, since I decided not to exchange for something else), and it's a good price for a starter gps.
Really solid so I think it will bear some beating as my fumbling three year old can attest to.
Able to download searches from Geocache websites so you can add 100's of caches quickly.
You can look at sites on a map or a list, depending on what works best for you.
Any information about caches that you can access online can also be accessed on this device also.
Tracks which caches are closest on the GPS screen as you walk around, which sometimes leads to unexpected finds.
Only reason it does not get a five star is that there are some aspects (screen, controls) that other GPS's do a better job of, but then they also cost more.
Definitely worth the $100 .
I am able to get this info without it being too complicated. The unit will also be used to create a map of our deer stands. This will be far more accurate than my handmade map.
There are many more features that I have not yet tried. But I feel the directions (I went to the website and printed off the pages and put them in a 3-ring binder) are straight forward enough that I will understand them when the time comes. It is capable of doing much more than I had in mind. My reason for not giving it a 5-star review is simply because I haven't had it long enough to explore all of the features.
I wanted a relatively cheap GPS that primarily supports paperless geocaching as well as tracking the fitness activities I do.
Using the Vantage software from the Magellan website I was able to load pocket queries into my GPS for thousands of geocaches. At the press of a button I can clearly see what geocaches are my area.
I can also track my travels easily and transfer my tracks to my PC using the cable supplied. The connection process is pretty simple.
The default maps on the GPS came with all the streets and parks in my area - which is excellent.
You should get the latest firmware using the Magellan site which doesn't take long and you might want to change the default settings to how you like them - such as 'North' being at the top of the map.
Cons are minor.
Like most GPS devices it can take a while from switching on to get a satellite lock.
It's also battery hungry and the battery indicator isn't always reliable - you can think you've got plenty of power left on the power indicator before it suddenly drops right down and the GPS continually cuts out on you.
But I think these are minor issues you can work around.
I would recommend this GPS (Explorer 310) to others as it is excellent value for the price.