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I have owned a GPS12 for a couple of years now, I use it mainly to navigate around moors and hillsides in my quest for standing stones, stone circles, wells and crosses. It's easy to see on a map where a target is but out in the field it's difficult to decide exactly where you are. With the GPS12 it will takes you there within a few feet and now SA has been switched off by the US Gov it is even more accurate. The GPS12 allows you to input up to 500 'targets', they call them waypoints, and select which ones to navigate to, either as single waypoints or a route. There is a graphical display and an electronic 'compass' display along with many other features. You can also interact with your home computer using input leads and the appropriate software. It even works well in the car.