Garmin eTrex Camo Reviews
Product Type: Garmin in GPS Navigation
Description:Model ID 016629 / Garmin eTrex Camo - GPS receiver - hiking / Concealed beneath the new sportsman-friendly pattern is a compact, waterproof handheld GPS - among the smallest on the market. This personal navigator is packed with all of the features of the original eTrex, plus a ... more
Garmin eTrex Camo ... hunting and fishing calculator that provides optimal times of day to plan your sporting excursions.
The eTrex offers easy, one-hand operation with buttons located on each side; logical operations, using four information pages; proven 12-channel GPS performance; long battery life (22 hours on two AA batteries); storage for up to 500 waypoints, including 30 user-configurable icons from which to choose; and Garmin's patented TracBack technology to find your way back to your starting point.
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