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NOW: £168.00 RRP: £210.00

NOW: £168.00 RRP: £210.00

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The eTrex 30 is ideal for the keen user looking for a great value compact GPS unit that has added features for mountain use.

With a colour screen, it has a paperless geocaching feature that can store descriptions, ratings and recent log info directly onto the device. In addition the high sensitivity GPS receiver with HotFix ensures quick satellite lock and the ruggedized body is fully waterproof. A 3-Axis digital compass is included, as is a barometric altimeter. A micro SD card slot allows for adding optional mapping and it has a customisable dashboard for convenience. Preloaded with recreational Topo UK and Ireland Light mapping.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 142g (including 2 x AA batteries, not included)
  • Dimensions: 5.4 x 10.3 x 3.3cm
  • Display size: 3.5 x 4.4cm
  • 1.7GB internal memory with microSD card slot
  • 2000 waypoints/200 routes/200 saved tracks
  • Built in digital compass and barometric altimeter
  • Worldwide base map and preloaded TOPO UK and Ireland mapping
  • 65K colour screen
  • Ideal for geocaching
  • Full Speed USB (cable supplied)
  • Wireless data transfer with similar units
  • Up to 25 hours battery life
  • IPX7 waterproof
  • Garmin Connect compatible

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Reviewed By Howard, 12 Jun 2014

Bought one of these about 18 months ago for the Scout troop to get into geocaching. Its a rugged beast and has taken a battering over the last year, out in all weathers and it has seen it fair share of mud! We loaded it with the free OpenStreetMap which is more than adequate and has every footpath and road that we have ever needed or followed on it. We also import our OS Getamap routes straight into it along with geocache data for our proposed route(s). The build and simplicity of the unit really is outstanding. I am that impressed with it I have just ordered my own one.



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