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Ordnance Survey Velo GPS

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The Velo GPS from Ordnance Survey is an easy to mount GPS mapping device that can be attached on any bike. Velo is lightweight and designed to be tough and rugged while you are on an adventure and can handle all different kinds of weather and climates. With advanced GPS navigation and performance tracking, it is the ideal device for any active cyclist who likes to go off-road.

Whether going for a bike ride in unexplored lands or simply want to plan a day route with friends and family, you need a GPS that is both reliable and accurate. Combine the mapping knowledge of Ordnance Survey and state of the art technologies and you get the Velo GPS so even if you don't know where you are going, you'll know where you are.

  • Maps:
    • Basemap (OS 1:250K full GB coverage)
    • 6 free 1:25K OS map tiles (1:25K & 1:50K OS map tiles available)
    • Unlimted waypoints, routes & tracks
  • Display: 3" Transflective touchscreen, 240 x 400 pixels
  • GPS receiver, 3-axis compass, Barometric altimeter, Accelerometer, GPRS communication
  • FullConnect
  • Connectivity: Ant+ & Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), Wi-Fi enabled
  • SeeMe
  • Performance tracking
  • Battery: Rechargeable Li-ion
  • Battery life: 10 hrs
  • Built-in Memory: 16GB
  • IP67 water & dust resistant
  • Extreme temperature resistant (-10° to +60°C)
  • Dimensions: 105 x 60 x 16mm
    • With QuickLock: 105 x 60 x 20mm
  • Weight: 110g
Product Code: EA114207

Ordnance Survey, Great Britain’s national mapping agency, has a history dating back over 220 years. Recognised as the world’s best, they’re at the heart of every outdoor activity through their paper maps, online route planning and mobile apps.

 

Their maps span the whole country, and they’ve just launched the next generation versions of Explorer and Landranger maps, which all come with mobile downloads of the map sheet for extra back-up and pinpoint accuracy when you’re out exploring.

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