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Recent reviews for this item:
Blind man, January 1, 2011 Great little unit for on the water. It only shows what
direction you are going, but because of this , a used unit
is fairly cheap!!
Once you have marked and labeled a waypoint, and want to
head back to it, it tells you were to turn to keep you on a
stait coarse to your point. It allows you to set the
ammount of waiver off track you want to allow yourself.
By outting multiple marks or waypoints to gether you can
make a route which it will follow forwqad ans
reverse .....NOT TO MANY features, but a great little unit
to have for a fishing boat- by marking where the scool was
when you passed over it,you can hit it time and time again.
With only 100 marks storage,and one route storage this unit
is limited to small fishing trips,and with no bread crum
trail, you must have a compass with youin the boat. It will
tell you at present speed, how long to get there,and how
fast you are going, but without showing the route as a
trail, even though it tells you how to stay on track,I find
its use limited to my boat only. It isn't very good out in
the bush while hunting, without the bread crumb trail.